Syringe Pump

Syringe pump generally consists of a drum that is attached to a piston. The piston is operated by a motor through a drive screw or worm gear which helps in pushing the plunger of the syringe in or out resulting in a smooth flow. The syringe is engaged on a clamp on the frame and the plunger of the syringe is displaced by movement of the drum. Most of the syringe pump can work with different syringes of different diameters, but the diameter has to be entered in the beginning to make sure correct volume is dispensed.

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