Micronit Expands Cleanroom
News Jul 15, 2013
Micronit has recently expanded its cleanroom facilities both in space and equipment. This is a result of a growing order portfolio and the introduction of new production techniques.
With these additional cleanroom facilities, Micronit can now easily meet the demands and expectations of today and those of the future in the fields of Microfluidics and MEMS.
Micronit has over a decade of experience in the microfluidics market, serving its customers from design to prototyping to manufacturing.
The unique approach of Micronit based on microfluidics and application know-how, high quality standards and its production facilities has lead to many satisfied customers.
“Micronit is driven to produce innovative and custom based microfluidic components, allowing our clients to break-through in new markets successfully. Our ambition to grow is supported by the High Tech Factory which offers flexible, high-tech infrastructure closely linked to MESA+, a community of over 500 people active in micro- and nanotechnology", says Ronny van ‘t Oever, Director and co-founder of Micronit Microfluidics.
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