Microfluidic Mixers with Two Input Ports (T-Channel)

The main channel of this two-input ports fused silica glass microfluidic chip is patterned with asymmetrical sets of chevrons designed to facilitate streams mixing.

[Note: Mixing is a function of numerous application specific parameters such as operational pressure, viscosity, etc. – we make no representation that the mixing chips listed below are suitable for your specific application.]

As with all of our standard fused silica glass chips, this model has microfluidic channels with an optically clear (transparent) ceiling and a translucent floor.

Available in top-down or bottom-up version.

These microfluidic chips are available with or without connectors:

  • Without connectors -- part number ends with –N
  • With Luer connectors -- part number ends with –L
  • With UpChurch Nanoport connectors -- part number ends with -U

** Please note that the bonding agent may extend beyond the connector footprint

Not sure what connectors you need? The following article “What type of connectors should I order?” may help you. 


Material and Fabrication
Glass Chip:
  • 2" long x 1" wide
  • Thickness is either 1.5mm or 1.17mm, depending on Version (Top Down or Bottom Up)
  • Graduated reticle (1mm spacing) running perpendicular to channel
  • Configuration: Select from table below (Top-Down [Ports on top], or Bottom-Up[Ports on bottom])
 Microfluidic Features:
  • Microfluidic channel with nearly vertical walls and flat bottom
  • Chevron covers ~ 1/3 main channel length
  • Channel Ceiling: Flat, Transparent (Optical quality)
  • Channel Floor: Flat, Translucent
  • Channel Width: 100 micron
  • Channel Depth: 100 micron (not including chevrons)
  • Fluid Connectors: Select from table below (None, Luer, Upchurch)


Select the chip(s) you want to purchase from the table below and forward your selection to our Sales department

Standard Mixer (T-Channel) ChipsStandard Mixer (T-Channel) Chips


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