CO-RE® II Technology
Hamilton’s CO-RE® II technology is the next evolution in precision for automated liquid handling. Our proprietary upgrade to Compressed O-Ring Expansion (CO-RE) tips for automated systems brings enhanced longevity, alignment, and retention while maintaining the exceptional integrity, reliability, and multifunctionality you expect. Whether new to Hamilton's automated lab consumables or looking to upgrade your existing system, see how CO-RE® II technology can help you.
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Everything You Need to Know About Liquid Handling
Expand your knowledge or brush up on automated liquid handling definitions and best practices in our Everything You Need to Know About Liquid Handling guide. Explore the fundamentals of working with an automated liquid handler and how Hamilton's consumable items can improve your workflow.
CO-RE 96 Probe Head Pipetting Specifications with or without TADM FeatureThis technical note describes the verification procedure at Hamilton Robotics. It has been applied in the design phase of the Microlab STAR Line to validate the pipetting performance.
1000 μL Channels Pipetting SpecificationsThis technical note describes the verification procedure at Hamilton Robotics. It has been applied in the design phase of the Microlab STAR Line to validate the pipetting performance.
Simultaneous, Automated Extraction of 96 Urine Samples for Drugs of Abuse Analysis by LC-MS/MS Using the Microlab NIMBUS WorkstationUtilizing Hamilton’s CO-RE disposable tips with DPX technology provides a fast, accurate, and simple extraction method for analyzing drugs of abuse in urine. The Microlab NIMBUS equipped with a CO-RE 96-channel Multi-Probe Head (MPH) allows for high-throughput, automated sample processing. Using the NIMBUS96 platform, two sample plates can be ready for LC-MS/MS injection in approximately 15 minutes.
Utilizing Hamilton® TADM Technology for Measurement of Dynamic Surface Tension via Bubble Pressure MethodLearn how Hamilton's patented Total Aspiration and Dispense Monitoring (TADM) provides the capability to measure and quantify fluid properties not possible on competitor platforms.
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