LEAP Technologies to Provide Advanced Automated Solutions to Federal Government

LEAP Technologies, Inc., (LEAP) a leading provider of automation equipment for laboratories and testing facilities, is pleased to announce that they have been awarded a GSA Schedule 66 (GS-07F-0186U) contract and a GSA Schedule 874 (GS-10F-0329V) Mission Oriented Business Integrated Services (MOBIS) contract, and are certified to supply scientific equipment and services to the Federal Government.

Acknowledging the growth in federal spending through the GSA, LEAP has listed their vast selection of laboratory testing equipment, supplies, and services on the government's electronic ordering system, GSA Advantage!®.

"These contracts allow us to expand our current base and offer an even greater selection of sample preparation, sample loaders and supplies to facilities and agencies in need of laboratory automation at fixed government pricing," states David Skiados , Vice President and General Manager at LEAP Technologies, Inc.

LEAP excels in robotics and liquid handling automation for LC, GC, and Mass Spec, and innovative, customized solutions, and superior support. As leaders in automated testing equipment, LEAP recently introduced an online portal, The PAL Center to highlight and provide technical details of their highly-automated products, accessories, and address service and software options.

The site features several PALs, including: the PAL3 RTC with a built-in robotic tool changer that increases versatility and can be configured with up to 6 tools including different syringes; the GC Combi PAL, CHRONOS™ Software, (ITEX-2) doubles throughput for GC headspace, SPME, ITEX-2 and brings high sensitivity enrichment for headspace GC; DBS (Dry Blood Spot) extraction without punching; Prep and Fill for NMR Tubes.

LEAP's Gazelle 18 UHPLC Pump and LC Bundle - is one package, optimized for productivity in the LC-MS lab, from solvent bottles to column heater, with two binary pumps controlled by one driver. Their H/D-X PAL, an automated H/D-X experimental workflow system, can schedule and perform labeling experiments, followed by direct injection to the LCMS and is compatible with a wide range of LCMS Systems.

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