Microfluidics and Lab-On-Chips technologies

 
 

Innovate with microfluidics solutions

Inspired by nature engineering, Microfluidics and Lab-On-Chip technologies opened a new way to manipulate fluids driving at micrometric scale.

 

These disruptive technologies are revolutionizing  various fields as Biotech, fundamental research in Biology and chemistry, cosmetics, Organ-On-Chip, Energy and point of care diagnostics.

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Simplicity

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Reliability

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Speed

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Savings

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Potential of glass microfluidics

Mainly microfluidics technologies used polymer based materials (elastomers, thermoplastics) for the low entry cost and the fast protoyping capabilities. However, glass remain the best material for extreme conditions experiments with a higher chemical and bulge pressure resistances capabilities than conventional polymers.  It is also perfectly polyvalent for various kind of applications requiring optics, cell culturing, or surface grafting.    

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Chemical resistance 

(HNO3, H2SO4~15mol/L)

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Optical benefits

(DUV/UV, VIS and IR)

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Pressure resistance 

(ΔP>10Bar)

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Graffting capabilities

(20°C<Θ<180°C)

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Sensors/transductors compatible 

(dielectric)

Bacteriological control

(No-cytotoxic, Autoclaving)

Lab-on-Chips manufacturing

Klearia’s patented low thermal bonding glass process at temperature <300°C  improved the quality of materials embedment in microfluidic channels conducting to high performance sensors and transductors.

 
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Klearia S.A.S

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FRANCE