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Herringbone Mixer Chip

Fluidic 187, COP

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The Herringbone Mixer Fluidic 187 COP microfluidic chip applies passive mixing principles and a herringbone structure to improve mixing. As flows in microchannels are normally laminar, this mixer improves diffusion by adding herringbone structures to the bottom of the mixing channel.

Features and Benefits

  • The herringbone structure improves mixing by increasing lateral velocity
  • Three micromixing units per chip
  • Each unit features two inlets and one outlet
  • The multiple mixing units can be daisy-chained to further improve mixing


Chip Properties:
  • Luer Interface
  • Material: Cyclic Olefin Polymer (COP)
  • Channel Depth: 200μm
  • Channel Width Inlets: 300μm
  • Channel Width Mixer: 600μm
  • Channel Width Outlet: 600μm

This mixer is based on the principles described in A.D. Stroock et al., Chaotic Mixer for Microchannels, Science, 295, 647-651, 2002.

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Sharma T Sanjay et al.
Advanced drug delivery reviews, 128, 3-28 (2017-09-19)
Conventional systematically-administered drugs distribute evenly throughout the body, get degraded and excreted rapidly while crossing many biological barriers, leaving minimum amounts of the drugs at pathological sites. Controlled drug delivery aims to deliver drugs to the target sites at desired
Dongfei Liu et al.
Lab on a chip, 17(11), 1856-1883 (2017-05-10)
The microfluidic technique has brought unique opportunities toward the full control over the production processes for drug delivery carriers, owing to the miniaturisation of the fluidic environment. In comparison to the conventional batch methods, the microfluidic setup provides a range


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