Desktop liquid handling instrument

1st April 2013

More efficient R&D and production processes are leading to increased liquid handling automation in many laboratories. Industrial laboratories in particular are seeking to move away from handheld pipettes towards computer-controlled analysis systems and liquid handling equipment that makes use of robotics.

To meet the growing demand, Biohit is now launching a new type of tool for automated pipetting. The Biohit Roboline is a small, quiet and compact automated liquid handling instrument that can be placed anywhere in the lab. Easy programmability and a fast drag-and-drop function make the tool easy to use and suitable for a wide range of laboratory applications.

The Roboline enables the user to simply automate a single work stage or a whole application. The robotic dispensing module guarantees that results are accurate and precise without the risk of human error. The instrument is particularly suitable for low and medium-throughput laboratories

Biohit’s core competence lies in electronic pipettes. A significant portion of electronic pipettes used worldwide have been developed by Biohit. Biohit Roboline is largely based on the innovations and technologies used in these pipettes. The automatic dispenser offers a new solution to the challenges laboratories face with regard to safety and cost-effectiveness.

The global market for pipettes is growing about 5 to 10 per cent per year. According to Biohit’s estimates, the market for liquid handling devices will see growth in electronic pipettes and easy-to-use desktop instruments, such as the Roboline, in particular.

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