Remove air bubbles from fluidic samples

mp-bt Bubble trap

A microfluidic bubble trap removes air bubbles from microfluidic systems. Air bubbles introduce oxygen to your system and experiment. That can lead to the damage of the biological sample (cytotoxicity). Additionally, the air in the system decreases the overall performance of the system and its components. Sensors can dry up, microfluidic chips don’t work properly etc. Furthermore, flow and pressure rates might fluctuate and can lead to volume sampling errors.

The main task of this component is the in-line removal of air bubbles in your microfluidic system. That way, you can make sure that no air (especially oxygen) comes close to your cells and ruins your experiment. A bubble trap that is already added in the system also means that it is not necessary to remove air bubbles from the liquid that is transported beforehand. All can be done in the same system without adding additional, manual steps.

Our bubble trap is smaller than comparable bubble traps that are currently in the market. This allows a more space-saving integration into your system and also leads to less costs. Overall, the mp-bt bubble trap saves you both space and money.

Video: Removing gas bubbles with the mp-bt bubble trap

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The mp-bt eliminates air bubbles that are present in your microfluidic system. Our bubble trap is smaller than comparable bubble traps that are currently in the market. This allows a more space-saving integration into your microfluidic system and also leads to less costs. Overall, the mp-bt bubble trap saves you both space and money.

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