One of the challenges in using micro- or nanoscale devices is the connection to the macro world. Microfluidic devices are getting smaller and smaller and so are pumps and detection equipment, but how to connect them to each other?
For the connection of glass microfluidic devices to each other or to external equipment, Micronit offers several solutions.
For experimental setups, Micronit offers different chip holders for connecting microfluidic chips to peripheral equipment. The Fluidic Connect Chip Holder is suitable for pressure-driven flow experiments; the Microfluidic EOF Kit is suitable for electro-osmotic flow experiments, such as capillary electrophoresis.
Both chip holders are available in standard configurations, but Micronit can adapt them to specific needs. Micronit Microfluidics also provides custom connecting and packaging solutions.