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Sensortechnics distributes Miniature Liquid and Pneumatic Diaphragm Pumps from Hargraves Technology Corporation

Sensortechnics GmbH expands its product portfolio of fluidic control devices as Certified Distributor of miniature liquid and pneumatic diaphragm pumps from the Hargraves Technology Corporation. As a leading supplier of high quality sensors, actuators and custom sensor designs as well as integrated sensing and fluidic control systems these new products add to the existing range for OEM device manufacturers in the medical, analytical, laboratory and instrumentation market.

Hargraves' miniature diaphragm pumps dispense precise amounts of gases and liquids which are completely isolated from the internal pump components. The air and gas pumps of the BTC, BTC-IIS and CTS series feature reduced noise levels and are highly efficient. The dual head pumps of this family deliver flow rates up to 11 l/min air and achieve pressures up to 1.4 bar (20 psi) and vacuum to 680 mbar (20 inHg). The liquid pumps of the LTC series offer high media compatibility with many aggressive fluids and very durable diaphragms from advanced proprietary elastomer materials. LTC miniature pumps deliver flow rates up to 650 ml/min water and achieve pressures up to 2 bar (30 psi). All Hargraves pumps feature low power consumption, optimised flow paths and excellent gas tightness. Due to superior brushless motor designs and selected materials these pumps allow very long service-free operation and extended overall life times.

Sensortechnics' complete product range includes pressure, level, flow, oxygen and force sensors as well as ultrasonic air bubble, air-in-line and fluid monitoring detectors. The fluid control portfolio includes miniature solenoid valves, miniature diaphragm pumps and electronic pressure controllers.

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March 2010

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