Reliability of an instrument is one of the essential needs of IVD Instrument OEMs. To design the best IVD instrument, you need to specify components that are designed to last and help provide reliable test results. With the use of aggressive fluids and harsh operating environments, it can be difficult finding the appropriate components that can handle these conditions while operating reliably.
“The strength and customer focus of our Applications Engineering team at Bio-Chem is second-to-none,” says Chris Murphy, VP of Sales. “They act as technical consultants, active extensions of a customer’s design team, and trusted confidants. The relationships that they develop with our customers is invaluable.”
“Understanding of your customers’ difficulties is at the heart of a good company,” says Bio-Chem Fluidics CEO Sharad Joshi. “Active empathy for your customers’ pains is at the heart of a great company.”
When people come together for a common cause amazing things can happen. This is evident when you step into Bio-Chem Fluidics’ head office in Boonton, NJ where a team of passionate and dedicated individuals join forces to design, manufacture, and support thousands of critical components for life science instruments.
Bio-Chem thrives when we are working together with customers to solve their most challenging fluidics problems. We have been working with customers for many years to develop custom Manifolds that simplify their fluidics systems and optimize their instruments.
We were founded in 1983 as Bio-Chem Valve Corp. and sold simple pinch and isolation valves. Since then we have built a full line of solenoid products that have a history of impacting and improving the global medical device market.
No one likes getting their blood drawn. Doctors, nurses, and lab technicians are looking for instruments that can do more with less sample material. One of the best ways to decrease the necessary sample size for your instrument is by minimizing dead volume in the instrument’s fluidics system.