C&l Electric

Masterflex C/L Peristaltic Pump (dual pump)


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Manhattan,KS,USA
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Item specifics
  • Brand:
    Masterflex
  • Model:
    C/L
  • Application:
    Lab
  • Type:
    Peristaltic
  • Country/Region of Manufacture:
    United States
  • Power Source:
    Electric

Contamination-free two-channel pumping in a compact format—ideal for analyzer, flow cell, and perfusion applications
  • Flow range: 0.002 to 12.3 mL/min per channel depending on drive rpm and tubing size
  • One- or two-channel, reversible pumping
  • Stackable, compact 1/4-DIN housing—mount in your equipment rack or place on your lab bench. (To mount, order brackets 77120-03 separately).
  • Separate single-turn speed control and cw/off/ccw switch with green LED power indicator—maintain speed setting when you turn pump on/off or reverse direction.
  • Reversible permanent magnet DC motor; purge fluid before or after pumping; pump fluid in either direction.
  • Remote control connections on back of pump; start/stop pump with a contact closure.
  • “Max” button runs pump at maximum rpm—prime or rapidly flush tubing.
  • Pump head is constructed from polyphenylene sulfide (PPS), stainless steel (SS), and features acetal co-polymer rollers. PPS and SS promote longer life and the six roller construction provides a low-pulsation flow.
  • Pump head has average fixed occlusion for tubing; no need to adjust occlusion when changing tubing.
C/L pumps are compact (1⁄4 DIN) and perfect for low-flow OEM use or analyzer applications. These easy-to-use, economical pumps feature reversible pumping, remote control capabilities, and rapid tubing changes. Ideal for consistent fluid delivery in chromatography, spectroscopy, and dispensing applications.
Maximum suction lift of 5 ft (1.5 m); max discharge head of 20 ft (6.1 m); max pressure 15 psi (1.0 bar). Selfpriming pumps withstand minor back pressure.

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