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Latest update: 16-04-2019
Spetec GmbH
TEL: +49 8122 99533
FAX: +49 8122 9953-55
Berghamer Str. 2
85435   Erding
Mr. Fabian Holzner
Sales International Sales
Spetec was founded in Erding, Germany in 1987. The company began selling replacement parts for analytics. As requirements in analytics became stricter, Spetec started developing clean room technology.

A broad range of clean room and laboratory technology products was developed over the years. Today Spetec GmbH delivers individual clean room solutions ranging from the mobile Laminar Flow Box to complex, turnkey clean room systems. Spetec GmbH also offers the maintenance a
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 CleanBoy,  Perimax,  Symax,
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 CleanBoy - Clean room work place
 Perimax - Peristaltic pump stand alone version
 Symax - Syringe pump
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 Clean room technology,  laboratory equipment,
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 Clean room technology - laminar flow, clean room, particle free
 laboratory equipment - ICP equipment, tubing, peristaltic pumps, syringe pump, ICP

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Spetecs´ custom-built peristaltic pumps Spetec is a leading supplier of peristaltic pumps
Spetecs´ custom-built peristaltic pumps
Spetec is a leading supplier of peristaltic pumps Peristaltic pumps are referred to as hose or tube pumps because they are based on the principle of deforming a tube in order to create a suction effect. The task of a peristaltic pump is to transport fluids in a predefined direction. In this process, the tube is alternately compressed and released in order to suck the fluid that is to be transported into it. Due to this mode of pump action, peristaltic pumps are ideally suited for precision metering and continuous feed applications. The transported fluid does not come into contact with any moving parts. Peristaltic pumps can be equipped with between 1 and 6 channels depending on type. The number of rollers is a criterion contributing to a constant, low-pulsation flow rate. Depending on the size of the pump head and the tubing, it is possible to achieve flow rates from the µL/min through to the L/min range. For more than 30 years, Erding-based SPETEC has been designing and building peristaltic pumps for an enormous range
12-12-2019  |  171x  | 
High-quality tubing for diverse applications
High-quality tubing for diverse applications
Spetec GmbH has grown into one of the world's major manufacturers of peristaltic pumps, which are now produced both as made-to-measure units and as OEM versions in a wide variety of types. And one thing that these types of pumps always need is tubing. Peristalsis refers to the synchronous contraction of the muscles in hollow organs that propagates as a wave and transports the contents in a given direction. This is the way in which organs such as the human esophagus or intestine work, and they act in the same way as the pump tubing. In humans, hollow organs such as these are of exceptionally high quality, which often allows them to do their job reliably for 80 years or more. This is an indication of how high the quality of the tubing material needs to be in peristaltic systems in order to guarantee acceptable durability. This required decades of development, since the conditions of use were, and still are, so varied. And who should know better what degree of elasticity
24-10-2019  |  156x  | 
Clean room box with integrated extraction The EFBS series laminar flow box features an additional acid-resistant extraction system
Clean room box with integrated extraction
The EFBS series laminar flow box features an additional acid-resistant extraction system Dirty or offgassing components are really not ideal for clean room conditions. Nevertheless, there are some applications in industrial manufacturing and research and development where such scenarios are of significance: On the one hand, a clean, i.e. particle-free, environment and, on the other, dirty or offgassing components. And for such situations, Spetec has designed the Flow Box EFBS – a laminar flow box with an integrated, acid-resistant extraction unit. What is special about the EFBS is that it features an extraction unit attached to the side of the box. This is, in turn, connected to a universally adjustable telescopic arm. The tip of the telescopic arm can be positioned with pinpoint accuracy so as to extract the particles or any gas emitted by the source. The component itself is bathed in filtered air. Extraction is continuously adjustable up to a maximum of 1.2 mł/min. A single Spetec Flow Box EFBS delivers an effective clean room area of between 0.37 and
23-08-2019  |  191x  | 
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A new peristaltic pump for atomic spectroscopy
A new peristaltic pump for atomic spectroscopy
Since German scientists Robert Bunsen (*1811 - †1899) and Gustav Kirchhoff (*1824 - †1887) have discovered, that the color of a flame changed once an element was introduced, atomic spectroscopy has developed into one of the most successful analytical methods, which is applied every day worldwide and routinely. Among the different methods in atomic spectroscopy both multielement methods ICP-MS and ICP-OES have been extremely successful for the analysis of liquids. Both are based on the same inductively coupled plasma source, either used as an emission or an ion source for mass spectrometry. For transport of the liquid sample peristaltic pumps are well established to overcome any change in the composition leading to changes in viscosity thus reducing matrix effects. The working principle is based on compression and relaxation of a trapped liquid volume in an elastic tubing, which is fixed in the pumping head and pressed against a curved pressure plate. By rotation of the
20-01-2020  |  231x  | 
CleanBoy® - How it works Spetecs clean room station
CleanBoy® - How it works
Spetecs clean room station The issue: The need for ever greater precision and sensitivity in analytical procedures means that the demands in terms of environmental conditions are becoming ever more exacting. For example, a normal laboratory atmosphere contains approximately 300,000 – 500,000 particles per cubic foot. These particles have a certain chemical composition that may invalidate ongoing research results or interfere with measurement results. They also lead to unwanted physical effects in production and research processes. One simple, cost-efficient solution is to store samples in clean room conditions. The solution: Spetec's CleanBoy® clean room station makes it possible to store samples in clean room conditions and create the optimum conditions for highly sensitive measurements in the field of elemental analysis. "CleanBoy" brings a practically particle-free atmosphere straight to any workplace where it is needed. Cleanness in the technical sense means classified clean room conditions.
21-06-2019  |  296x  | 
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