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Source for peristaltic pumps?

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Source for peristaltic pumps?

Postby Chuck Chesney » Mon Oct 05, 2009 10:58 am

Does anybody have a source for small DC peristaltic pumps? I am in the process of helping a neighbor build his first RC submarine, and he has decided that a SNORT system would be the most straight forward for his needs. The Caswell SNORT pumps may be just a little too small in terms of capacity for his needs, so a peristaltic may be the answer.
Of course, any pumps have to fit on a 3"-3.5" WTC, and not break the bank in terms of cost. They must run in both directions, and provide a positive, air tight seal
Thanks...
Chuck

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Postby Chuck Chesney » Tue Oct 06, 2009 10:49 am

Thank you very much, Andy.
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