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Ziath announces new Tube Arrayer

Ziath Tube ArrayerZiath is pleased to announce a new product, the Tube Arrayer.  The Ziath Tube Arrayer is designed to assist scientists in transferring sets of sealed tubes from one or more source racks into one or more destination racks by guided positional illumination and barcode verification.

Three separate reads of the tube barcodes are used to eliminate the chances of removal of incorrect tubes from source racks or the placing of tubes into incorrect positions in the destination racks.  Filling the gap between a painful manual process and a large automated machine, the Tube Arrayer will enhance your sample collection capabilities. 

Neil Benn, managing director commented, ‘The Tube Arrayer is great new product filling an unmet need for both existing and new Ziath customers'. 

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Company Description

Founded in 2005, Ziath is a UK company specialising in the development and manufacture of state-of-the-art 2D barcode readers to decode Data matrix barcodes on sample tubes.  Headquartered in Cambridge, UK Ziath prides itself on designing, developing and producing its own products ensuring quality, support and a rapid response.

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