Systems Integration 2019

Worsley Park Marriott Hotel & Country Club, Worsley, Manchester, UK

TTP Ventus will exhibit at Systems Integration. The event focusses on the importance of microfluidic products for automated processes in chemistry, biotechnology and medicine, with presentations and discussion on new technologies and emerging applications. In addition to our presence in the exhibition hall, John Watson, Business Development Manager, will give a talk entitled "The Micropump's role in the microfluidic revolution".


The diagnostics industry (and as a result microfluidic industry) is currently undergoing a similar revolution to the electronics industry some 60 years ago, where the big trends were miniaturization and functional integration. Flow control is one of the key parameters within microfluidic and POC diagnostic devices, as this determines how fluids within a chip are set in motion. Designers are looking for reliable and compact solutions to their flow control needs; this is where the micropump comes in.

Please join us at Systems Integration to learn more about the role of the micropump in microfluidic systems:

Disc Pump
TTP Ventus has designed the multi award-winning Disc Pump™, which brings advantages in its compact form, silence, vibration-free operation, ultra-smooth flow and precise controllability. Disc Pump™ is enabling life science leaders to push the boundaries of their microfluidic and liquid handling systems, in pursuit of new and radical life-saving medical and diagnostic devices; these in turn deliver better patient outcomes and improved quality-of-life.

Disc Pump™ has a unique feature set which brings the following benefits to microfluidic applications:

  • Precise flow control and dispense accuracy
  • System miniaturisation
  • Accurate pressure and vacuum control
  • Rapid response to set point changes
  • Improved ergonomics
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