Cooperation Between Micronit and Fluigent
News Mar 06, 2013
Micronit Microfluidics and Fluigent have entered into a co-promotion agreement, enabling to promote each other’s products.
Fluigent has already integrated Micronit chips and chip holder in its demonstration package at customer sites and conferences.
Micronit has set-up a Fluigent fluid handling system at its site, for chip characterization and for demonstration purposes.
The Parties aim at leveraging on each other technical expertise and market experience, to offer products that can be easily integrated into any microfluidics experiments for R&D laboratories and industrial applications.
Micha Mulder, Managing Director of Micronit is excited about the products of Fluigent : “The Fluigent system works perfectly with our microfluidic chips. It’s really a plug and play system and is capable of very precise manipulation of liquids in microchannels because it makes use of pressurized reservoirs. We also got positive feedback from customers that use the Fluigent system with our chips and holder.”
François Leblanc, CEO of Fluigent is glad to join marketing and promotion activities with Micronit, “We are excited to announce this collaboration with Micronit, a major independent player in microfluidic chip design and manufacturing. I am eager to move forward!.”
Micronit Microfluidics has extensive experience in micromachining and microfluidics and is a key supplier of microfluidic devices to life sciences and chemistry markets.
Micronit is providing high quality lab-on-a-chip components for analytical instrumentation and is also a dedicated research and development partner for both science and industry.
Since 2006, Fluigent has developed, manufactured and commercialized innovative microfluidic flow control and fluid handling solutions for laboratories, research units and industrial all around the world.
Enabling full control of microfluidic systems (pressure, flow rate and voltage), Fluigent technologies provide innovating solutions for all microfluidic and lab-on-a-chip applications.
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