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Peristaltic pumps are used in laboratory applications to move fluids in a precise and consistent manner. These pumps use a positive displacement mechanism, where fluid is pumped through a tube by the squeezing and releasing action of a series of rollers or compression elements. The fluid is drawn into the pump head by the vacuum created as the rollers move along the tube, and then expelled through the outlet as the rollers compress the tube. This process is continuous and generates a smooth, pulsation-free flow of fluid, which is especially important when handling delicate or sensitive materials. Peristaltic pumps are widely used in research and industry for a variety of applications, including chemical processing, pharmaceutical manufacturing, and biotechnology. They are particularly useful for transporting high volumes of fluid easily, and with a wide range of flow rates, making them an essential tool for many laboratory processes. The peristaltic pumps listed below from Heidolph are ideal for high volumes that need to be transported easily, with a variety of flow rates. Select from a peristaltic pump below to learn more or contact us today for details and a proposal.