First ever USP-approved plastic pump
Plastic air diaphragm pump is designed to provide effective solutions for numerous applications in the biotechnological and pharmaceutical industries
New from Tapflo UK is the world's first plastic, airdiaphragm pump that is USP (United States Pharmacopoeia)approved.
The Tapflo Pharmaceutical series of pumps is developedin co-operation with one of the world's leading suppliers tothe biotechnological market and is designed to provide effectivesolutions for numerous applications in the biotechnological andpharmaceutical industries.
Diaphragms and valves are made fromhygienic virgin PTFE while the use of a 'sanitary'design with smooth internal surfaces, clinically tested inertmaterials and USP approved components ensures that there is nocontamination of the pumped product.
Extremely easy to maintain,the Tapflo Pharmaceutical series has a housing that comprisesjust three parts and all components are individually marked fortraceability.
4 September 2009 - Jan Wikborg has been appointed as product manager at Tapflo, a company that develops and manufactures various kinds of pumps for industrial applications.
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