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Michigan state university grinder and feeder system

Capable of processing 300 plant samples in 24 hours, this system takes any freeze-dried plant material, grinds it and then dispenses into output vials.
Labman custom system: Michigan state university grinder and feeder system

Key features

Automated grinding to targetsAutomatically grind and aliquot plant material to a specified number of targets
Varying modes of operationOne to one or one to many
Target weightsDefinable target weight
Ease of data managementMultiple format data import and export
High dispense accuracyDispensing accuracy +/-0.3mg
ThroughputThroughput 300 samples per 24 hours

Overview

System Overview.

The Michigan State University iWall system was installed in 2008 as part of the GLBRC (Great Lakes Bioenergy Research Centre). The system takes any freeze-dried plant material, grinds the material into a very fine powder destroying the cell walls and then dispenses 2mg into output vials for analysis. The system is capable of processing 300 plant samples in 24 hours.

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