Vortex Fluidic Technologies Launches


Flinders Partners, the commercial arm for Flinders University, launched Vortex Fluidic Technologies today to help commercialise the Vortex Fluidic Device (VFD) developed by Professor Colin Raston and his team. Vortex Fluidic Technologies will be initially based in the brand new, state-of-the-art Flinders@Tonsley building pictured above, and will seek to complete a limited first production run of VFDs for sale to research customers and industrial clients around the world. 

Based on this initial success Vortex Fluidic Technologies will seek a capital raising that will be used to expand production and scale-up volume production capabilities. We also hope to partner with customers who have independently developed new and useful applications for their VFD by providing additional development and commercialisation support as may be needed to help these applications reach the marketplace.