The QF2500 provides a maximum flow rate of 660 gph (2,500 lph). Unlike other types of pumps commonly used in biopharmaceutical processing, Quattroflow’s QF2500 pump is ideally suited to meet the demands of numerous biopharma applications, including chromatography, TFF, virus filtration, sterile filtration and depth filtration.
The Quattroflow QF2500’s pump chamber features a new patent-pending design that enables operators to obtain maximum product recovery. The self-draining QF2500 pump has a 125:1 turndown ratio, high flow stability even at low flow rates, linear flow performance and clean-in-place (CIP) capability. Accessories available for the QF2500 include a power box, diaphragm sensor and PID pressure controller.
“Product safety is always a top priority for biotech and pharmaceutical research, pilot plant and production facilities,” said Kevin Hill, Product Manager for PharmOVate-Triangle Process Equipment. “Quattroflow pumps are an ideal pumping solution for biopharma applications which require gentle displacement, purity, reliability and accuracy.”
The line of Quattroflow pumps now includes eight sizes, covering a flow range from 0.02 to 4,227 gph (0.06 to 16,000 lph). Each Quattroflow pump does not include a mechanical shaft seal or wetted rotating parts, which ensures total product containment without abrasion. Risk-free dry running, low pulsation, self-priming and minimal particle generation are other benefits that Quattroflow pumps bring to biopharmaceutical operations.
Quattroflow is part of PSG®, a Dover company. To inquire about a single- or multiple-use QF2500, or any other Quattroflow pump, please us today.