lab2lab offers researchers significant time-savings and the ability to produce consistent high-quality data: multiple analyses at the click of a mouse and easy access to specialist analytical tools such as NMR.
Simple sample registration, sending and processing
Rapid turnaround of data
Full audit trail and locked-in, verified methods
System usage reporting
Novel pneumatic transport and scheduling software
lab2lab is made of several different component types, which are tailored to meet the specific needs of the customer.
The sender is a sample submission device. You can insert up to nine vials at a time and then walk away, leaving lab2lab to handle the transportation.
Temporary storage of samples either waiting for an instrument to become available or, post-analysis, for re-analysis or disposal following inspection of previous results.
The central transportation device with pipes leading to all senders, receivers and buffers. It incorporates a barcode reader to verify the identity of all sample vials. This is the heart of a lab2lab system and is controlled by the software to manage the transportation of all your sample vials.
Device to integrate lab2lab with third-party instruments. Various different models exist to work with Agilent, Waters and Bruker equipment. Sample vials are transported from the router to a receiver and then presented to the instrument for aspiration. After successful aspiration, sample vials are sent back to the router.
Enables sample vials to be transported over greater distances. As well as providing an additional boost to airflow required for transportation over longer distances, the units also act as a temporary holding gate so that samples arriving from several locations can be managed and scheduled effectively.
lab2lab uses 2D-barcoded vials that are specially designed for transport in the lab2lab system. The vials have a pierceable septum, which allows multiple aspirations for a range of different analyses to be run on a single submitted sample.