Manifolds and Microfluidic Chips - Takasago Fluidic Systems
Manifolds and Microfluidic Chips
The use of a manifold for the plumbing between individual valves and pumps can bring compact installation of components, a decrease in plumbing and a reduction in flow-path length. We can propose manifolds to meet your requirements by variations such as material and manufacturing processes etc. Chips with fine channels can offer competitive prices in mass production quantities through bonding injection-moulded plastic plates or resin films. For this reason, these chips are suitable for use as disposable testing chips.
List of Manifolds and Microfluidic Chips
Using our precise processing machines, we manufacture Custom Manifolds according to your requirements. In addition to solenoid valves and pumps, sensors, filters, or fittings can also be mounted on the Custom Manifolds. We are pleased to offer you manifolds with flow channel configuration suitable to applications.
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This is a 100% PTFE manifold, with internal channels made by the bonding of two layers of modified PTFE. The internal channels are pre-machined on the bonding surfaces. Due to excellent chemical resistance, this product is compatible with a wide range of fluids. See more details.
The Film Chip is extremely thin and made with precise channels micromachined in layers of bonded resin films.. It is flexible and can be curved. Through the mounting of fluid control devices such as miniature valves on the film, employment as a microTAS application is possible. Available film materials are chemically-inert Polyimide (PI), COC (Cyclic olefin copolymer) and Polyethylene naphthalate. See more details.
A range of chips made by bonding precision-moulded plastic plates is available, offering competitive prices in mass production quantities. The minimum channel size is 50μm square. Channel pattern can be freely designed. A choice of material COC (cyclic olefin copolymer), PMMA (acrylic) and PS (polystyrene) is available. These materials all exhibit excellent optical characteristics. See more details.