Scienion FLEXARRAYER S5 Liquid Suspension System (Printer)
The sciFLEXARRAYER is capable of automated ultra-low volume liquid handling of various types of samples (i.e. biological, organic, nanoparticle and dyes) in diagnostics, genomics, proteomics and technical applications. In addition, due to the inert nature of the glass capillaries, it is an ideal tool for miniaturized chemistry applications, such as in polymer and materials research. Within seconds, liquid volumes between 100 picoliters and 1 microliter can be spotted in steps of 100 picoliters. This system is driven by the state-of-the art non-contact dispensing technology. (a) Sci-FLEXARRAYER S5 system. (b) Nozzles. (c) Photograph of each droplet with an average volume of 300-400 pL. (d) 64-sensor GMR chip before printing. (e) 64-sensor GMR chip after printing. (f) Two-reaction-well GMR chip before printing. (g) Two-reaction-well GMR chip after printing.
Z-Lab Handheld GMR Biosensing System
The Z-lab handheld system is a portable device for the early diagnosis of various diseases. It can be wirelessly connected to smartphones, tablets and computers. Biological samples are added into the reaction wells on the GMR chip. The real-time binding curve can be readout through a user-friendly interface with a total testing time of less than 10 min.
The fume hood in Bio-Lab ventilates and limits the exposure to hazardous or toxic fumes, vapors or dust.
Centrifuge &Nutating Mixer & Lab Dancer
(a) The centrifuge uses sample tubes, the radial acceleration causes denser particles to settle to the bottom of the tube, while low-density substances rise to the top
(b) The three-dimensional shaking motion of this nutating mixer is gentle yet efficient, making it ideal for mixing samples in blood and centrifuge tubes.
(c) Lab dancer. Designed for mixing small test samples with a touch function.
Magnetic Annealing System
The system is used for thermal annealing under a magnetic field. The annealing process is done under vacuum with automatically controlled duration and temperature. The annealing temperature can be as high as 400 ℃ and the maximum magnetic field is 5 kOe.