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APERIO - 8 Channel Semi-Automated Screw Cap Tube Capper / Decapper
FLUIDX LTD

FluidX APERIO 8 Channel Semi-Automated Screw Cap Tube Decapper Consistency of an automated decapping system but at much lower cost. 2 Stage Positions for Tube Rack and Cap Carrier. Small footprint, easy to use on the bench or in a laminar flow cabinet. Compatible with all FluidX screw cap tubes in 96 format, with internal or external thread. Compatible with FluidX Cap Carrier for internal and external thread screw cap tubes. The Aperio can cap a single column of tubes from a cap carrier in under 10 seconds and will cap, or decap, a complete rack of 96 tubes from a cap carrier in under 2 minutes. Individually sprung loaded cap drivers for easy capping. Always ready for use, no need for battery recharging http://www.fluidx.eu/documents/APERIO%20DECAPPER%20launch.pdf

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