Increase throughput with a reduced footprint

Experience remarkable speed, precise motion, and consistent, accurate plate placement with our automated microplate movers and robots. Highly flexible, efficient, and safe, our full range of microplate handling automation technologies are designed to provide industrial performance in benchtop size—increasing efficiency while reducing your lab's footprint.

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Thermo Scientific automation products and solutions have the industry's largest install base. Our best-in-class laboratory automation systems are designed to easily integrate with your existing products and services, offering a compelling solution to most automation challenges.

The Thermo Scientific Spinnaker robot allows you to easily automate your workflow. This 4-axis SCARA-type robot is well suited for a variety of research areas, including synthetic biology, drug discovery, and biotechnology. With integrated vision, the Spinnaker microplate mover provides self-correcting precision as well as powerful sample tracking and inventory management.

Increase throughput, storage capacity, and operational efficiency with the Thermo Scientific Orbitor RS2 Microplate Mover. This compact and collaborative bench-top mover has been updated with integrated barcode scanning for greater flexibility.

  • Ideal for high-throughput applications.
  • Increases efficiency as the centerpiece of various high-throughput automation operations.
  • Provides exceptional reach and precision using an innovative bi-directional telescoping arm.
  • Uses an expansive 360° workspace making it a great laboratory productivity partner.

This highly configurable SCARA robot automates applications from simple instrument loading to more complex, integrated workflows. With flexible, user-defined options, the Thermo Scientific™ VaLet™ Robot has a four-axis plus servo-gripper and the capacity to access single and multiple arrayed nests. Flexibility is enhanced with an on-board re-grip station and high capacity random or sequential storage for up to 45 or 120 microplates, respectively.



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