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Biochrom Asys Atlantis 4 Microplate Washer

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The Biochrom Asys Atlantis 4 microplate washer is a robust and easy to use washer with maximum flexibility in washing options. The Biochrom Asys Atlantis is the perfect choice to compliment any microplate reader in any laboratory environment.

Key Features

• Low noise, pressure-free , digitally controlled aspiration and dispensing pumps
• Configurable to many different well formats for maximum flexibility
• 16-way manifold optional for washing 384-well plates
• Detachable plate carrier for easy cleaning
• Auto rinse function reduces clogging
• Reduced aerosols due to cover and pump technology for safer operation

Biochrom Asys Atlantis 4 Microplate Washer for 96 well Plates
4 liquid lines, 8 way manifold and tubing, 4 wash/rinse bottles (2L), 1 waste bottle (2.5L)

80-2115-68 Optional 12 way manifold
80-2115-69 Optional 16 way manifold for 384 well plates

Product Biochrom Asys Atlantis 4 Microplate Washer
Company Biochrom Ltd - Product
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Catalog Number G021102
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Biochrom Ltd - Product
22 Cambridge Science Park Milton Road Cambridge CB4 0FJ UK

Tel: +44 (0) 1223 423723

Email: jo.butlin@biochrom.co.uk



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