Harvard Apparatus PHD Ultra Syringe Pump drug and cell delivery system

Wednesday, 13 April, 2011 | Supplied by: SDR Scientific



The PHD Ultra Syringe Pump drug and cell delivery system from Harvard Apparatus has been optimised to provide accurate and precise injections of low nanolitre to microlitre volumes of cells and drugs that must be delivered to specific spatial locations.

The device features foot pedal activation for hands-free injections. The high-resolution LCD touch screen and icon interface allows users to create and run simple to complex methods without a PC. This enables new and existing operators to easily retrieve and run any predefined delivery method, greatly enhancing injection repeatability and reducing the likelihood of user error.

Though designed for fast bolus infusions, with high accuracy and precision, the PHD Ultra Nanomite can easily deliver from low nL up to tens of mL/min injections with good performance, particularly when combined with the company’s micro needles as small as 37 gauge.

The PHD Ultra has flow ramping capability for superior continuous volume injections into organs, muscle tissue, cells and neurons with minimal physiological impact.

Online: www.sdr.com.au
Phone: 02 9882 2882
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