The Differences Between Laboratory Syringe Pump And Medical Infusion Pump

Laboratory Syringe Pumps

Laboratory syringe pumps are testing equipment for scientific research experiments. Lab syringe pumps are also used in industrial manufacturing processes. The dosing rate is controlled by a step motor inside the syringe pump.

A good example of the laboratory syringe pumps is the Chemyx Fusion 4000 and Chemyx Fusion 6000. Laboratory syringe pumps also have many more functions than infusion only. Infuse and withdrawal, multi-channel syringes, high-pressure dosing are the most popular types. Laboratory syringe pumps can work with different sizes of syringes from 0.0005-200 ml and different materials of syringes include plastic, glass, and stainless steel to meet various applications.

Chemyx Fusion 6000 High Pressure Syringe Pump

Medical Infusion Pumps

Medical infusion pumps are medical equipment that can be directly used at patients for delivery intravenous therapy. An IV infusion pump draws the fluid from a standard bag of intravenous fluid and controls the rate of flow. Because it can use any size bag of intravenous fluid, an infusion pump can change the delivery rate by choosing a different bag size.

Medical Infusion Pump

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