12.23 Hand-Operated Peristaltic Pump
Water , Water Sampling

The hand-operated peristaltic pump is a very reliable apparatus that is used for pumping of gasses and fluids. The pump used is a simple, but very durable, peristaltic pump with three pressure rollers. The bearings of the drive shaft and the pressure rollers are waterresistant. The pump can deliver a pump pressure of 3 bar (thus also suitable for use with in-line filters) and an underpressure maximum of 1 bar. It is a selfpriming pump. Even when the pump is out of use the pump tube is completely pressed by at least one roller. Fluid and gas can not flow back. Using the hand-operated peristaltic pump water can be pumped from a depth of up to 9.5 meter. The hand-operated peristaltic pump is fitted with a handle with bearings that  operates very light. The stainless steel monopod stand has been fitted with a press-down rim that allows you to press the stand into the soil easily for support. A 6 x 10 mm silicon tube is most suitable for groundwater sampling.

Benefits hand-operated peristaltic pump

  • Samples all wells with water tables < 9.5m
  • Pumps 0 - 1000 ml/min
  • Low loss in volatiles if used with 6x8 PE tubing and suction <6 meters water
  • Pressure allows perfect on-site 0.45 micron filtration
  • No cross contamination: Exchangeable tubing
  • Pumps air as well as water
Fit for silt loaden water Yes
Maximum sample depth 9 m 
Sample diameter 4 mm
Maximum pumping capacity 1 L/min
Power supply Manual



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