Hettich Incubot 770 at the IFT expo 2012

Hettich Incubot 770 at the IFT expo 2012

July 23, 2012 Videos | Product Videos


	


	
	
Hettich Incubot 770 at the IFT expo 2012
Hettich Lab Technology introduces the HETTICH INCUBOT 770 at the IFT 2012 trade-show in Las Vegas, NV.

The HETTICH INCUBOT 770 is a completely automated Petri dish incubation platform. The Incubot 770 has the ability to work in a Stand-alone format or integrated to an existing track system. By utilizing features of a modern LIS, samples can be processed, incubated and transported for imaging and analysis automatically. In addition, laboratories can order a sample to be released from the Incubot and transported within the laboratory. This represents a true “Track and Trace” functionality for a complete audit trail.

Another advantage over current systems is that the INCUBOT 770 has a true Random Access capability meaning that an individual Petri dish can be incubated and removed singly without having to remove a stack of dishes and search for the required dish.

The inclusion of one or two Imaging Modules expands the functionality of the unit greatly. The Imaging module can be supplied with basic Petri Dish imaging software, or a user defined software packaging to expand the detection process.

One example of this is the cooperation with Advanced BioImaging Systems. When integrated with the ABS imaging system*, the LX3000 is capable to Detect, Identify and Classify Food Borne Pathogens in Minutes. This offers unprecedented speed and accuracy in the detection of multiple food-borne pathogenic bacteria.