The Fastest and Safest
Depth Filtration


Depth Filtration processes require a pump system that can handle liquid at the highest speed. Conventional pump systems such as peristaltic pumps generate a pulsating flow leading to a slow and periodic discharge of liquid. Additionally, these systems bear the risk of a catastrophic tube rupture due to a possible pressure build up.

Levitronix® pump systems are designed for depth filtration applications where a high flow ensures the fastest and safest possible process.

Fastest Transfer

Completely pulsation free flow

Levitronix® pump systems are the only pumps in biopharma that deliver a pulsation free flow, independent of actual flow or pressure. A continuous discharge of liquid allows to transfer liquid at maximum possible speed.

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Pulsation of a peristaltic pump in comparison to a Levitronix® pump system at 4 l/min and 0.3 bar

Intrinsically Safe

No pressure build up or tube rupture

Set and limit the maximum pressure according to your tubing specifications and you will be assured that your media is safe no matter what occurs in your hydraulic flow path.

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Safe media, no matter what occurs in your hydraulic flow path.

Smallest Footprint

Save valuable space

All Levitronix® pump systems have a far smaller footprint than competitive pumps of comparable hydraulic performance.
Even at extremely high flows, Levitronix® pump systems always have a small footprint which allows for installations in confined areas. The constant flow of these systems also eliminates any noise generation or vibration that could affect your process.

A PuraLev® 600 in comparison to a peristaltic pump of similar hydraulic characteristics

Continuous Processing

No tubes or valves to wear out

There are no tubes, diaphragms or valves to wear out leading to virtually no limitation in life time or drift in pump performance.

Left: No sign of wear - Levitronix® PuraLev® 600SU impeller after 2 years of constant operation. Right: Tube ruptere in a peristaltic pump after a few days of operation.

Bioprocessing Pumps (Single-Use)

Low Shear Bearingless Pump Systems


Bioprocessing Pumps (Multi-Use)

Low Shear Bearingless Pump Systems

Process Control Units

Intuitive Control of Pumps, Flow Sensors, and Other Components

Bioprocessing Inline Flow Sensors

Ultrasonic Single-Use Flow Sensors

Bioprocessing Clamp-On Flow Sensors (First Generation)

Non-Invasive Ultrasonic Flow Sensors


Bioprocessing Flow Controllers

Low Shear Single-Use Flow Controllers

Bioprocessing Clamp-On Flow Sensors

Ultrasonic High-Precision Clamp-On Flow Measurement for Bioprocessing

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