RESERVOIRS: FLUIWELL 1C-50
Specifically designed for pressurization
The Fluiwell units are:
- tools for pressurizing samples inside the vials in order
- for the fluids to flow through your microfluidic system
- without any pulsations
- Autoclavable – Can be sterilized
- Use of different types of tubing compatible with your own samples
- Suitable for long term experiments
- Flow control for simple or complex applications with a unique product
- Available with vials of 50 mL
- Size (W x L x H mm3): 40x40x50
- Weight: 92 g
- Fluid connectors: 10-32 coned UNF female fittings
- No wetted material: Only disposable materials are wetted
- Type of reservoir (disposable)*: Corning (order vials directly through us)
- Made of Delrin or Aluminium
- Compatible with any tubing < 1/16 inch Outer diameter
- Different size of reservoirs available
- Independent channel
For High-Pressure MFCS™ : P/N = 21050001
For Low-Pressure MFCS™ : P/N = 11050001
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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
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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