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FZ10 ODM Peristatlic Pump

Lead Fluid FZ10 pump head flow range 0.01~43ml/min, suitable for wall thickness 0.8~1mm, ID≤3.17mm Silicone, Pharmed etc. material tube.

Flow: 0.01-43 mL/min
Max: 1 Channel


Shell of pump head adopts PPS material, roller adoptes PVDF material. It has excellent chemical corrosion resistance and high temperature resistance.
Clamshell design,change the tube convenient,simple operation.
Compact structure, small size, beautiful appearance.
Matching 42 stepper motor,convenient installation,noise is small, suitable for micro flow transmission, easy to use in OEM.

Pump Head Material

Shell             PPS
Roller           PVDF


Flow range0.01~43ml/min
Speed range0.1~100rpm
Tube sizeWall thickness 0.8~1mm, ID≤3.17mm
Tubing MethodWhole Tube(pipe clamp fixed)
Clearance AdjustmentFixed clearance
Motor42 stepper motor
Transmission Pressure≤0.1MPa
Working enviromentTemperature 0~40℃,relative humidity<80%
Pump head dimension69.5×58×24.5mm

Flow Rate Parameters

Tube material:                                                                                  Silicone, Pharmed Wall thickness 0.86~1mm

ID (mm)11.5222.793
mL/min(continuous working max 100rpm)612303543

★  Above flow parameters are obtained by transferring pure water under room temperature and pressure, in actually using it is effected by specific factors such as pressure, medium etc. Above for referenct only.

Motor Specification

42 Stepper Motorspeed 0.1-100rpm
step angle 1.8° \phase 2 \phase voltage 6.44V \phase current 0.7A \ phase resistance 9.2Ω±10% \phase inductor 16mH±20%

FZ10 Dimension


Tube life comparison table

Important tips:
A.For longer tube life, choose thicker wall tube and low speed.
B.For larger flow,choose larger ID tube and in high speed.
C.For higher precision, choose smaller ID tube and medium to high speed
D.For higher suction and back pressure,choose thinner ID and thicker wall tube and low speed.
Statement:The final explanation right of above information belongs to Lead Fluid.


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