The unique pump innovation from Oertli. The SPEEP pump uses the same principle as a peristaltic pump* to control the flow. With SPEEP the vacuum can also be controlled using the foot pedal. This enables precise control of the holding force generated right at the instrument opening.

*Modulation based on the principle of a peristaltic pump

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How does the SPEEP pump work?

SPEEP combines the advantages of a flow‑controlled peristaltic pump with the responsiveness of a vacuum‑controlled venturi pump.

The SPEEP pump allows both the flow and the vacuum to be controlled independently of each other. The foot pedal not only allows aspiration and release but also gives the surgeon complete control when holding and manipulating fragments and tissue. SPEEP continues to control the vacuum even under occlusion.

What are the benefits of the SPEEP pump?

With challenging cases such as floppy iris syndrome or zonular weakness, precise control of the fluidics is essential. Thanks to the independent settings for flow and vacuum, SPEEP generates dosable holdability at the instrument opening – giving surgeons complete control.

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Fluidics: Unique 2-pump system

  • Unique SPEEP pump – for manual control of the holdability regardless of the type of tissue
  • Pump responds immediately and directly – facilitating precise and fine manoeuvering directly at the tissue
  • Independent control of flow and vacuum – developed for safe work with maximum control

Experience the SPEEP pump

Do you want to experience the SPEEP pump in application? Let us know if you need more information. We will provide you with a live application demonstration, additional information or promotional material. Simply fill out the form and contact our experts.

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