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This syringe pump has two independent pumping channels

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Harvard Apparatus

Harvard Apparatus

The Pump 33 DDS (dual drive system; photo) is a syringe pump that has two independent pumping channels controlled by an intuitive touchscreen interface. This multipurpose pump employs advanced syringe mechanisms that include a tight-gripping, extremely secure syringe clamp that accommodates syringe sizes ranging from 0.5µL to 60 mL. The Pump 33 DDS offers enhanced flow performance with high accuracy and smooth flow at capacities ranging from 1.02 pL/min to 106 mL/min. — Harvard Apparatus, Holliston, Mass.

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