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'[BUY] Pressure-frequency generator'
2007\01\22@151125 by Wallace Yang

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Dear Piclist members:

I'm looking for an off-the-shelf product that is
capable of generating fluidic pressures at various
frequencies.  Does anyone know what company I should
try to contact?

Thanks.

Wallace
spam_OUTyangres2002TakeThisOuTspamrogers.com

2007\01\22@160558 by PicDude

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Not sure what that is, but sounds like something you might find at
http://www.omega.com

-Neil.

On Monday 22 January 2007 14:11, Wallace Yang wrote:
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2007\01\23@020341 by Denny Esterline

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> Dear Piclist members:
>
> I'm looking for an off-the-shelf product that is
> capable of generating fluidic pressures at various
> frequencies.  Does anyone know what company I should
> try to contact?
>
> Thanks.
>
> Wallace

More details please. Pressures? Frequency? Volumes? Variability? Precision?
As always on this list the quality of responses you will get depend directly on
how much information you share. With a question this vague we could be
anywhere from ultrasonic transducers to piston pumps - maybe even
explosives (well it could create "fluidic pressures at various frequencies" :-)

-Denny


2007\01\23@164810 by Wallace Yang

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>> Dear Piclist members:
>>  
>> I'm looking for an off-the-shelf product that is
>> capable of generating fluidic pressures at various
>> frequencies.  Does anyone know what company I
should
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- maybe even
>explosives (well it could create "fluidic pressures
>at various
>frequencies" :-)

>-Denny

Denny,

You're right, of course.  I have some additional info.
The frequency range will be from low to about 1KHz,
may be more.  The pressures will be extremely low.  I
don't know how to quantify it, but I don't think it
would be a problem with whatever that is available.
Again, I'm looking for something that's off-the-shelf
(boss won't let me build one.)  [sigh]

Wallace Yang
Associate Technical Analyst
Heart and Stroke/Richard Lewar Center of Excellence
U of T
yangres2002spamKILLspamrogers.com
416-946-8111

2007\01\24@035644 by Alan B. Pearce

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>You're right, of course.  I have some additional info.
> The frequency range will be from low to about 1KHz,
>may be more.  The pressures will be extremely low.  I
>don't know how to quantify it, but I don't think it
>would be a problem with whatever that is available.
>Again, I'm looking for something that's off-the-shelf
>(boss won't let me build one.)  [sigh]

Probably best if you quantify the application.

>Wallace Yang
>Associate Technical Analyst
>Heart and Stroke/Richard Lewar Center of Excellence
>U of T

Heart and Stroke? - medical application ?

If so then assuming use on live patients, you probably really need a
commercial unit to avoid potential legal problems.

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