High Purity New England (HPNE) has launched the new FlowMaxx Pro, which it says is a completely redesigned version of its Quaternary Diaphragm Smart Pump.
The revamped tool includes a larger touchscreen, multiple modes of functionality, integrated sensor selection, and extended flow rate ranges, said the provider.
Users can access the device without logging in, while new modes including continuous mode, time dispense, volume dispense, and PID control, a built-in diaphragm failure notification, and an improved fan to limit heat generation, reported HPNE.
The company also flagged that the pump line allows for calibration of sensors to measure flow and pressure and an alarm to prevent the pump from running without being connected to the sensor. “Furthermore, through the new ethernet connection, the team at HPNE can troubleshoot most issues remotely, allowing the product to be fixed on-site, saving the end-user both time and costs.”