Experience seamless operation with the
innovative automatic syringe exchanger
In the modern laboratory, basic sample handling tasks, including standard or stock sample dilutions, internal standard addition and derivatization, require manual pipetting of precise amounts of products before any dilution or chemical reaction occurs. To accurately automate all of these steps, the TriPlus RSH™ autosampler offers a new and innovative ATC (Automatic Tool Change) capability. The ATC feature enables the user to set up a sequence using up to six different syringes, automatically loaded by the autosampler to accurately perform dilutions, calibrations, and sample injections. The ability to exchange syringes for different tasks enables high precision sample-handling in a single, unattended sequence prior to automated sample injection. Developed for increased analytical flexibility and lab productivity, this unique capability automates complex sample preparation and injection workflows, thus eliminating human error. Combination of these features within one single unit, integrated on GC and GC-MS systems, saves precious lab space.
Expand unattended operations and productivity
with unprecedented sample capacity
Unequivocal lab throughput is attainable by using the largest sample capacity available for an autosampler. A maximum of 648, 2 mL vials combined with multiple 100 mL wash/waste bottles, on the TriPlus RSH autosampler, enable week-end long unattended operations – a goal not attainable with most other sampling systems currently on the market.
Sequences can be developed in which one autosampler serves multiple GC systems, further expanding lab productivity. This feature enables the powerful combination of screening on a single GC or GC-MS system while simultaneously performing positive confirmation/quantitation on another GC-MS or GC-MS/MS system.
Further productivity is achieved by utilizing various injection modes that match techniques to sample types. Liquid, Headspace and SPME injections can all be used within a single sequence, running unattended with the use of the ATC capability, switching the syringe tool automatically as needed.