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Fluidic Connect PRO - microfluidic chips connected fast, easy and robust

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The brand new Fluidic Connect PRO chipholder makes connecting your microfluidic components to the outside world faster and easier than ever before. The innovative Load 'n' Seal technique assures leak-tight connections without the possibility of breaking your microfluidic chips. By cleverly making the use of inserts the holder can easily be adapted to chips of different sizes, thicknesses and functionalities. Multiple chips can even be connected fluidically and electrically at the same time. This easy usage also makes it an ideal component to integrate into your devices.

The Load 'n Seal design assures tight connections without the
possibility of breaking precious microfluidic chips. By cleverly
making use of inserts the holder can easily be adapted to chips of
different sizes and thicknesses. It is even capable of connecting
multiple chips at one time.

Special Features:

• Fast, easy, and robust fluidic connections
• Future proof thanks to replaceable inserts
• Holder defined sealing to prevent chip cracking
• Simultaneous connection of multiple chips
• Large chip viewing area possible
• Compatible with upright and inverted microscopes
• Suitable for resealable flowcells
• Able to connect chips from 15 x 15 mm up to 30 x 90 mm

Product Fluidic Connect PRO - microfluidic chips connected fast, easy and robust
Company Micronit Microfluidics B.V.
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Micronit Microfluidics B.V.
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