Semi Automated Vial Packaging and Labelling System Labman

Vial Packaging and Labelling System

A semi-automated vial processing system to increase the production rate of packaging enzyme assay kits. The system is designed to handle four different types of vials, performing customisable dispensing, bunging, capping and labelling.

Automated Metabolite Extraction System

Automated Metabolite Extraction System

The world’s first fully automated metabolite extraction system, used for the preparation of plant tissues and subsequent polar and non-polar metabolite extraction assays.

Evotec Vial Weighing System

An automated vial weighing system incorporating an electronic analytical balance and barcode reader. Featuring a sample tray stacker attached to one end of the robot framework to increase the capacity without significantly increasing the footprint. The stacker has a capacity for up to 40 sample trays.

Micronic Tube Weigher

A bench-mounted tare weighing robot for weighing 1.4ml capacity Micronic tubes. This is one of Labman’s smaller systems with a footprint of 1200mm x 800mm. The robot bed can hold up to 16 Micronic tube racks and is designed to run overnight.

High Throughput Sterile Vial Filling System

A high throughput sterile vial filling system that fills vials with liquids such as blood plasma and viral strains. The system fills 2ml Sarstedt vials and also 4ml Nalgene vials every 3.5 seconds.

High Throughput Precipitate Detection System

High Throughput Precipitate Detection System

A precipitate detecting system installed in Siena, Italy. The system is used to analyse the amount of precipitate in liquid samples. A software algorithm is implemented to automatically determine the amount of precipitate. All vials are tracked using 2D barcodes allowing output transmission data to be outputted to a LIMS system.

Medimmune Sample Purification Robot

The robot is used as part of the development of human monoclonal antibody therapeutics and performs the initial sample purification by passing a number of reagents through SPE columns followed by the sample. The resultant purified sample is collected in Eppendorf tubes ready for aliquoting.