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Gateway 2012: Fluid Metering, Inc.

Fluid Metering, Inc.
5 Aerial Way, Suite 500
Syosset, NY  11791 USA

Fax: 516-624-8261

Fluid Metering, Inc. (FMI) manufactures unique, patented, valveless piston metering pumps and dispensers. With one moving part, a rotating and reciprocating ceramic piston, these pumps accomplish both pumping and valving functions. Flow rates range from 2.5 µl/dispense to flows of 4,600 ml/min with pressures to 200 psig. FMI pumps will dispense and meter fluids for millions of cycles with a drift free accuracy of better than 1%. Typical applications include fluid metering, dispensing and sampling for chemical process, laboratory, pilot plant, food processing, water treatment, and environmental analyzers.

Come Visit Us at Interphex – Booth #1576

Fluid Metering, Inc. will be exhibiting its line of Metering Pumps and Dispensers which are ideal for Pharmaceutical Processing applications. Contact us and arrange a meeting to discuss any current applications that we may help you with.


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