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DORNIER–LTF PIRO® distributors meet at analytica Munich
Lindau, Germany: – Laboratory engineering specialist DORNIER–LTF (DTLF) will gather its worldwide distributors at the international trade fair analytica 2016 fair in Munich to brief them on latest developments.
The German company will use the analytica event between May 10 and May 12 at the Messe München Center, where it is also exhibiting, as the venue for its 2016 Distributors Meeting. The meeting will bring agents and partners up to date with new developments in customer support and improvements to the company’s revolutionary benchtop personal pipetting robot, PIRO®.
Enhanced flow system
A key focus of the 2016 Distributor Meeting will be to explore new development of PIRO’s flow system and operating software that optimizes sequencing, making the personal pipetting robot capable of being integrated into any laboratory information management system (LIMS). The new PIRO also offers enhanced through matrix import and qPCR set up liquid handling.
The one-day further education meeting will review latest enhancements of PIRO’s ‘Big Five’ features: reliability and efficiency, user friendliness, high processing capacity on very compact footprint, wide range of plate and tube acceptance for international markets and laboratory information management (LIMS) integration.
State of the art
Dr. Rudolph Walser, DTLF Director of Application and Sales will lead the meeting.
“The main aims of the meeting are to minimize workload for our end users and maximize safety by ensuring the service and after sales support provided by DLTF distributors and their personnel reflects the very latest PIRO capabilities and features,” Dr. Walser explained.
“Bringing our distributor knowledge and awareness to the absolute latest state of the art makes sure that their customers – our ends users – can get the very most from PIRO’s amazing capabilities,” Dr. Walser added.
“This annual meeting, last year hosted at our own site in Lindau, also reflects our never-ending commitment to quality management and closer customer relationships,” said Dr. Walser, who features in a video presentation of PIRO filmed at the recent BIOTECNICA event in Hannover and posted to the LabTube channel.
“Distributors and users alike need to be aware that with this latest iteration of PIRO, we have given the market a highly flexible and time saving benchtop instrument that gives modern and innovative labs all the tools they need for high capacity advanced liquid handling with full data tracking of all component,” said Dr. Walser.
DORNIER-LTF was formed from the partnership of high-tech engineering company Dornier GmbH with laboratory specialist LTF, to bring together state-of-the-art German engineering with applied scientific research experience.
The company specializes in creating reliable and easy to use high precision liquid handling devices that aid laboratory automation. DORNIER-LTF has developed affordable automated liquid handling and advanced pipetting technologies, in particular the newly developed PIRO® personal pipetting robot that integrates high throughput benefits within a compact and easy to handle device. It combines 16-position liquid handling with a benchtop footprint.
PIRO is designed as a PCR setup robot, offering high end automated pipetting in an innovative and easy to use benchtop instrument, that can provide middleware between upstream and downstream application.
About analytica 2016
The 25th International Trade Fair for Laboratory Technology, Analysis, Biotechnology and Analytica, or analytica 2016, is one of the world’s leading summits for state-of-the-art laboratory technology and biotechnology. The combined trade fair and conference covers a wide range of subjects connected with laboratory process and technology in breadth and depth.
Analytica 2016 is a three-day event opening May 10 at the Messe München Center, where it has been held every second year since 1968. The 2014 analytica event attracted more than 35,000 visitors from some 120 countries, with some 1,200 exhibitors.
The event includes the analytica conference in the nearby International Congress Center, attracting some 1,600 delegates and featuring more than 300 lectures and speakers over three days.
Supporting program includes the analytica Forum, Finance Day, Job Day, analytica Research Award and training events.
Messe München International (MMI) organizes the event with more information at: http://www.analytica-world.com/en/events/34206/analytica-2016.html