Microperfusion Pump for Preclinical OFM Studies

OFM acheives a stable recovery of interstitial fluid samples by using a specialized peristaltic OFM pump. Unfiltered samples represent the interstitial fluid for relative and absolute quantification of substances in the target tissue.

Power supply with main supply or primary battery

  • Push and pull option integrated in one pump
  • 2 independent controllable pump heads
  • 6 channels
  • Up to 3 push and 3 pull channels
  • Standard flow rates: 0.1 - 10 μL/min
  • No flow-rate calibration necessary
  • Attachable to large animals (dog, pig & primate)
  • Power supply via battery or 120V AC power cord
  • Perfusion buffer deliver in an enclosed, sealed and gamma irradiated bag
  • Compatible with low bind tubing sets


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Microperfusion Pump and Accessories

 Item Number  Item Description   Specifications

 Microperfusion Pump Preclinical
 2 x 3 channels

- Power supply with main supply or primary battery
- Includes power supply
- Battery not included

Adjustable flow rates: 0.1 - 10μl/min flow rate (with an accuracy of ± 20%)
0.1μl/min at 0.1 – 2.0μl/min flow rate
0.2μl/min at 2.0 – 5.0μl/min flow rate
0.5μl/min at 5.0 – 10.0μl/min flow rate
Typical operating time (with a new battery):
up to 48 hours at 1.0μl/min and up to 24 hours at
Display: LCD with backlight
Dimensions: 130 x 92 x 34.5mm
‚ÄčTotal weight: 295g excl. battery and accessories.
Ambient operating temperature: 5 to 40°C

 Microperfusion Pump at a glance

 OFM-BAG  Perfusate Bag - 10 mL
(pack of 6)

- For use with OFM-Pump 
- Ready for connection to up to 3 push channels
- Can be used with single channel OFM-P-110 or 3 channel OFM-P3-110 push inlet tubings
- Bag can be placed into OFM-Pump or externally
- Perfusate not included


BASi can assist you with setting up your own OFM platform in your lab. Contact us with your request.
Contact us if you are interested in outsourcing a preclinical OFM study with Joanneum Research.
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