The hand operated peristaltic pump is used for water sampling, or pumping 0 - 1000 ml/min. This pump has a suction head up to 9.5 metres.
The hand-operated peristaltic pump is a very reliable apparatus that is used for pumping of gasses and fluids. This pump is a simple, but very durable, peristaltic pump with three pressure rollers. The bearings of the drive shaft and the pressure rollers are water resistant.
The pump can deliver a pump pressure of 3 bar, which makes it suitable for use with in-line filters, and an underpressure maximum of 1 bar. It is a self-priming pump. Even when the pump is out of use, the pump tube is completely pressed by at least one roller. Fluid and gas cannot flow back.
Using the hand-operated peristaltic pump, water can be pumped from a depth of up to 9.5 metres. A 6 x 10 millimetres silicon tube is most suitable for groundwater sampling which is often used with 6 x 8 millimetres per tube.
The hand-operated peristaltic pump is fitted with a handle with bearings that operates very light. The stainless-steel monopod stand has been fitted with a press-down rim that allows you to press the stand into the soil easily for support. Please note that the hand-operated peristaltic pump is not suitable for purging.
|Peristaltic pump - hand operated|
|Fit for silt loaden water||Yes|
|Maximum pumping capacity||1 l/min|
|Maximum sample depth||9 m|
|Sample diameter||4 mm|
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