Cutting Edge Diagnostic Platform
Microfluidic diagnostic platforms utilizing J-Pac Medical’s on-chip reagent blisters help eliminate multi-step lab processes where human error and instrument contamination are most likely to occur.
Our expertise in medical grade polymer manipulation, excellence in frangible and burst seal technology, and ongoing investments in unit-of-use reagent reservoirs and unit dose delivery systems that integrate into various stat testing applications have made J-Pac Medical a trusted partner for developing microfluidic based diagnostic products.
J-Pac Medical has developed two reagent delivery technologies in single or multi-well formats for common lab-on-chip formats: burst (pierce-able) and frangible seal blisters. Burst blisters are typically used in applications where the test equipment pierces and evacuates the fluid. Frangible seal blister technology is used to deliver controlled release of reagents using J-Pac’s differential seal technology. By using differential weld strengths designed to fail under specific pressure, unit-of-use reagent reservoirs in customized formats can be integrated into many existing diagnostic test platforms, helping manufacturers to create new offerings without drastic changes in the product line.
J-Pac’s custom delivery systems are designed to meet specific product requirements (including directionality of flow), protect the product, assure sterile transfer and maintain consistently successful delivery to patients. Our highly automated production methods ensure precise reagent filling for single and multiple-well formats, allowing tests to be consistent and reproducible.
J-Pac Medical’s frangible and burst seals offer a convenient way to bring new or improved diagnostic products to market quickly and affordably. High quality standards assure our customers that we will meet their unique product specifications every time.
Whether customers need 10,000 or ten million reagent blisters, J-Pac Medical designs, validates and produces to meet their requirements on site. Click here for more information on development kits that are available for each blister configuration.