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Watson-Marlow Fluid Technology Group

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Contact: Doreen Goodrich
Title: Marketing Communications Manager
Phone: 978-988-5309
Toll Free: 800-282-8823

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Watson-Marlow Fluid Technology Group
37 Upton Technology Park
Wilmington MA 01887
United States
Watson-Marlow is the world leader in peristaltic pumping solutions. For over 50 years they have been solving fluid handling problems using state-of-the-art pumping technology. Our pumps deliver the best combination of pump and drive technology meeting the accuracy and control demands for tough applications

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Accurate Pump for Ceramic Slip

Bredel hose pumps eliminate the all too familiar problem of pumping ceramic slip in the ceramics industry. Slip consistency must be maintained at correct levels for production efficiency and
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Peristaltic Pump for Single-use Systems

With development based on extensive feedback from customers, Watson-Marlow Pumps Group has launched its 120 cased peristaltic pump range. The 120 pumps are perfectly suited to single-use systems where no contamination can be accepted.
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Chemical Metering Pumps

Watson-Marlow Pumps Group's new Qdos 60 chemical metering pumps expand the Qdos range to incorporate flow rates from 0.001 to 15 GPH at 100psi and is designed to reduce chemical metering costs compared to conventional solenoid or stepper-driven diaphragm metering pumps.
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Peristaltic Metering Pump

Watson-Marlow Pumps Group's Qdos 60 peristaltic metering pump is designed to reduce chemical metering costs compared to conventional solenoid or stepper-driven diaphragm metering pumps.
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A peristaltic pump for chemical metering nixes valve maintenance

Watson-Marlow says its Qdos 30 pump range, introduced this June, is the first peristaltic pump specified for chemical-metering applications. The pump is said to deliver accurate, linear and repeatable flow performance from 0.0002 to 8.0 gallons per hour (GPH) at 100 PSI. There are no seals or valves in the flow path to clog, leak or corrode.
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