Andrew Lister, D.Phil., presented at the 2018 Society of Laboratory Automation and Screening (SLAS) conference on the SAFS-100's ability to fill up to 600 vials an hour and achieve <1% variation in fill accuracy.
SLAS welcomed over 6,000 attendees to the San Diego Convention Center February 3-7.
Cook Regentec was among hundreds of exhibitors showcasing the latest in automation, robotics, vials, cell culture apparatus / supplies, diagnostics, drug discovery, and more.
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Michael Parks discussed how the CellSeal vial's USP Class VI materials, chosen specifically for their resistance to chemicals and durability in LN
2, makes it a safe alternative to bags and screw cap vials.
Michael Parks demonstrated CellSeal
Michael loaded a CellSeal vial 10Set onto the SAFS-100, noting how the automation allows filling for up to 600 vials per hour.
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