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Vivitro Superpump

The Vivitro SuperPump uses digitally controlled hydraulic piston to generate a pulsating output and replicate the volumetric displacement, displacement waveform shape, and beat rate of the heart. This can be used to create physiological cardiac flows for in vitro testing and development of cardiovascular medical devices. 

Pulsatile flow pump I

This in-house designed pump system consists of a numerically controlled piston pump synced with an integrated measurement system to generate positive and negative flows. Flow profile can be customised and it is suitable for applications where accurately controlled and monitored flow profile is needed. e.g. to simulate the human aortic arch pulsatile flow.  

 
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Pulsatile flow pump II

This in-house designed pump system consists of a numerically controlled piston pump synced with an integrated measurement system to generate positive and negative flows. Flow profile can be customised and it is suitable for applications where accurately controlled and monitored flow profile is needed. e.g. to simulate the human aortic arch pulsatile flow.  

Cole-Parmer Syringe Pump

Single syringe

Linear force: 30 lbs

Max flow rate: 88.28 ml/min

Min flow rate: 1.28 picol/min

Max syringe size: 60 ml

Min syringe size: 0.5 microl

 
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Harvard Syringe Pump

Harvard PHD 2000W (Infuse & Withdraw)

Linear force: 50 lbs

Max flow rate: 112 ml/min

Min flow rate: 1.5 microl/hr

Max syringe size: 140 mL

Min syringe size: 0.5 microl

 

Chemyx Dual Syringe Pump

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