Biophysical Tools GmbH is your competent partner for Microfluidics – starting with the experiment planning up to its realisation. We are experts in ultra-precise and -fast flow control of fluids (liquids and gases) in Microfluidics and Mesofluidics, which is the focus of our both leading product groups, and in automation and miniaturisation of experiment protocols where fluidics plays a role.

Our goal is to provide highly precise standards for quantitive measurements in Biophysics, Biochemistry, Biology and Medicine. In addition, you benefit from our optional Open Source solution for the system control, for you can develop and adapt it on your own. We integrate our products into your IT environment and develop automatic protocols for the realisation of your specific experiments.

You will get microfluidic devices for stable and precise flow control based on pressure control – in biology, flow chemistry, medical research, biophysics and even more. Precise measurement at microscale,  integration of all devices in any laboratory environment and high usability are our goals.

If you want to know how to calculate flow rate, volume flow or mass flow or which chip design is appropriate for your specific experiment, let us look together for optimal approach. We simulate flowsdevelop models and can implement your ideas as rapid prototyping.


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Add-ons for microfluidic setups and services

Combine the flow controller with a silent mobile pressure and vacuum source PVS or different manifolds and switches to get more out of 4 channels.


Pressure and vacuum sources
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We implemented a function generator directly on the microcontroller of the pressure control system P2CS. Now functions can be implemented much faster.

An upgrade of the perfusion kit MPS-X is available.

We had a talk at the ProcessNet MPH+CFD (expert group within DECHEMA e.V.) on the topic:

“Principles for Channel Design for Spatio-Temporal Mixing”