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We are experts in microfluidics developing tools to make your experiments easier. We are providing you with high performance and easy to set-up and to use microfluidics instruments.

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We strive to “make microfluidics easy”. Our solutions are modular, enabling our customers to save precious time with
 cumbersome engineering fluidic developments (such as re-designing and re-developing electronic and software interfaces for 
each new set-up).

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Unions can replace adapters in some cases. They enable one to connect two different pieces of tubing by integrating two identical female ports.

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Our FRP Flow-Rate Platform has just been upgraded!

17 December 2014

flow-unit-mainWe have some good news about Flow-Rate Platform: two FLOW UNITS are changing! The M model, formerly going up to 50 µL/min for the Water calibration can now measure flow-rates up to 80 µL/min in this calibration. Besides, the S model which goes up to 7 µL/min for the Water calibration has been given the Water/IPA double calibration, and can go up to 70 µL/min for the IPA calibration. In addition to monitoring the flow within your microfluidic system, you can also shift to control-flow mode by using our Flow-Rate Control Module algorithm. Flow control can be aesily achieved - even within complex multi-channel configurations.   Let's remind that our Flow-Rate Platform is composed of 5 different FLOW UNIT models with ranges from 1.5 µL/min to 5 mL/min. The dual calibration is now available for three of them, allows flow-rate measurements of a broader range of liquids. New specifications of our flow meters   For more information about our Flow-Rate Platform or our Flow-Rate Control Module, please contact us at

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It is also very flexible as it allows stopping and restarting the droplet manipulation, the change of reservoir or reactive during an experiment, with almost no impact on the experiment.

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