Fluidic manifold assemblies represent the full spectrum of CMG’s capabilities. We provide tested and validated manifold assemblies to medical, life sciences, and diagnostic OEMs around the world. These “fluidic hubs” manage fluid and gas distribution to optimize the flow paths to all critical fluidic system features.
There are numerous advantages provided by a fluidic manifold assembly that are contributing to the rapid growth of integrated fluidic control systems in new and existing equipment design. Fluidic manifold assemblies help build more compact and reliable equipment, often in a shorter time and at a lower cost for production and continued service. Manifolds have the added advantages of optical clarity and ease of assembly, as well as the capacity for greater design complexity.
Typical components included in a fluidic manifold assembly include:
- Circuit Boards
These components will be integrated and tested for functionality. We routinely execute customer-specified testing requirements to ensure reliability and validation.
These fluidic manifold assemblies can be made from a variety of materials, but common applications utilize the benefits of acrylic, ultem, and polycarbonate. Our engineering team can help you improve your design for manufacturability and select the best material for your application.
For product design engineers developing next generation medical and diagnostic equipment, partnering with an expert in fluidic manifold assemblies is a crucial component of a successful project. Our expertise in fluid dynamics can help your company reduce design, production, and service costs. Buying an integrated manifold assembly will reduce time spent on finding and qualifying multiple products from multiple suppliers. CMG can save OEMs even more time and money by testing the fluidic manifold assembly to your custom specifications. This can result in a truly “plug-and-play” solution for your device, which improves reliability and cost effectiveness.