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arktic: The low footprint, high capacity storage solution to -80°C biobanking

Using TTP Labtech’s proprietary pneumatic transport technology, arktic gives you unrivalled robustness and reliability for all your -80°C storage requirements.

arktic offers:

  • High density, low cost storage: outstanding storage of up to 95,000 0.5 mL or 60,000 1.0 mL samples per module
  • Automated sample retrieval: tubes can be pre-sorted within the -80°C environment with racks of up to 96 tubes being dispensed in under 3 minutes. Individual microtubes can be cherry picked and delivered from store within 60 seconds 
  • Sample integrity: samples are stored in dry air or nitrogen in a hermetically sealed environment
  • Secure and safe sample tracking: 2D barcoded microtubes and easy to use software ensure easy sample identification and tracking
  • Small footprint: measuring just 0.8 x 2.0 x 1.3 m, arktic fits neatly into an bench sized space in your laboratory
  • Expandibility: modular system enabling easy expansion as your sample repository grows
  • Flexibility: self-contained units can be sited anywhere and easily relocated as your storage requirements change.

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