Hamilton Robotics has launched Field Verification II, a new service to analyze if the functionality of MICROLAB STAR automated pipetting workstations and peripherals complies with GLP/GMP guidelines.
This service is done by a technician of Hamilton Robotics at the client ‘s location. The various parameters verified by the new service include pipetting, positioning of X-Y-Z axes, multi-probe heads and distinct pipetting channels. The pipetting performance is measured by means of a dual gravimetric and photometric measurement method and a verification report will be generated within a few hours.
Field Verification II also features analysis of the functionality of linked third parties and Hamilton equipments like coolers, heaters, shakers and barcode scanners.
Rick Luedke, Marketing Manager for Hamilton Robotics, has stated that their products are already known for precision and reliability. He added that their new extended service offers a periodic functionality verification of the peripheral devices and liquid handler to comply with regulations and enhances client confidence in outcomes.