Hemodialysis and Peritoneal Dialysis Pumps
Why does Diener stand out when it comes to dialysis?
- FDA-approved wetted materials
- Flow-thru designs for faster clean-in-place cycles
- Performance stability after thousands of heat–disinfect cycles
- Control stability for precise flow balancing
- Excellent degassing performance
Repeatable pump-to-pump performance and micro-dosing is achieved via extremely small manufacturing tolerances, making for a better dialysis treatment and an enhanced patient experience.
Diener’s gear pumps are fitted with helical gears, minimizing bedside noise and vibration. Gear pumps used in on-board water filtration systems can handle hard-water deposits and still deliver high pressure output over the life of the dialysis monitor.
Why DPP pumps are the preferred choice for hemodialysis and peritoneal dialysis
DPP pumps are all characterized by their robustness and performance. Wear and tear is at its lowest, and their smart designs ensure a sustainable reduction of operating costs.
The body is compact in size and the flexible inlet and outlet port options simplify the plumbing and conserve valuable space.
Our pumps are made from materials resistant to a wide range of aggressive chemicals, operating reliably and precisely in the harshest environments.
The disinfection chemicals used in dialysis equipment are strong and effective, but are also corrosive. Diener pumps are made of materials that are proven to withstand repeated chemical heat clean cycles and deliver stable performance. The end result is a long-life pump that reduces long-term maintenance costs.
DPP Hemodialysis and Peritoneal Dialysis Pumps
Case Study – A pump Designed with the Patient in Mind
Acid and bicarbonate fluid deliveries need to be extremely precise to balance the patients’ pH and minimize treatment time.
Controlling back-leakage and dosing volumes was key. Diener’s ability to maintain manufacturing tolerances in the micron range with state-of-the-art brushless DC motors lead to a pump that is repeatably precise to less than 1/2 microliter. This level of precision ensures accurate pH adjustment.