mikroglas chemtech GmbH, is based in Mainz, on the Rhine, and was established in February 2004. The company is specialised with great success in the production of micro-technological products made of glass.
Because of its outstanding good properties, glass offers a wide range of opportunities in micro-technology; the product range stretches from micro-titerplates made of glass, which can be used in such fields as DNA or protein analysis, to micro-reaction systems for the manufacture of chemical and/or pharmaceutical products.
mikroglas produces both prototypes for research purposes and large unit quantities for industrial use. New approaches are being produced almost every day to the solution of problems arising from the break-neck pace developments in the technical field of micro-technology.
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