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7615 Micro Dosing UnitBrand: Burkert Fluid Control Systems
Burkert’s Micro Dosing Unit has been designed for precise dosing applications in the microliter range. It combines high dosing accuracy and precision with excellent chemical inertness.
The unit is comprised of three valves which can be opened simultaneously for flushing. Active inlet and outlet valves enable the device to pump liquid in two directions. This feature can be used to mix fluids inside a tube or channel or to constantly keep them in motion.
Reagents can be sucked back from the dispensing tip to prevent drying out after dosing. The integrated heating function heats up the valves and the media, and the unit comes along with dry running capabilities.
- Repetition: ± 2 % - at 20° C (68° F) Ambient Temperature, Medium Degassed DI Water, 5 Hz, No Back Pressure
- Repetition: ± 2.5 %
- Repetition: ± 5 %
Ambient Temperature Range
- 10° to 55° C (50° to 131° F) - for Lower Temperature the Unit Can be Electrically Preheated
- Analytical & Biomedical Applications
- Dosing Applications in Medical
- Lubricant Dosing
- Pipetting of Liquids
- Replacement of Syringe Pumps
- Water Analysis
- Power (Short Term): 5 W
- Power: 11 W
- Polyphenylene Sulfide (PPS)
- 100 % Duty Cycle
- Molex Plug
Enclosure, Body Material
- Pump (Frequency Mode): 5 to 40 Hz
Materials of Construction
- Ground Plate: Stainless Steel
- Sub-Base Plate, Threaded Plate UNF 1/4”- 28”: PEEK
- Neutral & Aggressive Liquids
- Outlet (Relative Pressure) - psi: 14.5 (kPa: 100, bar: 1) - Max.
- EPDM: 5° to 60° C (41° to 140° F) - for Lower Temperature the Unit Can be Electrically Preheated
- FFKM: 15° to 60° C (59° to 140° F)
- Length of Voltage Impulse (Impulse Mode): > 120 milliseconds
- Stainless Steel
Seat / Seal Material
- Seal: EPDM
- Seal: FFKM
- Rotary Switches
- Voltage: ± 10 %
- 1/4”-28 UNF
- < 250 mm²/sec, Max.
- 12 Vdc
- 24 Vdc
- Dosing applications in medical, analytical and biomedical applications
- Replacement of syringe pumps
- Pipetting of liquids
- Water analysis
- Lubricant dosing