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Inductive Pump

Inductive Pump technology is based on a magnetically driven Fluorocarbon coated piston floating inside a Fluorocarbon sleeve. The sleeve forms a compression fitting with the check valves at either end. The technology is simple in its execution. There are no gaskets or seals linking external motors to the internal piston. Both ends of the piston are used for pumping and suctioning alternately. This can greatly reduce pulsatile flow at higher pumping rates.

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