Patents

High pressure, high flow rate peristaltic pump and tubing assembly
Patent Number 9,828,984 for the Blue-White Flex-Pro high pressure, high flow rate peristaltic pump, and tubing assembly.
T-track mounting system
Patent Number 9,374,024 for the Blue-White Sonic-Pro Ultrasonic Flowmeter’s T-Track mounting system
Component control system
Patent Number 8,639,363 A method used to control two or more positive displacement pumps in a system.
Extended tube life
Patent Number 8,418,364 A method of extending tube life for a peristaltic pump.
Safety switch
Patent Number 8,215,931 Protects the pump operator when performing maintenance to the pump head. The switch stops the pump when the front cover is removed, ensuring operator safety.
TFD (Tube Failure Detection system)
Patent Numbers 7,001,153 and 7,284,964 If a chemical is detected in the pump head, caused by tube failure, the pump will automatically shut off and energize a relay, permitting communications with external equipment, such as an alarm or a SCADA system. Only Blue-White Industries offers this technology. No False Triggering.
Shaped tubing
Patent Number 4,496,295 Pre-stressed pump tube twisted in the direction in the length of the tube. (Expired)
Flow sensor devices and systems
U.S. Patent No. 10,948,320 A flow rate assembly can include a fluid flow interface portion having a front-facing wall and a back-facing wall. The flow interface portion can include an inlet passage within the fluid flow interface portion, an outlet passage within the fluid flow interface portion, at least one inlet aperture extending through the front-facing wall of the fluid flow interface portion into the inlet passage, and at least one outlet aperture extending through the back facing wall of the fluid flow interface portion into the outlet passage. In some cases, the fluid flow interface portion includes a plug forming at least a portion of the inlet passage.
Overmolded tubing assembly and adapter for a positive displacement pump
Patent Number GB2527177 A tubing assembly is provided that can comprise a plurality of tubes or lumens that can be disposed of within a head of a peristaltic pump. The Tubing assembly can provide a flow rate or volume capacity that is generally equal to or greater than that achieved with a comparable prior art tube while operating at higher pressures than that possible using the prior art tube. Further, in accordance with some embodiments, the tubing assembly can achieve a longer working life than a comparable prior art tube, and the load on the pump motor can be reduced such that the pump life is increased and/or a larger pump motor is not required to achieve such advantageous results.