Unleash Your Potential with the new epMotion Automated Liquid Handlers
The release of the new generation of epMotion® automated liquid handler by Eppendorf is a significant development for the laboratory community. With a high degree of reproducibility, accuracy, versatility, and ease of use, the new epMotion will transform the way scientists conduct their experiments in the lab.
The new epMotion automated liquid handlers have a sleek and modern design, while maintaining their compact size. This new design not only looks great in any laboratory setting, but it also has practical benefits for scientists. The compact size allows for the system to be easily incorporated into any laboratory setup, while the modern aesthetic provides a fresh and updated feel. Additionally, the new design of the epMotion allows for easier access to the system’s components, making maintenance and cleaning simpler and more efficient. Overall, the new slick and modern design of the epMotion enhances both its form and function, making it an ideal choice for laboratories seeking a high-performing and visually appealing automated liquid handling system.
The process consistency of the new generation of epMotion automated liquid handlers is one of its most notable improvements compared to manual liquid handling. With the use of advanced robotics, precise dispensing tools, and intuitive software, the epMotion can perform a wide range of liquid handling tasks with a high degree of reproducibility that cannot be matched by manual liquid handling. Additionally, pre-qualified and optimised protocols for commonly used kits and methods further streamlines the liquid handling process. By harnessing these features, scientists can drastically increase their workflow reproducibility, improve their data quality, and reduce repetition of experiments to achieve their research goals more quickly.
Another important feature of the new generation of epMotion automated liquid handlers is their accuracy. The epMotion is capable of handling extremely small volumes of liquid with a high degree of precision, ensuring that each sample is treated consistently and reliably. This is critical in many types of experiments, such as those involving sensitive biological samples or expensive reagents, where even small variations in the handling of the samples can lead to inaccurate results. With the new epMotion automated liquid handlers, researchers can have confidence in the accuracy and reproducibility of their data.
In addition to their reliability and accuracy, the new generation of epMotion automated liquid handlers are highly versatile. They can be programmed to perform a wide range of liquid handling tasks, from simple pipetting to more complex tasks such as NGS library preparation, nucleic acid extractions, serial dilutions, and plate reformatting, and are compatible with a variety of labware formats. By performing multiple tasks on a single platform, scientists can save time and reduce the risk of errors that can occur when transferring samples between different instruments. The versatility of the new epMotion makes them an ideal solution to improve the efficiency and accuracy of laboratory workflows, and for various laboratory applications, including genomics, proteomics, and drug discovery.
A significant feature of the new epMotion is its easy-to-use, intuitive software. The software interface is designed to be user-friendly, allowing scientists to easily program and execute liquid handling tasks without extensive training or technical expertise. This ease of use means that scientists can focus on their research rather than spending time troubleshooting instrument issues or navigating complex software interfaces. The epMotion is a great choice for those who are new to automated liquid handling systems or seeking to add another liquid handling option to their existing laboratory workflows.
A new and highly anticipated feature of the new epMotion automated liquid handler is its increased storage and waste capacity for solid and liquid separation. This feature allows walk-away automation for a wider range of applications and longer protocols. The expanded capacity for waste collection also helps to minimise the risk of sample contamination and loss, further enhancing the accuracy and reliability of experimental results. Overall, this new feature provides researchers with greater flexibility and efficiency in their laboratory workflows, allowing them to perform more complex experiments with ease.
In conclusion, the new generation of epMotion automated liquid handlers are an ideal choice for researchers seeking a flexible, dependable, and high-performance liquid handling solution. Whether you are transitioning from manual to automated processes or already using automation, the epMotion can easily adapt to changing research needs and be added to existing laboratory workflows. The system’s exceptional performance and adaptability make it an asset to any laboratory looking to enhance its liquid handling capabilities.
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