This piezoelectric disc pump offers the ability to generate high pressures from a small, controllable, and non-pulsatile pump – opening up exciting opportunities in microfluidics through pressure driven flow. The disc pumps combine silent operation, pulsation-free flow, millisecond response, and high precision in a compact form factor, for airflow control of gases. The HP Series Disc Pump can be mounted as a Smart Pump Module that includes integrated drive electronics and pressure sensing.
|Free Flow Rate
|-400 mbar to 600 mbar
|41°F to 104°F (5°C to 40°C)
|Less Than 0.1%
|Ultra-fast Millisecond Response
|Less Than 3 μm
|29 mm Diameter
|0 to 95% RH
|Lead zirconium titanium oxide
All disc pumps are RoHS compliant.
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You can be up and running one of our disc pumps in a matter of minutes with the ‘plug and play’ functionality of our Evaluation Kits.
Alongside this, our extensive resources and literature – User Manuals and Application Notes – guide you from initial set-up, to using the disc pumps for in-situ applications. Our Frequently Asked Questions covers any further information you may need.
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The Lee Company has developed the Lohm Laws for defining and measuring resistance to fluid flow. The Lohm is defined such that 1 Lohm will flow 100 GPM of water with a pressure drop of 25 psi at a temperature of 80°F.