Peristaltic Pump Tubing
TOGOHK has experience in manufacturing various silicone peristaltic pump tube sizes from 0.5mm to 100mm in diameter.
We can custom design the size and hardness of the pump tubing according to your flow rate, ensuring your flow rate is accurate and improving user-friendliness.
Our customized silicone pump tubes are used for precise metering in medical and pharmaceutical, and ink pumps for printing presses.
As well as medium and large pumps for the food and beverage industry and other fluid transfer systems.
Custom Peristaltic Pump Tubing
TOGOHK’s engineers can follow your request to customize peristaltic pump tubing: variable speed, reversible speed, and fixed speed to customize the pump tubing for your own use.
We can even design and manufacture custom silicone components to your specifications, working with our in-house design team.
Contact us now to find the pump tubing you need.
Advantages Of Silicone Pump Tubing
Silicone pump tubing has the advantages that other hoses cannot replace, no plasticizers, food-grade, flexible silicone tubing, chemical resistance, and long life.
Applying various peristaltic pump solutions, the silicone material is compatible with chemical-resistant substances and does not produce secondary chemical reactions with the silicone tube. It is the preferred material for laboratory peristaltic pumps.
TOGOHK has a variety of silicone tube manufacturing experience, reducing a lot of screening time for your selection of silicone tubes.
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How does silicone pump tubing work?
Introduction to the rotation process of the peristaltic pump tube. The picture is divided into red, blue, and green to introduce the whole process
The black pump ball head squeezes the liquid in the blue part by rotating and starts to rotate and push forward, and the red liquid pushes forward with the squeeze until it is stably discharged.
The silicone tube begins to recover, the liquid in the green part is sucked into the pump tube again, and the whole process repeats the circular motion. Drives the entire pump tubing to cycle input and output