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For the past 50 Years Fluid Metering, Inc. has supplied Precision Dispensers and Metering Pumps for Laboratory, Industrial, Process and OEM applications.
Continuing its 50 Years of innovation, the NEW FMI Catalog includes three NEW Products.
The NEW PDS-100 is a Programmable Dispensing System which uses precision stepper motors to control delivery from 500 nanoliters per dispense up to 2 liters per minute continuous flow. It is available in single and dual channel configurations.
The third NEW product is the Smooth-flo PDS Pulse-Free Dispensing & Metering System. This fully programmable dispensing system utilizes dual FMI pumps, precisely synchronized, to eliminate pulsation typically present in other piston pump designs.
The NEW Catalog can be requested by phone, mail, email or can be easily viewed and downloaded from the Fluid Metering web site.
Fluid Metering is certified as compliant with ISO 9001 quality standards. The Fluid Metering Catalog details operating principles, pump capacities, motor characteristics, materials of construction, typical applications and ordering information.
About Fluid Metering Inc
FMI pioneered the first patented valveless rotating and reciprocating piston metering pump concept and has been delivering pumping excellence and precise fluid control for over 45 years.Fluid Metering Inc. is located about 30 miles from New York City in Syosset, Long Island, New York.
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Fluid Metering, Inc.
5 Aerial Way - Suite 500
Syosset, NY 11791 USA
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