Go With The Flow

No Tools. No Guesswork. No Worries. No Kidding.

Posted on March 2, 2017

Diba’s patented Click-N-Seal® fittings are the only multi-use, finger-tight fittings that cannot be over or under-tightened, eliminating the need for guesswork, even within low pressure connections.

The user is able to hand tighten the fittings without tools or guesswork and be confident that the…

Categories: Connection Fittings

California Or Bust!

Posted on February 6, 2017

Diba Industries is packing its bags and heading cross-country to Anaheim for the annual MD&M West exhibition taking place February 7-9, 2017, at the Anaheim Convention Center.  Be sure to stop by booth #1993 and check out Diba’s HydroPLUS™ level sensor demonstration.

HydroPLUS™ offers continuous…

Building Better Engineers Through Kung Fu

Posted on January 6, 2017

When I think of all the people I’ve worked with over the past 30+ years in the engineering world,  few have had more of a profound impact on me than one particular supervisor I worked for several years ago.

When something went wrong, for which he thought I was…

Categories: Design

My Best Engineering Advice Ever

Posted on December 9, 2016

Life gives us teachable moments on a regular basis. The same may be said about advice, whether given or received.

One piece of sage wisdom given to me way back when, helped me as an engineer and continues to do so even now in my role as Diba’s U…

IVD Market Diagnosis

Posted on November 28, 2016

Diba Industries, Inc. was prominently featured in a recent Medical Product Outsourcing magazine article titled IVD Market Diagnosis. This article succinctly sums up the IVD market and the impact of technology upon it.

Additionally, as the article correctly points out, the IVD market is “… a very dynamic market that is…

Be Sure. Go Custom.

Posted on November 18, 2016

Design engineers who are tasked with optimizing fluidic flow path performance have important decisions to make when designing for medical, life sciences or diagnostic applications.

Traditional fluidic component options that are available for design engineers may consist of off-the-shelf thermoplastic machined manifolds, standard fittings, tubing assemblies, valves, pumps…

The Early Bird Gets The Worm Project

Posted on October 27, 2016

The Importance of Early Involvement in a Project’s Design

When designing an In-Vitro Diagnostics (IVD) system, the level of regulations to which the machines are subject are high (i.e., FDA and/or EU approvals). For this reason, these systems go through extended periods of testing in which…

Categories: Design