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RSH-4000 from Hudson Control Group, Inc.

ProductsRSH-4000 from Hudson Control Group, Inc.
Company Hudson Control Group, Inc.
Item RSH-4000
Price Inquire
Description The RSH-4000 is the only microplate sealer with an integrated in-line plate stacker. It offers long walkaway times with a variety of configurations and sealing capabilities.

Features:
Fully automated with integrated stacker and 240-plate storage capacity
Integrated with Hudsons PlateCrane EX for use in small workcells
Handles all SBS microplates and tube racks
Variety of sealing materials, including gas permeable, aluminum, polyolefin, polyester, optically clear polyolefin and pierceable polyethylene
Seals withstand temperatures from -80C to 110C
Includes Hudson Control Groups SoftLinx software, which provides an easy-to-use interface to coordinate the RSH-4000 operation with other automated instruments

Accessories available for the RSH-4000 include:
96-well Seal Piercer Fixed-mount for piercing seals where cross-contamination is not a concern or Automated Piercer with tip-flushing and sanitizing
Extensible tracks to allow plates to move to other instruments in the Workcell without requiring a robot arm to pick up the plate
Barcode Scanner, mounted on integrated stacker, includes software to record plate bar code IDs to users database
Wide variety of replacement seal materials
Info Hudson Control Group, Inc.Hudson Control Group, Inc.
10 Stern Avenue
Springfield, NJ 07081
USA
Customer Service: 973-376-7400
Fax Number: 973-376-8265
Web Site: http://www.hudsoncontrol.com/
NOTE: Price information is approximate list price and actual prices may vary.

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