Microfluidic Chips T channel - Fused Silica Glass - Bottom up

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Microfluidic Chips T channel - Fused Silica Glass - Bottom up



Category: Microfluidic chip, Micromixers Chips, Standard microfluidic chips

A fused silica chip (Bottom up Version)  with a T shaped microfluidic channel connecting two input ports to one output port.


You can choose channel width (from 30 to 30 micron), depth (100 or 300 micron) and the type of connection (luer, upchurch)

Availability: In Stock
€661.00
A fused silica chip (Bottom up Version)  with a T shaped microfluidic channel connecting two input ports to one output port.
You can choose channel width (from 30 to 30 micron), depth (100 or 300 micron) and the type of connection (luer, upchurch)

Microfluidic Chips T channel - Bottom up version

A fused silica chip with a T shaped (T-shaped or T-channel)  microfluidic channel connecting two input ports to one output port.

T channel chips have microfluidic channels with an optically clear (transparent) ceiling and a translucent floor. This feature allows you to visually monitor the microfluidic flow from both sides. If you prefer to have both the floor and the ceiling to be transparent,

sketch microfluidic-Microfluidic Chips T channel - Fused Silica Glass

Available in several channel widths and channel depths, top-down or bottom-up version.

The T channel microfluidic chips are available:

  • Without connectors
  • With UpChurch Nanoport connectors
  • With Luer connectors

microflidic chip glass silica luer

Nanoport & Luer connectors

Material & Fabrication

  • Made from high-quality Fused Silica Glass*
  • Layers are thermally fused together
  • 2" long x 1" wide
  • Thickness is either 1.5mm or 1.17mm, depending on Version (Top Down or Bottom Up)
  • Graduated reticle (1mm spacing) running perpendicular to channel
  • Configuration: Select from table below (Top-Down [Ports on top], or Bottom-Up [Ports on bottom])

 

FUSED SILICA MATERIAL

This glass is composed exclusively of high-purity silica (SiO2) in amorphous (non-crystalline) form. It has a much higher working and melting temperature than other common optical glasses.

Due to its pure composition, Fused Silica is an extremely inert glass and compatible with the vast majority of chemicals used in the industry and in the laboratory

 

Index of refraction of fused silica

Index of refraction of fused silica: (Source: www.mellesgriot.com)

 

 


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