Overview of the F.A.S.T.
Liquid Class “Neutral”
With a positive displacement pipette tips, the precision of the F.A.S.T. desktop liquid handler is not affected by the types of liquid samples that are being transferred. Without the need to account for each liquid class, less time is needed to set up your experiment, while greater accuracy and precision is achieved.
Positive displacement pipette tip technology with Zero insertion force
Why Positive Displacement?
A positive displacement tip uses a solid piston directly in contact with the sample to aspirate and dispense liquids. Other methods in which air is in contact with the sample, error is introduced when handling low volumes since it is compressed or expands. Not only do positive displacement tips provide more accurate and faster transfer rates, but the variability in liquid classes does not affect the precision of liquid handling. Additionally, the chance for sample loss through evaporation, or cross contamination is removed since the piston creates a barrier between the sample and the instrument.
Removable tray with full automatic calibration system
Removable or interchangeable trays allow researchers to set up their tips, plates and reagents prior to working on instrument. Therefore, reducing the time for experimental set-up, sample misplacement or error, and more accessible for researchers.
Software easy to use
An intuitive software User Interface (UI),
- Short learning curve for new user
- Easily and quickly set up experiments
- No need for programming, writing or understanding difficult software coding language