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Xiril Liquid Handling Workstation Neon 100

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Who else can provide targeted solutions for your high throughput and accuracy on such a small robotic workstation? The Neon technology crosses boundaries with up to 8 pipetting channels and its unique combination of liquid and robotic handling for all your laboratory tasks including plate handling and barcode reading.

•    Modular and space saving
•    20 positions on the worktable
•    Independent Y- and Z- movement of the pipetting channels
•    Two adapter sizes available - mixed configuration is possible
•    Pipetting volume 2 - 1000μl
•    Use disposable tips with or without filter in the same pipetting process to balance contamination risk and cost control
•    Controlled by the lirix3 software
•    Embedded PC
Product Xiril Liquid Handling Workstation Neon 100
Company Xiril
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Xiril
Garstligweg 2 CH-8634 Hombrechtikon Switzerland

Tel: +41 55 254 77 77
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