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Posted: July 12, 2010

Dolomite Introduces New Range of Droplet Generation Systems

(Nanowerk News) Dolomite, a world leader in microfluidic design and manufacture, has introduced the Micro Droplet Systems which enable rapid advances in droplet microfluidics and allow users to produce more than 10,000 monodispersed droplets per second. Built around Dolomite's industry leading microfluidic pumps, connectors and chips, the Micro Droplet Systems benefit a wide range of applications including compartmentalised chemistry, high throughput experimentation and the formation of monodispersed emulsions or beads.
Comprising of: the Pressure-based Droplet Starter System; the Syringe-based Droplet Starter System; and the Droplet Advanced System, this novel product range enables researcher to get up and running immediately. Andrew Lovatt, CEO, Dolomite commented, 'Micro-droplets is a fascinating and rapidly growing area of industrial research. We are delighted to be launching these innovative systems, providing our clients with the best tools, allowing them to focus on creating the best science. Our extensive microfluidic design and fabrication experience also enables us to assist researchers by working with them to create tailored solutions optimized for their application'.
For bespoke applications, Dolomite designs and manufactures custom chips, tailored to meet the requirements of any laboratory. For further information on Dolomite's custom capabilities and the entire range of Micro Droplet Systems, as well as Dolomite's complete range of microfluidic products, including chips, connectors/interconnects, pumps, valves and flow sensors, please visit
Source: Dolomite (press release)
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