BioDot Introduces the Ultra Piezo System, a Non-Contact, Ultra Low Volume Dispenser, With a Dynamic Range of 100 pL to 1 nL in a Single Drop.
“Ultra is an important addition to our product portfolio. The piezo range allows us to dispense low nanoliters in a single drop based on a new piezo technology and enables our dynamic dispensing capabilities." Tom Tisone, President of BioDot
BioDot’s Ultra Piezo Technology is a non-contact liquid handling and spotting system. The technology dispenses with a wide dynamic volume ranges from Single Drop (100 pL to 1.0 nL) to Multidrop (up to 1 uL) with CV’s less than 5%.
The Ultra Piezo System can change volume ranges on the fly, while accurately aspirating and dispensing aqueous and organic solutions as well as living cells. Also high viscosity reagents such as glycerol can be dispensed. Using Piezo, spot volume can be changed as well as dispensing reagents on top of each other without contamination. Depending on the application, the technology can be configured in a "Batch" or "Inline system modes". Results can be analyzed with standard technology and give immediate results for optimal reaction parameters.
BioDot is the leading supplier of system tools for the research, development and commercialization of diagnostic tests. Our mission is to enable, inspire and educate scientists to commercialize their R&D ideas through to manufactured product. Using its core competencies in low volume non-contact dispensing, cutting/slitting, laminating, and strip assembly, BioDot has developed a range of equipment for the research and development, and manufacture of rapid tests.
Using its core competencies in low volume non-contact and contact dispensing, cutting, and laminating, BioDot has developed a range of equipment for the research and development, and manufacture of diagnostic tests.With a commitment to fully understanding our customer requirements, BioDot’s personnel have a genuine wish to help you develop your research ideas. Our sales teams are highly trained in providing expert advice in both process and material handling needs. They are backed by strong support from teams of application scientists and service engineers.