instrument602 is the most recently developed filling machine from M2-Automation. It is perfect for aliquoting liquids into four adjustable trays for ELISA, cell media and other bottles.
It is controlled by an integrated computer and has one start button for the whole system, providing immediate full-screen access.
The initialisation phase for filling takes only 30 seconds, and each tray has its own bottle definition. This enables users to design their own filling patterns by controlling the number of trays and bottles, the filling bulk reservoir, the dosing parameters, the volume and the pump speed.
It is suitable for liquids with different viscosities and properties, including organic solvents.
Highly flexible volume range
Reduced lab space
Flexible deck configuration of bottles
Volume range: 0.1 mL to 500 mL
User-friendly software application
instrument602 Filling Machine
Economical Non-Contact Liquid Handling System for your Applications
The self-explanatory software is easy to understand and a pleasure to use. It guides the user through all features such as bottle and volume settings.
Bottle layout, variety within the system layout and capacity levels for filling are all specified at each production stage by the needs of the customer, then fully automated and integrated into the filling lines.
The Main Screen reflects the current instrument status and run configuration.
User-friendly software: simply choosing the bottle and the colour of the pipet set will show a selection of the possible volume ranges.
Usable for production-scale capacities
Suitable for training perposes
Aliquoting bulk solutions into smaller portions
Filling vials, vessels amd bottles for ELISA production
Filling spray bottles for medical applications
Filling liquid reference materials
Drive Range (X/Y/Z)
110cm / 60cm / 20cm
190cm / 82cm / 160cm
M24You Technology & Innovation
Call Us at +49 30 856 11 939 0 and check out our great features.
instrument301 is an automation solution for processing microarrays or blot membranes. This includes all washing steps and downstream reactions, ... read more