• Enhanced degassing for nanofluidic precision
    The DEGASi® Plus Nano and DEGASi® from Biotech Fluidics.


Enhanced degassing for nanofluidic precision

Dec 11 2023

Biotech Fluidics is pleased to introduce two new models to its DEGASi® family of in-line degassers, catering to the demands of nanofluidic systems with enhanced performance and versatility.

Designed for nanofluidic studies, the DEGASi® Plus Nano and DEGASi® Plus UltraNano tackle the challenges of this domain by minimising hold-up volume and ensuring broad chemical compatibility.

Nanofluidic studies play a pivotal role in analysing liquid properties and transport phenomena at the nanoscale, typically ranging from 1 nL/min to 100 nL/min. These studies have applications in biomolecular research, energy conversion, medicine, and water desalination, as well as the synthesis of novel nanomaterials.

The DEGASi® Plus Nano, with an internal volume of only 25µl, is optimised for degassing fluid flows up to 100 uL/minute. Additionally, Biotech Fluidics offers an Ultra version of this degasser, boasting a minimal hold-up volume of just 6uL, ideal for extremely low flow applications (up to 25 uL/minute).

Both the Nano and Nano-Ultra degassers are constructed with Systec AF membrane, ensuring compatibility with water-based media and most organic liquids (excluding alkanes and fluorinated solvents). The liquid flow path is metal-free, guaranteeing full biocompatibility. The inclusion of female 10-32 coned ports for liquid connectors allows compatibility with even the smallest ID tubing. Compliant with RoHS and REACH standards, the operating temperature for both DEGASi® Nano systems is 4-60⁰C, utilising the reliable ZHCR Vacuum technology.

Designed to occupy a compact bench footprint, the new Nano and Nano-Ultra degassers are available in configurations ranging from 1 to 6 channels, serving as standalone units or OEM solutions to meet diverse user requirements.

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