How do you set a John Blue piston pump?
Instructions for Use:
- Select either “Piston Pump” or “Squeeze Tube Pump”.
- Select your “John Blue Pump Model”.
- Select your choice of either “English” or “Metric” units of measurement.
- If prompted, enter your “Application Rate”.
How do you measure pump setting?
- Set suction/vacuum for comfort. Set SUCTION/VACUUM to the highest setting that feels comfortable and no higher.
- Set speed/cycles for comfort and milk flow. Set SPEED/CYCLES to the fastest setting when you start pumping.
- Once the milk is flowing, slow down the SPEED/CYCLES to keep the milk flowing.
What is a squeeze pump?
According to the 1966 edition of Ground Water and Wells, squeeze pumps, or peristaltic pumps as they are now called, were often used in the water works industry for purposes of chemical addition. The pump operates using positive displacement to move a variety of fluids.
What speed should I pump at?
Set the vacuum speed to the highest level that is comfortable for you, and start with the cycle set to 54. You may want to test out a bunch of different cycle speeds to see what works best for you. Spectra pumps start in the last mode that you were using before.
What cycle should my breast pump be?
The cycle button is how fast the pump will suck. You want to start pumping with the let down mode which is Cycle 70. To get to let down mode, push the button with the three wavy lines. Cycle 70 will help your milk to start flowing.
How many ounces should I pump per session?
0.5 to 2 ounces
As stated previously, 0.5 to 2 ounces total is normal for a pumping session. Your milk supply can change or dip as you start to spend more time away from your baby, and some parents notice fluctuations in milk output if they return to work during this time.
How long should a pumping session last?
It is also important to stay hydrated. A pumping session will take 15-20 minutes ideally pumping both breasts at the same time. Full milk production is about 25-35 oz. per 24 hours.
How do you winterize raised vegetable beds?
Here’s how to winterize your raised garden bed
- Clean out your raised bed. Pull out weeds, clean up dead plant material and remove sick plants.
- Refill soil as necessary. If your soil level seems low, add some to reach your desired level.
- Add a protective layer.
- Care for the structure.
- Take notes.
How do you calculate the flow rate of a peristaltic pump?
The first,The flow rate Q is proportional to the speed n. The higher the speed, the greater the flow rate. For example, when the peristaltic pump is 1rpm, the flow rate Q= 1ml/min, and it can be deduced that when the peristaltic pump is 10rpm, the flow rate Q= 10ml/min.
What level should I pump at?
It is important to always use the pump at the suction level which feels right to you, not just pressing the + button until you get to the highest setting! The Maximum Comfort Vacuum is the highest vacuum a mother can use and still be comfortable.
How do I set up my John Blue Pump?
Select either “Piston Pump” or “Squeeze Tube Pump”. Select your “John Blue Pump Model”. Select your choice of either “English” or “Metric” units of measurement. If prompted, enter your “Application Rate”. Select whether you utilizes a “Ground Drive” or a “Press/Rub Wheel”. Enter your “Loaded Radius”.
Why choose John Blue AG piston pumps?
Our ground-driven and hydraulic-driven variable rate piston pumps have a reputation and history built on superior performance, serviceability and overall quality. All John Blue Ag Piston Pumps have been designed, engineered, and extensively field tested to set the standard for liquid metering pumps.
How do I find the proper setting for my pump?
There are two ways to find the proper setting for your pump: 1. Using the online flow rate calculator at www.cds-johnblue.com .The icon is on the right-hand side of the page, and there is a mobile version available here: 2. Using the slide chart (115698-91) supplied with the pump – follow the example below: