The bench-top automatic Solids Dispenser SDB-2 is a highly precise and repeatable dosing solution designed for dispensing calibrated volumetric doses of powders. It offers larger dose sizes and a bigger reservoir compared to the SDB-1.
The SDB-2 significantly enhances lab productivity while ensuring process accuracy. It boasts fast volumetric solids dispensing, taking only 2.5-3.5 seconds per dose. Its compact benchtop configuration allows for easy integration into existing workflows, reducing repetitive tasks.
Interchangeable dispensing heads enable quick processing of different materials with varying dose sizes, without the risk of cross-contamination and without requiring cleaning steps. The dispensing head of the SDB-2 is capable of dispensing from 20 mg up to 50 grams and even higher doses, as well as multiples thereof.
An LED display provides real-time feedback on the number of shots being dispensed. The SDB-2 is powered directly from the AC socket, with user-selectable voltage options of 115V or 230V.
Customized solutions, including automation options, are available to cater to specific requirements.
To move to a higher level of automation we have now created a robotic module for our solid dispensers which converts them into benchtop automation solutions.
The SDB-1 solid dispenser integrated into the new Robotic Module can be deployed for automated dispensing in batch processing of wellplates as well as racks of microtubes or vials. The system is controlled from a touch screen controller in the front bezel. Different tube racks formats can be programmed. It can be retrofitted to existing SDB-1 dispensers.
This solution increases productivity by enabling “walk-away” time of lab operators and alleviates tedious repetitive tasks. One staff can operate a number of these robotic systems in parallel
The bench-top automatic Solids Dispenser SDB-1 is a precise and repeatable dosing solution for powders in the laboratory. It significantly improves lab productivity while ensuring process accuracy. Volumetric solids dispensing with the SDB-1 is particularly fast, taking only 2.5-3.5 seconds per dose. Its compact benchtop design allows for easy integration into existing workflows, reducing repetitive tasks.
The SDB-1 features interchangeable dispensing heads, enabling quick processing of different materials without cross-contamination and eliminating the need for cleaning steps. The small dispensing head can dispense doses ranging from 5 mg to 250 mg in a single shot, with the option for incremental dispensing. The large dispensing head can handle doses from 5 mg up to 5 grams and multiples thereof. Additionally, there is a continuous mode available for processes like blending.
An LED display on the dispenser provides real-time feedback on the amount of powder being dispensed. The SDB-1 is powered directly from the AC socket, with user-selectable voltage options of 115V or 230V.
Customized solutions, including automation capabilities, are also available to meet specific requirements.
The handheld Solids Dispenser SDH-1 is a compact and efficient device designed to dispense precise and repeatable doses of powders. It offers fast volumetric dispensing, taking only 2.5-3.5 seconds per dose. Its handheld configuration makes it easy to integrate into lab workflows, reducing tedious powder dosing tasks.
The SDH-1 features interchangeable dispensing heads, allowing for quick processing of different materials without the risk of cross-contamination. The device is lightweight and battery-operated, offering the convenience of freehand solids dosing. The LED display on the dispenser shows the dose increments being dispensed, ensuring accuracy.
To accommodate various dose volumes, the SDH-1 comes with 10 volumetric dispensing disks that cover a range of 2.5mm³ to 300mm³. Additional calibrated dispensing disks can be obtained for specific dose volumes, and a calibration certificate is provided for accuracy assurance.
For larger dose volumes of up to 700mm³, a mid-size dispensing head is available as an option. The SDH-1 can be charged from an AC power socket, supporting both 115V and 230V power sources.
The manual Solids Dispenser SDM-1 offers precise and repeatable dispensing of calibrated volumetric doses of powders. It enhances lab productivity and ensures accurate solids/powder dosing. With its compact handheld design, it seamlessly integrates into workflows, reducing repetitive measuring tasks. The SDM-1 can be calibrated for dosing between 5 mg and 250 mg in a single dose, depending on the material.
The patented Microcapper MCF-13A automates the process of attaching screw caps to microtubes or vials in laboratories. It enhances lab productivity, occupational health and safety, and process integrity.
The MCF-13A ensures consistent torque for capping, preventing leakage during transportation. It reduces hand fatigue and eliminates the tedious task of manual capping, which can lead to conditions like carpal tunnel syndrome.
Designed for hands-free capping of 13mm microtubes used in labs for sample preparation and processing, the MCF-13A can be customized for various cap, vial, and microtube sizes. It is a compact, lightweight, and portable bench-top device with a small footprint.
Operating the MCF-13A is user-friendly and requires minimal training. Caps are poured into a feeder, and capping is done by inserting a microtube into the tube holder and pressing a button.
The Microcapper MCF-13A is a compact, AC-powered table-top device that plays a vital role in any capping process with screw caps.
The patented Microcapper MCF-13 automates the process of attaching screw caps to microtubes in laboratories. It improves lab productivity, occupational health and safety, and process integrity.
The MCF-13 ensures consistent tightening of caps to prevent leakage during transportation. It reduces operator hand fatigue and eliminates the tedious task of hand capping, which can lead to conditions like carpal tunnel syndrome.
Designed for 13mm tubes commonly used in labs for sample preparation and processing, the MCF-13 can be customized for different cap, vial, and tube sizes. It is a compact bench-top device with a portable design.
Operating the MCF-13 requires minimal training as caps are poured into a feeder and capping is done by inserting a microtube into the tube holder, pushing it to the capping position, and then lowering it with the attached cap.
The Microcapper MCD-13 is a compact, user-friendly device used for attaching screw caps to microtubes in laboratories. It ensures consistent tightening to prevent leakage and reduces hand fatigue. The MCD-13 works with various cap, vial, and tube sizes, promoting process integrity. It is easy to operate with minimal training, and it also includes a de-capping function.