Micralyne is a leader in design and fabrication of Microfluidic Chips.
These chips range from simple designs for single sample injection through to complex designs with multiple functional areas that allow for multiple samples/diluent addition, microfluidic mixing, and microfluidic separation. These microfluidic chips are used in a large number of applications including genomic analysis, proteomic separation and analysis, flow cytometry, biowarfare detection, water analysis, cell analysis, etc.
Micralyne has nearly 30 years experience in developing and manufacturing microfluidic chip devices. We are your ideal partner for bringing your microfluidic chips to market.
Chip Designs and Dimensions
Micralyne works with our customers to optimize microfluidic chip design and layout.
Microfluidic Chip Formats
Micralyne can provide microfluidic chips in a variety of formats from a few millimeters square to tens of centimeters square.
Micralyne uses a number of materials for fabricating microfluidic chip devices; these include:
- Low fluorescence Schott Borofloat™ glass
- Corning 0211 borosilicate glass
- Fused silica
Microfluidic Channel Dimensions
Through wet etching, Micralyne can fabricate channel depths from 0.2 μm through to 100’s of microns. Microfluidic chip channel widths can range from a few microns to hundreds or even thousands of microns.
Dry etching can be used for silicon and quartz. Channel depths can range from 0.2 μm through to 100’s of microns. Channel widths can range from a few microns to hundreds or even thousands of microns.
If you require a custom microfluidic chip, please Contact us.
Chip Access Holes
Micralyne uses a variety of techniques to fabricate access holes for microfluidic chip devices from ultrasonic milling, powder blasting, and laser drilling. We can assist you in determining the best method for your product.
Start Microfluidic Chip Development Today
Micralyne will work closely with you to produce the Microfluidic Chip device you need. Contact us today to discuss the development and fabrication of your microfluidic device.