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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
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Do you want to increase your microfluidic resistance? It will enhance the flow stability and the flow-rate resolution, but also increase the required pressure for a given flow-rate.

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A new partnership signed with the INSA Toulouse school

17 November 2014

Logo_INSAFLUIGENT and the Physics Department of the INSA Toulouse Engineering School ( have just signed a partnership for a whole series of a new kinf of project: a multiple disciplinary project for senior students. As the standard of microfluidic flow control FLUIGENT will be involved in providing its own expertise in microfluidics as well as in the equipment of some department lab works. Etienne Palleau, assistant professor, made it possible by bringing together the Nanotech team from the Laboratory of Physics and Chemistry of Nano-Object (LPCNO), FLUIGENT and the INSA Toulouse Engineering School.   A growing number of International Universities and Engineering Schools are turning to microfluidics within ther research laboratories. This partnership is an example of how FLUIGENT can provide our own expertise on microfluidic experiments not only for researchers and industrials, but also for professors like Etienne Palleau with a complete package. For more information about FLUIGENT solutions, see   Contact INSA/LPCNO: Etienne Palleau ( Contact FLUIGENT: Anne Le Nel ( and Benjamin Rouffet (

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The desired flow rates are quickly reached and without any subsequent instabilities.

Dr. Andrew Hudson, Leicester University, UK

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