The Right Hamilton Platforms for Your Lab
Choosing a Hamilton automated liquid handling platform sets the foundation for outstanding liquid handling, featuring pipetting optimizations like CO-RE technology and other monitoring tools. Hamilton also supports a full line of consumables and devices to ensure that all automated liquid handling platforms can be customized to achieve the optimal walk-away time for your lab.
All Hamilton platforms work with a wide variety of consumables to optimize efficiency and throughput in automated workflows. Hamilton consumables are key components that ensure quality results.
Services and Support
Hamilton is fully staffed to support your robotic pipetting platform from pre-installation through years of service. Nothing should stand in the way of a powerful automation solution in your lab. To learn more about the support services at Hamilton or to request support for your workstation, first choose the platform:
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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.
Automated Production of Fatty Acid Methyl Esters (FAMEs) from Soy SeedsHamilton Robotics has designed a system to automate oil extraction and FAME production from soy seed samples on the STARlet Automated Liquid Handling Workstation. The system setup allows the user to choose the number of sample plates (up to five) and the number of samples per plate (up to 96). Additional flexibility allows userdefined volumes, mix cycles, shake times and temperature.
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