HIGH PRESSURE, GLASS TOUCH SCREEN TEMPERATURE & PRESSURE CONTROL
The Fusion 6000-X high-pressure syringe pump is designed for dosing viscous solutions and semi-solid material against pressure with microfluidic pump precision. The Fusion 6000-X temperature control pump has the following unique features: 700 lb linear pushing force, add-on syringe heater, add-on pressure sensor, modular 4 syringe expansion rack, and priming bottoms. These features allow the Fusion 6000-X to increase syringe capacity to four, warming the syringe contents, and with pressure monitoring and control. Priming buttons allow adjusting the plunger’s position easily. The all-glass touch screen and heavy-duty mechanical structure, allow the Fusion 6000-X constant pressure syringe pump to be easy to clean and has high durability for industrial lab environments.
What is the max pressure of the Fusion 6000X syringe pump?
Max pressure depends on:
1)Size of syringe used – the smaller the area of the plunger the higher the pressure that can be generated
2)Viscosity of materials
3)Length of tubing – tubing length contributes to friction that will reduced overall maximum pressure
Theoretical maximum pressures are listed below based on syringe size.
6mL(min) to 300mL(max) stainless steel and plastic syringes.
What syringes are compatible?
Any syringe that will fit into the racks, metal, plastic and glass. However, glass syringes are not recommended due to the excessive force generated on the Fusion high pressure 6000-X syringe pump which can easily crack the plunger or barrel
What are the min and max syringe flow rates?
0.0001 µL/min (with 0.5µL syringe)
408 mL/min (with300mL syringe)
What type of PC control connections are available?
USB, RS232 and TTL Ports – The system communicates to PC’s via ASCII text commands. For help programming the system please see the Chemyx programming SDK link
The Fusion 6000-X high-pressure syringe pumps are designed to deliver highly viscous fluids with extreme precision, providing up to 700lb of linear force at reproducible flow rates via a state-of-the-art micro stepper motor. Easily and effortlessly deliver accurate and precise amounts of fluids for a multitude of applications like syringe pump pressure dosing, fracking R&D, and hydrogenation with this Chemyx syringe pump.
Heating & Pressure Control
The Fusion 6000-X high-pressure syringe pumps allow both heating syringe sleeves and a vacuum transducer pressure sensor to be attached to the system. The versatile Chemyx heated syringe system produces consistent results to reduce temperature and viscosity variations. The pressure monitoring technology and software are able to maintain a user-defined pressure throughout the infusion process.
Heavy Duty Construction
High-tensile-strength, hardened-steel guide mechanisms with machined metal holders are incorporated into the Fusion 6000 -X high-pressure syringe pump to allow for high load operation while still ensuring finely tuned microflow dosing. Chemyx high-viscosity syringe pumps last for years with an equipment value that is hard to match.
Machined metal design
Chemical resistant polypropylene coated screen
Programmable & Intuitive Controls
Intuitive, user-friendly software lets users program and customize flow profiles and offers a robust database of brand-name syringes. Remote computer control capabilities are available on this high-pressure micro pump through USB, TTL, and RS232 communication connections.
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