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Home > Press > InterTech Unveils High Accuracy Alternative to Mechanical Syringes For Nanotech Researchers -- MicroPulse™

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Nanotech Researchers can now use a higher accuracy alternative to mechanical syringes --- InterTech Development Company's MicroPulse - a solid state means of producing small, short pulses of various gases.

InterTech Unveils High Accuracy Alternative to Mechanical Syringes For Nanotech Researchers -- MicroPulse™

Skokie, IL | Posted on September 16th, 2010

The high accuracy compact (145x52x35mm) MicroPulse contains a miniature heat exchanger and precision temperature control that can be fitted into process control circuits without adding volume.

InterTech's MicroPulse delivers gases up to 1.75scc/m at STP. The required flow during the pulse period is automatically controlled via an 8-bit digital interface by a PLC or other external controller. The user can pre-set flow direction (inward or outward), volume-flow (cc/minute) or mass-flow (standard cc/minute) pulses over a wide pressure range. Overall accuracy and repeatability of 0.1% can be achieved over extended periods of fully-automatic operation.

The multiple advantages of InterTech MicroPulse technology include:

* There are no moving parts or pneumatic valves to stick or wear.
* There are no small gaps or orifices to get clogged.
* No compressed-air source is required.
* Application can initiate a flow pulse automatically, at any interval.
* Multiple different flow values can be produced in quick succession, as required by application.

Engineering analyses of testing application requirements and expected savings at specified gage R&R using InterTech patented test technology and customized software are available at no charge.

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About InterTech Development Company
InterTech Development Company is a world leader in automated testing with 7 patented mass flow and hydraulic technologies, as well as, helium mass spectrometry (accredited to meet ISO-17025 International Standards for Quality Management). InterTech Development Company’s worldwide support organization maintains offices in North America, Asia, and Europe.

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