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High-Throughput Fluidics System from Bio-Rad

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Company Bio-Rad
Item High-Throughput Fluidics System
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Description The high-throughput fluidics (HTF) system, 100-240 V, is an optional module for the Bio-Plex suspension array system that automates delivery of up to 20 L of sheath fluid into the Bio-Plex array reader. The HTF system automatically draws sheath fluid from a nonpressurized bulk sheath container to constantly maintain a reservoir of pressurized sheath fluid. A single 20 L sheath fluid container provides enough fluid for 48 hours or more of normal operation, or for forty 96-well assay plates.
Info Bio-RadBio-Rad
Bio-Rad Laboratories, Inc.
Life Science Research Group
2000 Alfred Nobel Drive
Hercules, CA 94547
USA
Customer Service: 800-424 6723
Fax Number: 800-879 2289
Web Site: http://discover.bio-rad.com
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