New Automated Sample Preparation System
Mar 06 2018 Read 485 Times
Teledyne CETAC Technologies haveintroduced a new automated sample preparation system to the market. This system is designed to automate the sample preparation process for environmental, mining, pharma, clinical and soil laboratories. The SimPrep utilises the industry standard ASX-560 or ASX-280 autosampler, both manufactured by Teledyne CETAC, and a high precision dual syringe pump with flexible, simple software. Both the autosampler and syringe pump have proven to be robust, fast, accurate and precise solutions to laboratories worldwide.
“The SimPrep is a labour saving sample prep system for the complex to simple sample preparation found in today’s labs, which saves on the bottom line of the laboratory” says Gary Preister, Teledyne CETAC Business Development Manager. “We are very excited to release this solution to assist our customers in eliminating the manual sample preparation steps performed on a daily basis,” adds Preister.
The SimPrep does more than just mixing and dispensing; it can automatically create spikes,calibration cures from predefined dilution factors, serial dilutions, internal standard additions, 1-to-1 and 1-to-many sample transfers (splitting) and acidified samples
SimPrep includes a wide range of syringes from 20µL (microliter) to 50mL (milliliter) and a single system can serve multiple techniques such as ICP-MS, ICP, AA, Colorimeter, IC and FIA.
Typically SimDist achieves homogenous dilutions of up to 2000x, carryover <0.01%. precision of 100% at <0.2%, accuracy 100% +/- 1% and linearity r2 = >0.999996 over a wide range.
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