Fluidic Systems for Harsh Environments

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Designing Fluidic Systems for Harsh Life Science, Environmental, Medical and Diagnostic Environments

As engineers look to design fluidic systems for life science equipment, careful attention must be paid to the system's environment. While many life science instruments work with innocuous materials, others require wetted paths to withstand aggressive environments that would quickly render the system useless or inaccurate if not properly designed.

Our white paper considers the implications of solvents, acids and bases, particulates, temperature and pressure when designing fluidic systems.

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