Microfluidic dosing is one of these use cases ahead, leading to a lot of novel applications and innovation. Currently, it is widely observed in the modern lab and can, in general, be realized by different approaches to realize a flow. One of them is pressure-driven flow, which offers a number of specific advantages, e.g. pulsation-free operation and cost-effectiveness. This pressure-driven flow Case Study gives you an insight into the specifics of this special system.
Another advantage particularly useful for contamination-free dosing is that neither a pressure source nor flow control elements have to come into direct contact with sample fluids. This makes pressure-driven flow a perfect technology for operating disposable fluidic chips and cartridges intended for one-time use.
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To further illustrate this type of system, we have created a video based on this pressure-driven flow Case Study. In it, you can see how exactly you can build a system like this using our components. You want to get started right away? Then head over to our online shop.
If you are not entirely sure, which way of liquid transport is the right one for you, please contact us. We are happy to discuss the advantages of each type of system.