New Brochure on Piezo Transducers for Microfluidics

Auburn, MA – Piezoelectric microfluidic devices are used for dispensing and controlling miniscule volumes down to the nanoliter and picoliter range. These piezo transducers enable liquid handling applications in the field of lab automation and vitro diagnostics.


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Application examples for piezo microfluidic devices are:

  • Shock-Free Pumping of Small Liquid Volumina
  • Precise Droplet Generation
  • PCR or Genome Sequencing
  • Challenging Separating and Sorting Tasks
  • Active Fluid Mixing
  • Valve Functions with Very Low Flow Rates
  • Molecular Diagnostics, e.g., ELISA Testing
  • Cytometry and Single Cell Isolation
  • Point-of-Care and Lab-on-a-Chip Systems
  • Microarray Spotting

Download | Piezo Transducers for Microfluidics brochure

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