Dolomite Microfluidics’ Mitos P-Pumps enable reliable production of highly monodisperse droplets

Dolomite Microfluidics' Mitos P-Pumps are proving popular with customers around the globe. Designed specifically for microfluidic systems, this key enabling technology is ideally suited for the production of highly monodisperse droplets in a diverse array of scientific sectors, such as food, cosmetics, agrochemicals, pharma, diagnostics and biomedicine.

Dolomite Microfluidics' Mitos P-Pumps are proving popular with customers around the globe. Designed specifically for microfluidic systems, this key enabling technology is ideally suited for the production of highly monodisperse droplets in a diverse array of scientific sectors, such as food, cosmetics, agrochemicals, pharma, diagnostics, drug delivery and biomedicine. Typical applications include the generation of emulsions, capture of single or multiple cells in monodisperse droplets, and the production of polymer beads and hydrogel particles.


Mitos P-Pumps offer the ultimate flexibility for single chips and process scale-up, accommodating a wide range of standard and non-standard vessels, from milliliters to many liters. They can also be easily integrated with Telos high throughput droplet manufacture systems, enabling production of up to a tonne of highly monodisperse droplets, particles or emulsions per month. Easy to use and quick to set up, they offer precise pressure control from 0 to 10 bar, and deliver extremely stable, pulseless liquid flow, seamlessly integrating with Mitos Flow Sensors to allow accurate control of a wide range of flow rates, from nanoliters to milliliters per minute. A choice of modules is available, which can be controlled either directly from the pump or via PC software.

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