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automated capping of screw cap tubes
 
 
Automated capping of screw cap tubes - Capit-All
Capit-All is a standalone product for automated capping of screw cap tubes held in racks.
It takes approximately 10 seconds to automatically decap all the tubes simultaneously within a rack, with each tube staying in its allotted place. The rack can then be removed by the user for further manual processing. When presented back to the unit it will automatically recap all the tubes.
Capit-All improves laboratory efficiency and reduces the risks associated with repetitive manual processing of large numbers of screw-cap microtubes. This is achieved in a very flexible, easy to operate and use system for automated capping of screw cap tubes which works 'out of the box'.
Capit-All is a new bench top system designed for use in any standard laboratoy or microbiological safety cabinet .It is ideal for laboratories already using screw-cap vials to store samples, or for laboratories that are considering replacing split septum seals with screw-cap tubes.
Capit-All - key features
  • Automated capping of screw cap tubes
  • Automatically decaps and recaps screw-cap microtubes held in racks
  • Compatible with Nunc, Micronic, Matrix, Corning and Greiner microtubes
  • Caps are tightened to a pre-determined torque to provide an optimum seal
  • Special ‘anti-binding’ feature to prevent cross-threading of caps
  • Can be operated with partially full racks
  • Tolerant to specific de-contamination regimes based on hydrogen peroxide
  • Drip-tray and vacuum extraction facility to prevent contamination
  • Simple four push button user interface
  • Weight 44kg
  • External dimensions 480mm x 351mm x 310mm
Capit-All - key benefits
  • Improved laboratory productivity
  • Reduced likelihood of repetitive strain injury (RSI)
  • Significant increase in throughput with minimal impact on budget and lab space
  • Helps maintain sample integrity due to lower risk of contamination when compared to manual processing