Biomek i5 

Automated Workstation

Optimize dependability and walk-away time. The Biomek i5 is a recent addition to our liquid handling portfolio, representing the best of what has made Biomek an industry-leading brand – combined with enhancements suggested by customers around the globe.

  • Ideal for medium- to high-throughput workflows
  • 25 deck positions
  • 0.5 µL-1,000 µL (Multichannel) or 0.5 µL-5,000 µL (Span-8) pipetting volume ranges
  • Single Multichannel head (96/384) or Span-8 pipetting with gripper
 
 
 

Versatile Workspace

  • Open platform with grid-based deck
  • Internal LED light illuminates workspace
  • Automated Labware Positioners (ALPs) for sample processing
  • Optional enclosed version to protect samples from airborne particles
  • Integrate additional devices on- or off-deck
  • Configurable for specific applications

Flexible Pipetting & Workflow Management

  • Multichannel head (96/384) or Span-8 pipetting
  • Large-volume 1 mL multichannel pipetting head
  • High-access, rotating gripper with unique offset finger design
  • Disposable & fixed Biomek tips, including septum piercing
  • Transfer volumes from 0.5 µL – 5,000 µL
  • Independent Span-8 probe calibration
  • 8 channel liquid-level sensing 
  • Supports labware from tubes to 1,536-well microplates
  • Accurate intra-well pipetting

Simple System Operation

  • Easily automate existing processes and execute quick workflow changes
  • Powered by icon-based software with data tracking and LIMS connectivity
  • Windows 10 OS
  • Extend walk-away operation with process management and scheduling software
  • Automated deck framing
  • Data-driven operations including hit-picking & normalization
  • Light curtain safety feature
  • Instrument status light bar
  • DeckOptix cameras for live, remote-monitoring & on-error video capture

Application-Focused Solutions

  • Consultative workflow analysis
  • Expert application & technical support
  • Biomek automated demonstrated methods & capabilities for genomic, drug discovery & basic research workflows

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