Efficient pumping and precise dosing, even using corrosive, sterile and viscous media


Peristaltic pumps are used in chemistry for the precise dosing of acids and lyes and for adjusting the pH value in chemical reactions.


Peristaltic pumps are used in biotechnology for the precise dosing of enzymes and catalysts and thus for supporting the production of bioethanol in biotechnological processes, for example.

Life Science

Peristaltic pumps are applied in Life Science research to transfer precisely samples and reagents, e.g. for DNA sequencing processes.

Pharmaceutical industry

Peristaltic pumps are used in basic research to add reagents and solutions in a controlled way and thus to investigate processes and to synthesize new APIs.

Food industry

Peristaltic pumps play an important role in the food industry as liquids like syrup and sauces can be pumped quickly and reliably thanks to FDA compliant tubes.


Peristaltic pumps

Particularly low-maintenance
Particularly low-maintenance
Highest precision
Highest precision
Extremely sturdy
Extremely sturdy

Hei-FLOW stands for precise and sturdy peristaltic pumps providing reliable results for both pumping and dosing. Exchangeable modular pump heads allow a low-pulsation operation with up to 12 channels. Hei-FLOW peristaltic pumps are versatile, whether intended for manual operation or completely automated, and thus are indispensable high performers.

Optimal system configuration for PFGE

Pulsed-field gel electrophoresis (PFGE) is a special gel electrophoresis type for the separation of DNA macromolecules. Due to the long runtimes and the sometimes high voltages, a constant and low buffer temperature is crucial for the success of the method. These low temperatures and long runtimes present a special challenge for the tubes used for the transport of the buffer solution.

In this whitepaper we evaluated the optimal peristaltic pump configuration for PFGE setups

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Operation and Feeding of Fermentation Reactors

Learn how the Technical University of Nuremberg is researching the potential of Annamox bacteria in wastewater treatment. A two-stage reactor system simulates sewage plant biology to determine optimal operating parameters. State-of-the-art pump technology supports this groundbreaking step towards more cost-effective and environmentally friendly wastewater

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