We Develop Intelligent Solutions for Sustainable Growth
As an innovative chemical company Wingflow AG makes important contributions to improve the quality of life worldwide. We develop and offer solutions that create added value and sustainable growth.
Our business areas are:
We Offer Professional Solutions in the Fields of Microfluidic Technology and SiO2 Processing
Our focus is on the development and manufacturing of unique equipment for chemistry and pharmacy. Thanks to the experienced and competent team, we create customized technological and technical solutions.
Microfluidic Systems for Laboratories
We develop and produce microfluidic systems for laboratories. The microreaction equipment for laboratories are Qmix and Wmix.
Microfluidic Systems for Pilot and Production Plants
Based on the knowledge gained from laboratory scale, we offer upscaling and manufacturing of pilot and production plants.
Special Equipment for SiO2 Processing
We develop and manufacture equipment for the production of liquid sodium silicate, silica sols and micronized silica gels.
Our Succes Story
Units of Lab Equipment
Units of Pilot Equipment
Installed Industry Plants
Our Main Applications Fields
We Are Trusted Microfluidic Experts
Continuous flow microfluidic has the potential to greatly improve efficiency in the synthesis of most active pharmaceutical ingredients (API).
Microfluidic encapsulation has long been recogni-zed as a way of improving the uptake and release of active pharmaceutical ingredients (API).
Microfluidic technology is increasingly used for isolation, identification and characterization of Circulating Tumor Cells (CTC).
Organ-on-chip is a micro-scale system used for mimicking the human body environment by human tissue models for disease modeling and drug testing.
Lab-on-chip is a class of device that integrates and automates multiple laboratory techniques into a system that fits on a small microfluidic chip.
Microfluidics technology offers unique opportunities to automate IVF procedures, reduce stress imposed upon gametes and embryos, and minimize the operator-to-operator variability.