From a primary tube, MAPI automatically fills, seals, prints out and validates the identification of CBS 0.3 or 0.5 mL straws (bar code or alphanumerical data).
MAPI features a filling robot, a control unit, a special liquid nitrogen ink-jet type printer and a PC with the MAPI pilot software. The robot is placed on a special lab bench at ergonomical height.
The straw throughput is fully protocol-dependent (number of primary tubes and number of straws per primary tube).
Start, maintenance and shutdown time: 15 minutes per day.
All potentially contaminated parts can be cleaned with an alcohol-based solution or a non-corrosive surface decontamination agent.
The ink-jet printer requires active extraction of its solvent vapors.
MAPI pilot software
The MAPI pilot software is installed on the PC provided with MAPI to control the cycle: dispensing, filling, sealing, printing and re-reading of straws. The code printed on the straw can be either a bar code on the primary tube, keyboard entered or programmed fixed text.
- MAPI - Dimensions (L x W x H): 760 x 260 x 470 mm - Weight: 35 kg.
- Worktop - Dimensions: 1200 x 600 x 900 mm - Weight with machine: 102 kg.
- Control unit - Dimensions: 430 x 380 x 190 mm - Weight: 14 kg.
- Domino printer - Dimensions: 650 x 450 x 375 mm - Weight: 20 kg.
Active printer vapor extractor duct, not included (diameter: 80 mm)
Power supply: 110 or 220 V/60 or 50 Hz
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||Sterile CBSTM injection nozzle (in 5 x 10)
||Long sterile CBSTM injection nozzle
|| blue (in 5 x 5)