Flow sensors in microfluidics: Challenges and new Fluigent sensor to address them
Life Science & Diagnostic OEMs struggle to perform liquid flow rate measurement while guaranteeing sterility in microfluidic applications. Using inline flow sensors can lead to contamination, calibration, and clogging issues.
With the growth of biological applications that make use of micro and millifluidics such as cell cytometry or purification for sample preparation, drug screening, organoids, or organs on chips, the need for a fully sterile, and disposable environment on the fluidic line is intensely growing.
Yet there was no solution for measuring the flow rate in a non-invasive manner, until today.
- Importance of flow rate monitoring and control
- Main flow sensing technologies on the market
- Typical challenges for microfluidic flow sensors
- New disruptive and unique product intro: Non-Invasive Flow Sensor (NIFS)
- NIFS technology explanation
- Product video setup and first tests
Thursday, 16th March 2023
00:47 ✅Importance of flow rate monitoring and control
05:34 ✅Main flow sensing technologies on the market & their challenges
10:49 ✅New disruptive and unique product intro: Non-Invasive Flow Sensor (NIFS)
27:15 ✅Product video setup and first tests