Iver J Phallen, Douglas N Vogt: Linear peristaltic pump. Niagara Pump Corporation, John C Thompson, April 10, 2001: US06213739 (113 worldwide citation)

A liquid pumping apparatus for pumping liquids, more specifically a linear peristaltic pump apparatus. The apparatus consists of a high durometer compressible elastomeric liquid flow tube (

Alexander S Borsanyi, Donald E Bobo: Linear peristaltic pumping apparatus and disposable casette therefor. American Hospital Supply Corporation, Tilton Fallon Lungmus, January 15, 1985: US04493706 (102 worldwide citation)

A linear peristaltic pump, and a disposable casette therefor, particularly suitable for the infusion of parenteral fluids. The pump includes a housing having a power-driven shaft and a series of small bearing assemblies having their inner members eccentrically mounted upon that shaft. A thin elastom ...

Joseph Bertoncini: Peristaltic pump and method for adjustable flow regulation. Biomedical Research and Development Laboratories, Breneman & Georges, June 7, 1994: US05318413 (58 worldwide citation)

A peristaltic pump is provided having an adjustable flow regulation provided by an adjustable axial elongation means for the variable elongation of resilient tubing disposed between the associated rotors of a rotary peristaltic pump or the plurality of reciprocal pushers or fingers in a linear peris ...

Alexandre Tsoukalis: Linear peristaltic pump. Micrel Microelectronic Applications Center, Ware Fressola Van der Sluys & Adolphson, November 9, 1999: US05980490 (58 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to linear peristaltic pump of known contruction, in which a first cam (30a) and a first cam follower (11a) in the form of an input valve, at least three intermediate cams (30b-30e) and cam followers (11b-11e) for pumping operation and a last cam (30f) and a last cam follower (1 ...

Ahmad Maher Moubayed, Rogelio Blanco Jester: Linear peristaltic pump. John R Duncan, Frank D Gilliam, July 20, 1999: US05924852 (53 worldwide citation)

A peristaltic pump for pumping liquids through a resilient tube. In one embodiment, the pump includes a curved concave platen against which a resilient tube is placed. A multi lobed cam is positioned adjacent to the platen and tube. A plurality of pump fingers are mounted between tube and cam in a m ...

John Bradley: Linear peristaltic pump. IVAC Corporation, Fulwider Patton Rieber Lee & Utecht, December 31, 1985: US04561830 (50 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to a peristaltic pump wherein a plurality of cam actuated fingers are adapted to pump fluid through a flexible tube by sequentially closing off the fluid filled tube along a length thereof. The fingers are mounted to rotate on a common axis and are spaced from one another in or ...

David E Kaplan, David Burkett, Laurence Warden: Linear peristaltic pump. Fisher Scientific Company, Nydegger & Harshman, March 20, 1990: US04909710 (50 worldwide citation)

A linear peristaltic pump equipped with a pressure relief mechanism for pumping I.V. fluids to a patient comprises a platen for supporting the tube, and a plurality of fingers which sequentially urge against the tube resting against the platen for creating a moving zone of occlusion. Cam lobes are f ...

Ronald D Irvin, David Burkett, David E Kaplan, Ronald J Harvey: Peristaltic pump with mechanism for maintaining linear flow. IMED Corporation, Nydegger & Harshman, September 4, 1990: US04954046 (46 worldwide citation)

A linear peristaltic pump includes a mechanism for maintaining linear flow of fluid through an I.V. tube. The mechanism comprises a casing carrying a rotatable camshaft having a plurality of cams spaced therealong in helical arrangement and a plurality of fingers coupled to the camshaft. A housing f ...

Oscar E Hyman, Ahmadmahir M Moubayd, Larry L Wilson: Two-cycle peristaltic pump with occlusion detector. IMED Corporation, Nydegger & Associates, June 8, 1993: US05217355 (44 worldwide citation)

A linear peristaltic pump for pumping fluid through a resilient tube has a pair of pumping fingers, a pair of pinching fingers, and a strain gauge to monitor pressure inside the tube. The first pumping finger squeezes the tube at a first location, and the second pumping finger squeezes the tube at a ...

Roger J Hill, James H Monti Jr, Joseph A Oliver, Gary Lindemann, Harry C Copp: Linear peristaltic pump with reshaping fingers interdigitated with pumping elements. B Braun Medical, John W Montgomery, Haynes and Boone, May 22, 2001: US06234773 (41 worldwide citation)

A linear peristaltic pump of the type for removable engagement of a portion of a flexible tubing and having a plurality of sequentially actuated pumping elements which act along the engaged portion of the flexible tubing, with the pumping elements reciprocated in a first direction to collapse adjace ...