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FLUIWELL-4C KIT

P/N = CTQ-KIT-F4C

Designed to help our customers to daily use our Fluiwell-4C with reservoirs up to 2mL.

  • Fluiwell Fitting 10-32 Coined, for 1/16” OD Tubing (x4)
  • Fluiwell-4C Seals (x4)
  • FEP Tubing 1/16” OD x 0.020” ID (2m)
Equipment for microfluidic pumps
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ANY QUESTIONS?

All reservoirs, except  the custom caps, can handle pressurization under 7bar.

Please be careful with the custom caps. For now, there is no bottle compatible with the custom caps having a pressure resistance equal to 7bar. Fluigent strongly advises you to use customs caps with pressure below 2bar only. If you still have questions, please contact Fluigent support at support@fluigent.com.

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All your reservoirs are autoclavable.

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All our Fluiwells are made of Delrin®, our P-CAP are made of anodized aluminum and our custom caps are made of PTFE.

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Check you have not a pneumatic leakage due to a badly screwed fitting.

Check the O-ring is well positioned on the Fluiwell.

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