Dolomite, a world
leader in microfluidic design and manufacture, reported exceptional growth in
2009, doubling its year on year turnover, with a significant improvement in
profitability. With numerous new product launches throughout the year, Dolomite
has been able to provide both standard solutions and custom designs for microfluidic
devices, sub-systems and instrumentation.
Furthermore, 2010 shows great promise with an expanded team, including two
recently appointed European Business Development Managers, and an increasing
demand from existing and new sectors. Andrew Lovatt, newly-appointed CEO, commented,
“Microfluidics is becoming increasingly important in many sectors and
Dolomite’s offerings cover everything from standard devices to complete
bespoke instrumentation development. As a result, we are uniquely positioned
to assist our clients in maximising their success in this exciting new market.”
Having launched six new products, including the Mitos XS-pump and the Mitos
P-Pump (pressure) for extra smooth flow, as well as eight new standard micro-fluidic
devices such as the Y-junction Chip and the Mitos Droplet Junction Chip, Dolomite
is rapidly increasing its product range to meet user requirements. With an extended
range of production processes, Dolomite has mastered the optimisation of quartz
microfluidic chip fabrication. Consequently, instrument manufacturers not only
benefit from this expertise and experience, but also from the properties of
synthetic quartz within bioscience and medical systems.
For further information on the complete range of microfluidic products available
from Dolomite, including chips, connectors/interconnects, pumps, valves and
flow sensors, please visit www.dolomite-microfluidics.com.