Achieving Pulseless Flow in a Peristaltic Pump

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Peristaltic Hose Pumps

The Easy Steps To Reduce Pulsation for Peristaltic Hose Pumps

Global Pumps are one of Australia’s leading suppliers of Peristaltic Pumps, holding stock in Adelaide and delivering throughout the whole of Australia. 

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A Peristaltic Pump is able to pump a wide range of different fluids; it is a positive displacement pump where the fluid is contained within flexible tube or hose, which is housed within a circular shaped casing.  You can watch a video here on how peristaltic hose pumps work

If you are looking to achieve a pulseless flow in a peristaltic pump, you will require a pulsation dampener. Pulsation dampeners will take out up to 90% of the pulse. There are other ways to reduce the pulse without buying a pulsation dampener and these include:

  • Increasing the size of your suction and discharge line
  • Installing expanding joints or rubber bellows
  • Installing flexible pipe work

The above will not completely remove the pulse but it will help reduce it. If pulsation is an issue to your system, we would recommend using a pulsation dampener.

Contact one of the team at Global Pumps to discuss how we can help you to achieve a pulseless flow with your peristaltic hose pump.

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