Herringbone Mixer - Glass Chip

Herringbone Mixer - Glass Chip

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This micromixer chip is a useful tool for mixing liquids through the herringbone-shaped channel optimally. Its convenient 1/4-28 UNF threaded ports allow to connect the chip to your setup in a second!
€249.00
This micromixer chip is a useful tool for mixing liquids through the herringbone-shaped channel optimally. Its convenient 1/4-28 UNF threaded ports allow to connect the chip to your setup in a second!

The easy set-up of this versatile glass chip offers a rapid way to mix two fluids by decreasing the necessary length for diffusion and increasing the probability for solute transport between fluids.

This herringbone chip is convenient, cost-effective and reliable for all your experiments:

  • Highly-resistant and optically clear glass
  • Standard microscope glass slide size (25 x 75 mm)
  • Standard 1/4-28 UNF threaded ports
  • Easy handling

Simply connect the chip to your setup using 1/4"-28 fittings for 1/16" OD or 1/8" OD tubing.

 

Options

Here are optional accessories compatible with the chip. You can select these options above or directly add them to your cart through their product pages.

Connect your chip using:

  • Slide format: 25 x 75 m
  • Channel depth: 0.08 mm
  • Channel width:  0.1 to 0.5 mm
  • Volume: 3.3 µL
  • Volume Mixer: 0.47 µL
  • Length Mixer: 28.7 mm
  • Material: Glass
  • Connectors: 1/4″-28 Fittings 

In the mixing section there are 6 mixing elements (chevrons) form one block (half cycle) and 30 blocks, so there are 15 complete cycles in total. The chip is tested with pressures from 1 to 3 bar, but there are also few examples of utilisation up to 10 bar.

  • The two arms of one chevron are 1/3 to 2/3 of the channel dimension (200 µm)
  • The distance between the chevrons is 50 µm
  • Each mixing element is 50 µm width and 30 µm height

 

T-29 Herringbone Mixer

 

Principle

The Herringbone Mixer significantly accelerates the mixing in the low Reynolds number regime by inducing the formation of chaotic flows. 

The microchannel presents a specific pattern with asymmetric herringbone shaped grooves on its bottom able to generate helical flow and chaotic stirring for mixing two liquids.

Mixing of the fluid flowing through microchannels is important in a variety of applications: e.g., in the homogenization of solutions of reagents used in chemical reactions.

 

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Shipping

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