KNF to Host Lab Pumps & Applications Symposium in Collaboration with Local ACS

Pumps are an important component in practically all chemistry laboratories. Yet for such a common device, selecting the correct pump for a particular application is often a challenge.

Join us for a Laboratory Pumps and Applications Symposium

Join us on Nov. 4th for a Laboratory Pumps & Applications Symposium

KNF Neuberger, in collaboration with the Trenton Section of the American Chemical Society, will be hosting a symposium on “Laboratory Pumps and Applications”. The presentation will focus on taking the mystery out of laboratory pumps, looking at the most common applications and the pumps that best support them. Discussion topics include:

  • What is the best pump type for my application?
  • What accessories are available to help me optimize the performance of the pump in my application?
  • What are the signs that my pump is in need of maintenance or repair?
  • And much more!


LOCATION

This exclusive, co-sponsored event will be held at KNF’s state-of-the-art, 50,000 square ft. manufacturing facility at Two Black Forest Road in Trenton, NJ.

SCHEDULE
5:30 pm – Mixer with drinks and appetizers, plant tours and product demos
6:30 pm – Dinner and presentation
7:30 pm – Coffee and dessert
Refreshments and dinner are complimentary. There will also be a drawing for door prizes.

PRESENTER
Roland Anderson is the Laboratory Products Manager and applications specialist at KNF Neuberger, Inc.

RSVP
Reservations are required, as seating is limited, so be sure to register now!

See You At AACC!

NFB 100 liquid diaphragm pumpNFB 100 liquid diaphragm pump with datasheetToday we’re packing up and preparing to send materials to display in the KNF Neuberger booth at AACC 2014, held this year in Chicago on July 29 – 31. Before we lock up the crate, though, we thought we’d take a quick break and mention that we’ll be introducing a brand new liquid diaphragm pump at the AACC show.  With two heads driven by one motor, this pump provides twice the flow and half the pulsation when operated in parallel mode. In the individual mode, two different liquids can be transferred simultaneously by one unit, eliminating the need for a second pump.

Please plan to stop by KNF Neuberger booth #4328 at AACC next week. For more information before the show, or to arrange
a meeting there, please click on one of the following links:

  • New NFB 100 liquid diaphragm pump.
  • Learn more about KNF air, gas and liquid pumps, designed to perform critical tasks for clinical diagnostic instruments and medical devices, such as liquid transfer, liquid aspiration, liquid dosing/metering, degassing, vacuum, and pneumatics.
  • Contact us to arrange a meeting at AACC Chicago.

See you there!