Peristaltic Pump Manufacturers
Looking for a peristaltic pump manufacturer?
Peristaltic pumps are used in applications where cross contamination of fluids can’t occur, or where the fluids are aggressive or potentially dangerous. Connecting with the right supplier is important to ensure that you have the right pump for your application. The challenge is finding the right pump manufacturer, and PumpScout can help.
We have listed a few quality peristaltic pump manufacturers below, but you can also use the search module to the right of this page to connect with additional pump suppliers, including local distributors.
More information about peristaltic pumps:
Peristaltic pumps are a positive displacement technology where the fluid being pumped does not come into contact with the pump. This makes them ideal for pumping fluids that either need to be sterile or can’t come into direct contact with the air.
There are two main parts inside of a peristaltic pump: the tube and the rotor. The tube is made of chemical-resistant material and is positioned along the outer wall of the circular pump chamber. The rotor sits in the middle of the pump chamber and moves in a circular motion.
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