Multiple Mixing Options in One Compact Instrument
Apr 03 2013 Read 902 Times
British engineering company, Integrated Technologies Ltd, headquartered in Ashford, Kent, is proud to announce the latest addition to its Vitl range of laboratory products – the Co-Mix.
At ITL we use our thirty five years’ experience of instrumentation development to find state-of-the-art practical engineering solutions that, if required, can be moved on to our full scale manufacturing process. Within the one company we offer all the services of a design house, a regulatory consultancy, a manufacturing facility and a far east volume manufacturer.
This complete solution system has allowed us to bring our latest idea to life. After a detailed development procedure using expertise from across the company, the Co-Mix represents the first component of a new product range under development to expand our market appeal.
The small footprint instrument serves to combine stylish, contemporary design with the efficiency and reliability that any laboratory would expect from a manufacturer with 35 years of experience behind them.
With an innovative touchscreen interface allowing effortless transition between mixing modes, as well as the ease of customisation through user-defined mixing programs, the Co-Mix provides the end user with a solution to almost all mixing operation requirements. Plus, with a wipe-clean casing, the instrument can be decontaminated between samples in order to prevent loss of sample integrity. Able to operate both within a sample incubator at up to 38ºC as well as on the laboratory bench top, the Co-Mix lends itself well to PCR preparations as well as sample incubation and immunoassay methods.
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