Case Study: Pressure-driven flow

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Case Study: Self-sustaining pressure-driven flow in microfluidics

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.

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, which makes pressure-driven flow a perfect technology for operating disposable fluidic chips and cartridges intended for one-time use.

Check out our Case Study in collaboration with our partner memetis to learn more about this topic:

Self-sustaining pressure-driven flow in microfluidics