Quattroflow QF30SU Single-Use Biotech Pump

The Quattroflow QF30SU Single-Use Diaphragm Pump. Featuring flow rates from 0.06 to 30 l/h (1-500 ml/min), the new QF30SU is an ideal solution for handling a wide variety of pharmaceutical and biotech applications that require lower flow rates.

Features include:

  • Disposable pump chamber with tool-free installation
  • 500:1 turndown ratio
  • Linear flow performance
  • Retrofittable to Quattroflow QF150 drives (see video)
  • Maximum pressure of 4 bar (58 psi)
  • 0.06 – 30 lph flow range (1-500 ml/min), max. 4 bar (58 psi)
  • Analog input, 0-5 VDC
  • Available accessories: Power box, diaphragm sensor, PID pressure controller
  • Typical applications include: Chromatography, TFF and virus filtration

More on Quattroflow

QuattroflowTM Fluid Systems is a leading manufacturer of unique 4-piston diaphragm pumps, offering extremely low shear, pulsation and particulate generation, making them perfect for applications such as chromatography and tagential flow filtration (TFF). Quattroflow pumps are available as both single and multiple use in the pharmaceutical and biotech industries. BPES offer a complete after-sales service and we are proud to be the only Quattroflow Certified Service Centre in the UK. Quattroflow pumps are installed worldwide at companies such as Aventis, Baxter, Chiron, Roche, Sandoz and Boehringer Ingelheim. Quattroflow was founded in 2000, and is a brand of Dover Corporation’s Pump Solutions Group.

Sean’s take on this product

Sean Doran
Technical Sales Specialist

Reliable: Quattroflow pumps are tried and tested across wide variety of biopharma applications. By providing low friction, low sheer, and low pulsation, they are ideal for critical applications in biopharma manufacturing such as Tangential Flow Filtration (TFF), Chromatography, centrifuge feed, and many more. Pumps are available in single as well as multi-use variants, giving you

Quality: Quattroflow pumps are well designed and engineered, offering a long product life with easily performed servicing. Service kits are available for all products, allowing them to be maintained in-house, or through your service contract-provider.

Did you know?

Quattroflow pumps are designed to mimic the human heart in order to give safe, reliable, and efficient transfer of biologics throughout your process.

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    Technical Data

    Flow Rate Maximum Eccentric Shaft 3° 30 lph (500 mlpm) 30 lph (500 mlpm)
    Flow Rate Minimum Eccentric Shaft 3° 0.06 lph (1 mlpm)
    Pressure Temperature of Fluid < 40°C (104°F) 4 bar (58 psi)
    Temperature of Fluid > 40°C (104°F) 4 bar (58 psi) 4 bar (58 psi)
    Maximum Temperature Fluid 60°C (146°F) 60°C (146°F)
    Minimum Temperature Fluid 4°C (39,2°F) 4°C (39,2°F)
    Pump Speed Range rpm 1 – 1,000 1 – 1,000
    Suction Lift Dry Eccentric Shaft 3° 1 m (3.28 ft) 1 m (3.28 ft)
    Volume Specifications Approximated Volume per Revolution at Free Output 0,59 ml (3°) 0,59 ml (3°)
    Approximated Filling Volume Without Connectors 5.2 ml 5.2 ml
    Connection Specification (Standard) Connectors Hosebarb 4 mm Hosebarb 4 mm
    Position of Connectors Front Front
    Product Wetted Materials (Standard) Pump Chamber PP PP
    Valve Plate PP PP
    Diaphragms TPE TPE
    Valves EPDM EPDM
    O-rings EPDM EPDM
    Certificates/Proofs (Optional) Elastomer (product wetted) USP <88> Cl. VI; FDA21CFR177;
    BSE/TSE Safe
    USP <88> Cl. VI; FDA21CFR177;
    BSE/TSE Safe
    Motor Type Brushless
    Rated Speed 3000 min-1 3000 min-1
    Voltage 230 V (110 V as option) 3 x 230V / 3 x 400V
    Power 90 W
    Pump Dimension with Motor and Housing Length 275 mm (10.83″) 287 mm (11.30″)
    Width 164 mm (6.46″) 100 mm (3.94″)
    Height 185 mm (7.28″) 130 mm (5.12″)
    Pump Weight with Motor and Housing 9 kg (20 lb) 6.1 kg (13.4 lb)

    Quattroflow Fluid Systems are the leading manufacturer of unique 4-piston diaphragm pumps, offering extremely low shear, pulsation and particulate generation, making them perfect for applications such as chromotography and tangential flow filtration (TFF).