- Speed Up Daily Liquid Handling Applications With No Automation!
Product News: Speed Up Daily Liquid Handling Applications With No Automation!INTEGRA electronic pipetting tools bridge the gap between traditional handheld pipettes and large robotic systems. The result is a higher level of productivity without the cost or training associated of complex automated systems. Visit Booth 2001 to see and work with INTEGRA's complete range of innovative electronic pipettes and liquid handling solutions. Read below to find out more about two of our awarding winning products:
VIAFLO 96 is the first handheld electronic pipette which allows simultaneous transfers of 96 samples; there is no easier or faster tool for liquid transfers between 96 and 384 well plates. The intuitive user interface allows you to dispense to well plates in only seconds without needing to set up complex programs. The VIAFLO 96 is as simple to use as any other pipette in your lab. With the choice of four interchangeable pipetting heads, it allows you to accurately pipette volumes from 0.5 to 1250µL. Typical applications include replicating of plates, compressing 96 plates into a 384 format, dispensing buffers / master mixes, exchanging culture media and simultaneously start / stop 96 reactions. Watch the VIAFLO 96 video >>
The VIAFLO voyager is the first electronic pipette featuring an automatic mechanism to alter the tip spacing with the press of a button. Transfer multiple samples at once instead of going back and forth with your single channel pipette a hundred times. This not only saves time, but also minimizes the risk of transcription errors. The tip spacing is freely adjustable and thus helps you to accelerate sample transfers between virtually any labware formats. For example, 24 / 48 / 96 / 384 well plates, tube racks or SDS / agarose gels. Simply customize the tip spacing to fit your applications needs. Watch the VOYAGER video >> Recent Awards
2008 Award: ALA New Product Award
2009 Award: NHHTC Product Of The Year
2010 Award: R&D 100 Award
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