How Quattroflow™ Quaternary Diaphragm Pumps Work
Quattroflow™ Quaternary Diaphragm Pumps are truly unique in that their method of operation mimics that of the human heart, which is the perfect model for the safe, reliable and efficient transfer of biological materials. The low-friction, low-shear and low-pulsation operation of Quattroflow pumps with minimal corresponding temperature increase makes them ideal for critical applications within biopharmaceutical manufacturing, including Tangential Flow Filtration (TFF), Chromatography (RFC), centrifuge feed, sterile virus filtration, purification and inline dilution. Quattroflow pumps can also be outfitted with a single-use liquid chamber, which enables them to meet strict speed-to-market manufacturing demands.
Quaternary Diaphragm Pumps
Quattroflow develops and manufactures, in close cooperation with their customers, specific biotech pumps for the critical applications in the pharmaceutical and biotech industry.
Whether in cross-flow systems, chromatography devices or centrifuges: the pumps gently convey aqueous solutions and biological products sensitive to shear force ranging from blood to vaccines without denaturing them.
Quattroflow Fluid Systems provides the best consultancy, precise sizing of the pumps and peripheral components, like flow, pressure and other process parameters, including control systems and data logging.
There are approximately 2,000 specialized Quattroflow pumps in operation worldwide at numerous pharmaceutical companies, including Blue-Chip names such as: Baxter, Roche, and Boehringer Ingelheim.