Fluid Imaging Technologies Inc.

Yarmouth, US 04096


About Fluid Imaging Technologies Inc.


Yarmouth, US 04096

More Info on Fluid Imaging Technologies Inc.

Fluid Imaging Technologies of Yarmouth, Maine manufactures the FlowCAM®, a continuousing particle analyzer. By combining the capabilities of Flow Cytometry, Microscopy, Imaging and Fluorescence, substantial measurement synergy is made available. FlowCAM automatically counts, images, and analyzes the particles or cells in a discrete sample or a continuous flow, providing enhanced data collection. The FlowCAM can be customized to accommodate most any environment or unique application.

Products & Press Releases


Particle Analysis

Feb. 12, 2013
The At-Line FlowCAM ES imaging particle analysis system automatically extracts, dilutes and runs samples from within the production or processing line, removing the risk of human...

Articles & News


Georgia Plant Employs Imaging Particle Analysis System

June 30, 2014
Identification of potential methanogen populations leads to possible correlation with anaerobic digester performance
Utility Management

Fluid Imaging Technologies Announces 2014 Grant Recipient

May 21, 2014
The grant was awarded to Deanna Ferguson of the Great Lakes Institute for Environmental Research at the University of Windsor in Ontario

Fluid Imaging Technologies Awards Grant

Jan. 22, 2014
Grant for algae technology research proposal awarded to Texas A&M student
Amanda Wenczel Earns FlowCAM Grant Fluid Imaging Technologies lo-res

Environmental Research Grants Open to Water, Marine Students

Feb. 28, 2013
Fluid Imaging Technologies to provide advanced instrumentation for microbial research
FlowCAM Detects Algal Cells, Cyanobacteria
Utility Management

Fluid Imaging Technologies Contracts with U.S. Army Corps of Engineers

Sept. 14, 2012
Automated FlowCAM imaging particle analysis instrumentation will speed algae detection & help protect drinking water
Wastewater Treatment

Imaging Analysis Protects Colorado Drinking Water From Algae, Invasive Mussels

Jan. 17, 2012
Westminster, Colo., eliminates taste and odor contaminants from drinking water