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Syringe Pumps

Syringe pumps (also known as syringe drivers) carefully control fluid delivery during experiments. Single channel syringe pumps can move one syringe at a time, while dual channel syringe pumps control two in tandem. With them, you can control the dispense rates of solutions with a degree of accuracy, repeatability and precision that would be impossible to obtain by hand.

Some benefits of using our laboratory syringe pumps include:

  • High levels of control in both infusion and withdrawal modes at a wide range of flow rates.
  • Easily programmable and can save up to 10 programmes of up to 100 steps. This will allow you to perform complex routines and experiments.
  • Low price but high quality. A precise stepper motor with microstepping technology provides an excellent degree of accuracy and reduces any flow rate fluctuations.

Our syringe pumps can easily integrated with other pieces of equipment. The Ossila Slot Die Coater uses a single syringe pump to supply a precisely control the rate of flow of the solution to the slot die head.

Two models of syringe pump are available: the Ossila Single Syringe Pump and the Ossila Dual Syringe Pump. In addition, if you want use your syringe pump to standardize your thin film coating processes, our spin coating kit offers excellent value. We also sell multiple syringe pump accessories, all of which are available to buy worldwide either online or via our customer support team.

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Single or Double Syringe Pump

Whether you need a double or single syringe pump depends largely on the experiment you are doing.

Single Syringe Pump Dual Syringe Pump
  • Easy to operate
  • Good for simple depostions and reactions
  • Saves space and cost compared to multiple syringe pumps
  • Lower cost compared to multi-channel systems
  • More versatile
  • Two solutions can be handled independently
  • Saves space and cost compared to multiple syringe pumps
  • Able conduct more complex depositions, experiments and flow chemistry
  • Only one solution can be handled at a time
  • Not suitable for more complex experiments
  • More expensive
  • More complex operation and maintenance
Example Applications
  • Dynamic spin coating of single solutions
  • Incorporaton with large area coating techniques i.e. blade coating or doctor coating
  • Simple flow dynamics or fluid adhesion studies
  • Bacterial adhesion, anti-fouling or biofilm studies
  • Spin coating multiple layers or doing anti-solvent quenching
  • Simple chemistry flow experiments and some continuous flow experiments
  • More complex experimental processes involving multiple reagents.

Key Features

There are a wide variety of syringe pumps available on the market. Understanding the key features is critical in making the right choice for your experiment.

Compatible with Wide Range of Syringes

A syringe pump is only as good as the syringes that you can use with it. Our syringe pumps are compatible with many of the leading brands of syringe, but we recommend using Norm-Ject disposable Luer Lock syringes.

Channel Independence

Many syringe pumps only have a single motor to move all the syringes. This means that when one syringe dispenses, all syringes dispense. If you want to use multiple syringes with different pump rates, channel independence (available with our dual pump model) is critical.

Withdrawal and Infusion: Push/pull Syringe Pumps

Our systems clamp the syringe plunger, so that when the motor moves backwards, it can drag the plunger backwards too. This means you can use both of our syringe pumps in withdrawal or infusion mode.

Flow Rate Range

The Ossila syringe pumps have a wide range of adjustable dispense/withdrawal rates so you can choose the speed to suit your syringe and desired flow rate.

Pump Force

In the context of a syringe pump, there is a maximum lateral force that the motor can exert on the syringe plunger. Larger motors tend to be able to produce a higher force. This will allow you to move high viscosity liquids or use smaller diameter pipes.

As an additional safety measure, our single syringe pump and dual syringe pump offer force control so that you can set a maximum allowed force. This is particularly useful when you need to protect delicate syringes such as those made from glass or plastic.

Resources and Support

What is a Syringe Pump? What is a Syringe Pump?

Syringe pumps, or syringe drivers, are motorised devices that accurately control the movement of a fluid from a syringe by mechanically inserting or retracting the plunger. Syringe pumps feature stepper motors which can accurately move a platform attached to the plunger of a syringe.

How do Syringe Pumps Work? How do Syringe Pumps Work?

Syringe pumps are electromechanical devices which are designed to convert rotational motion to linear motion. This linear motion can then be used to drive the plunger of a syringe and deliver a precise amount of solution.

How To Set Up and Use The Ossila Syringe Pump How To Set Up and Use The Ossila Syringe Pump

With no external dependencies, the Ossila Syringe Pump is quick and easy to set up and use.

Syringe Pump Accuracy and Precision Syringe Pump Accuracy and Precision

Syringe pumps provide precise control over the movement and delivery of fluids and can be incorporated into a wide range of experimental setups to ensure that any work done is reproducible and accurate.

Syringe Pump Troubleshooting Syringe Pump Troubleshooting

When auto dispensing solvents, droplets are sometimes dispensed after the syringe pump has stopped. The cause of solution dripping can be due to several factors.

Spin Coating: Complete Guide to Theory and Techniques Spin Coating: Complete Guide to Theory and Techniques

When auto dispensing solvents, droplets are sometimes dispensed after the syringe pump has stopped. The cause of solution dripping can be due to several factors.

Perovskites and Perovskite Solar Cells: An Introduction Perovskites and Perovskite Solar Cells: An Introduction

The rapid improvement of perovskite solar cells has made them the rising star of the photovoltaics world and of huge interest to the academic community.

Syringe Pump User Manual Syringe Pump User Manual

Ossila's Syringe Pump has been designed to move volumes of fluids accurately and repeatedly at specified rates. User manual for single and dual models.

Syringe Pump Stepper Motors Microstepping Technology in Syringe Pumps

Syringe pumps have become a critical tool in a wide variety of research fields, ranging from chemical analysis to drug development. However, the need for even greater precision and accuracy has resulted in the implementation of advanced controller technology.

Syringe Pump User Manual Displacement vs. Pressure Controlled Syringe Pump

When selecting a syringe pump for your application, one key factor to consider is the pump's operating principle. Do you need a pressure or displacement syringe pump?

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