Quattroflow QF150SU

Quaternary single use pharmaceutical pumps with flowrate 1 to 180 lph

Quattroflow QF150SU Single Use pharmaceutical pump for low flowrates with disposable pumpchamber. 

The QF150SU single use pump is designed to deliver a constant flow with low pulsation for low flowrates. The QF150SU can pump with a flowrate of 1 liter per hour and pumps 180 liters every hour at max capacity. The ideal pump for R&D and processes in development. The pump can run dry without risk and the four-piston system ensures low pulsation and self-priming. The single use pump chamber of the pump is easy and quick to replace. 

Features and benefits

  • Very low pulsation and a constant flow
  • New version with 90W motor
  • Integrated control
  • Digital key pad for manual operation
  • portable format and low in weight
  • Q-Control available
 

Technische informatie

Max temp. 

  • Fluid: 60°C 
  • Autoclave: 130°C 
Max pressure

4 bar

Connection Tri-Clamp (1/4")
Material
  • Pump housing: PP
  • Valve plate: PP
  • Diaphragms: TPE
  • Valves: EPDM
  • O-rings: EPDM
Eccentric shaft°
Certificates (standard) 3.1 material, FDA, USP Class VI
 

Single use diaphragm pumps from Quattroflow

Single-Use diaphragm pumps have got a disposable product wetted chamber constructed from solid polypropylene (PP) or injection-molded polyethylene (PE) that can be replaced as a complete unit. The simple disposability of the pump chamber saves time and money by eliminating cleaning validation, sterilization and product cross-contamination. The single use pumps are self-priming and can be run dry. An exchange kit is available to retrofit a multi use pump into a single use pump. 

Single-Use pumps are critical to reduce equipment turnaround times in (bio)pharmaceutical processes. In general, multi-product facilities are the typical field of application of the Single-Use pumps (e.g. process development, production of clinical reference samples, contract manufacturing).

pdfDatasheet Quattroflow QF150SU
English - 1,04 MB - rev. QTF150SU @2014