PI Offers Piezo Motors for Pipetting Processes

In this video, the working principle of pipette is shown through animation. Very small but fast drives are needed to pipette smaller and smaller devices and sample separations. At the same time, they must also generate adequate force to move the pipettes in the vertical direction and to dose the media. This can be easily achieved by piezo motors, which function with a tiny footprint as a direct linear drive and can produce high forces. A ceramic oscillating with ultrasonic frequencies produces a controllable forward motion with even speed and micrometer accuracy.

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Piezo Transducers for Fast Pipetting, Sterile Motors, Droplet Generation: www.PI-medial.net

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