Vial Weighing System

A small weighing system installed in Siena, Italy. The system weighs either Micronic vials or Wheaton vials to five decimal places. The system has capacity for nine blocks of 96 Micronic vials or nine blocks of 24 Wheaton vials. The cycle time for this system is 20 seconds per vial.

LiDCo Electrode In-fill & painting Systems

In collaboration with LiDCo, Labman developed two systems: one fills blood sensors with electrolytic gel; the other coats a polypropylene sensor with silver-based paints and holds over 400 unpainted electrodes.

Vial & Tube Filling and Capping Systems

These systems automate the production of immunology diagnostic kits and other production liquid filling systems. The systems need to fill tubes (e.g. fritted reaction tubes) with a solution sometimes with suspended particles, cap the tubes and place them into the kits or racks ready for shipping.

Vitens Automated Water Laboratory

An entire water laboratory system for Vitens Laboratorium in Leeuwarden, Holland that runs unattended overnight with results ready first thing in the morning.

AstraZeneca Vial Weighing System

A pair of systems for AstraZeneca that tare weigh, re-weigh, sort, cap, decap and barcode read screw capped glass vials. To reduce the footprint of the robots, Labman implemented bowl feeders to automatically feed vials and caps into the robot workspace.

Forced Degradation Robot

This system prepare samples of candidate drug powders prior to stress testing and analysis and automates forced degradation processes. Samples are heated and shaken in up to six separate heater/shakers each with capacity for 24 vials.