The Lee Company has been an industry leader in electromechanical valve and pump technology for over three decades. Manifolds offer several advantages compared to just connecting discrete components together with tubing, such as fewer leakage points, lower internal volumes, easier assembly into th...
The Lee Company has been an industry leader in electromechanical valve and pump technology for over three decades. Manifolds offer several advantages compared to just connecting discrete components together with tubing, such as fewer leakage points, lower internal volumes, easier assembly into the instrument, and higher reliability. Our expertise in fluidics is drawn from a solid understanding of the application and the components involved. We can incorporate solenoid valves, pumps, passive components (i.e. restrictors) and active components (i.e. transducers) into a complete assembly that has been functionally tested per the application requirements. The different manufacturing techniques used to create such manifolds include conventional, multi-layered, ant farm, combination and injection manifold.
Technical Hydraulic Handbook: 11th Edition
The Lee Company's 11th Edition Technical Hydraulic Handbook features Lee’s extensive line of precision microhydraulic products such as Lee Plugs, solenoid valves, single and multi-orifice restrictors, nozzles, safety screens, check valves, relief valves, flow controls and shuttle valves. Also included are sections on installation and engineering reference material.
Electro-Fluidic Systems Handbook: 9th Edition
The Lee Company is proud to announce that its 9th Edition of the Electro-Fluidic Systems Handbook is now available. This new edition of the handbook contains information on new products that can help solve your complex fluid control problems and enhance the performance of your current system. It contains detailed information on each of The Lee Company’s products used for automated liquid handling in medical and scientific instrumentation, analytical/clinical chemistry, and in-vitro diagnostic applications. The handbook includes product specifications, configuration drawings, design considerations, as well as helpful engineering reference material.
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