MultiFlo FX Multi-Mode Dispenser
MultiFlo ™ FX는 6 ~ 1536 well 마이크로플레이트를 위한 자동 시약 디스펜서 입니다. Parallel Dispense™ 기술을 사용하여 Recalibration 없이도 높은 정확도를 유지하여 하나의 시스템에서 4 가지 시약 분주를 진행 하실 수 있습니다. 컬러 터치 스크린을 통해 빠르고 직관적인 프로그래밍 및 장비 구동을 하실 수 있으며 Wash 모듈 또는 RAD 모듈을 추가하시면 최대 5가지의 용액을 사용하는 다재 다능한 멀티모드 디스펜서로 구성하여 효율적으로 활용하실 수 있습니다.
- Multi-mode dispensing can replace up to four dispensers and a washer
- Parallel Dispense™ technology: peristaltic and/or syringe pumps
- RAD™ technology for dispensing to individual wells
- Cost savings through low prime volume and single tube access
- Cell friendly angled dispense and/or wash tubes won’t disrupt cell layers
- Walkaway automation with BioStack 4, for lidded or unlidded plates
- Bulk reagent dispensing
- Cell seeding
- Cell washing /media exchange
- ELISA automation
- Bead washing
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Multi-mode dispensing replaces multiple instruments
AMX™ module automates gentle media exchange
The patent-pending AMX module uses peristaltic pumps to gently add and remove media from the wells, without disturbing 2D, 3D cell structures (spheroids, tumoroids). It’s also useful for washing suspension cells.
RAD™ module for mapped dispensing
The unique RAD technology enables custom-mapped dispensing to individual wells to facilitate many applications including concentration normalization assays.
Wash module for 6- to 384-well plates
The versatile wash module for MultiFlo FX enables 6- to 384-well washing with custom manifolds. Dispensing and aspirate tube positioning, fluid flow rate and wash parameters are fully customizable, and the angled dispense tubes provide gentle washing for cell-based assays. The module uses integrated dispense and waste pumps to keep the system compact.
Parallel Dispense™ technology: peristaltic and/or syringe pumps
Cell friendly angled dispense and/or wash tubes
Customer SpotlightDepartment of Environmental Science and Health at the National University of Science and Technology (NUST)
In the Department of Environmental Science and Health at the National University of Science and Technology (NUST) in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe, Mr. Charles Teta specializes in ecotoxicology. His research includes uncovering the frequency and effects of endocrine disrupting chemicals in native fish, and analyzing hazardous chemicals such as heavy metals and pesticides in the environment that may have originated from municipal landfills, mines and urban effluents. With several kinetic and end-point assay techniques already employed, the manual processes were time consuming, and human error was an ever-present risk when dispensing into a microplate with a single-channel or multi-channel pipette. If reagents were added too slowly, or mixed incompletely, the assays had to be repeated, thereby doubling efforts, sample volume and costly materials.