Microdroplets have well defined shape, predetermined compositions. Their small size, low mass and potentially high-throughput formation are the enabling features for the bio-encapsulation and pharmaceutical industry applications. Conventional droplet generation systems suffer from tedious cleaning/sterilization process and longer change over time. In those systems, the concern of contamination is extremely unacceptable when the produced droplets/beads are for biomedical usage.
The microfluidic droplet generation system (SDG 2000) leverages the advantages of microfluidics to make a droplet generation device as a disposable chip. The low cost, disposable and contamination-free chips form the core of the system, and are made from plastic through an injection molding process. The system is able to generate highly uniform sized polymer droplets/microbeads for bio-encapsulation.
Droplet Generation System SDG 2000
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