Microfluidic fluid analysis technology is an integral part of our laboratory workflows at FluidicsLab. We integrate microfluidics to complement or replace conventional measurement methods for IOR/EOR, H2 storage and CCS/CCUS applications. More than that, our understanding of the full range of experiments allows us to combine the best of both worlds and to create valuable synergies.
In short: We are able to provide you with an accurate window to your reservoir, enabling you to see what’s happening inside your rock.
The fast and economical visualisation of fluid dynamic flow and processes helps reduce costs and accelerates investigations. This makes microfluidics an ideal solution for energy companies, IOR/EOR & PVT departments, people working in energy storage and fluid analytics (researchers, engineers), as well as researchers in the field of low carbon/environmental gases applications.
Good to know: Accurate and efficient fluid analysis performed at extreme conditions and under tight deadlines can also accelerate the implementation of net-zero projects. This ultimately results in faster decarbonisation. Additionally, employing microfluidic testing methods minimises the laboratory's environmental impact, as fewer chemicals are used in the experiments.
Microfluidics technology by FluidicsLab is suitable for a range of applications and offers many advantages over traditional methods, including – but not limited to – the ability to process small volumes of fluid more quickly and with greater accuracy.
We invited HOT FluidicsLab to provide laboratory support in our research of potential candidates for Underground Hydrogen Storage (UHS) in Austria. HOT FluidicsLab never ceased to impress with their professionalism, persistence and surpassing any our expectations in delivering highly valuable and reliable data.
Our most recent work was featured in the following publications:
Borovina, Ante, Rafael E. Hincapie, Torsten Clemens, Eugen Hoffmann, and Jonas Wegner. 2022.
Polymers. 2022; 14(24):5514. https://doi.org/10.3390/polym14245514
Calvin Lumban Gaol, Jonas Wegner and Leonhard Ganzer
Lab on a Chip, 2020, 20. Jg., Nr. 12, S. 2197-2208. DOI https://doi.org/10.1039/D0LC00257G
Tahir, Muhammad, Rafael E. Hincapie, Nils Langanke, Leonhard Ganzer, and Philip Jaeger. 2020.
Polymers 12, no. 6: 1227. https://doi.org/10.3390/polym12061227
FluidicsLab offers cutting-edge microfluidic fluid analysis technology that gives you the power to see inside your rock. It lets you build a window to your reservoir, enabling you to make informed decisions fast and with the best possible knowledge. To learn more about our solutions and how they can help you streamline your operations, get in touch with us today!