Pinch Valve Fill Station
  • SKU: CBFSV3PW001023

Pinch Valve Fill Station

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The Pinch Valve Fill Station is an on deck reservoir that can automatically and continuously replenish itself from an off deck pressurized vessel. This automation friendly device allows a single deck position to supply an unlimited volume of media for applications such as Next Generation Sequencing (NGS) or cell culture. Packaged with a Smarter Reagent Fill Station Tubing Set.

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Extra Tubing Sets are available for purchase.

Smart Features:

Disposable Fluid Path - Pinch Valve Fill Station uses a solenoid pinch valve, so there is no contact. Combined with a disposable VBLOK200 as the reservoir, the Fill Station has a 100% disposable fluid path.

Multiple Overflow Safeties - We want to keep liquid in your reservoir and your deck dry, so we have designed multiple fail-safe features to prevent these scenarios.

Time Out - If the source bottle runs dry or a tube breaks, the Smarter Reagent Fill Station will timeout after a set interval. This safety mechanism prevents the pump from flooding your deck in the case of a broken tube. The timeout also prevents the pump from running all night if your source is empty.

Cross-Platform Capability - The Deck Module, which holds the reservoir, is designed to fit into a standard microplate position. If your robot uses microplates, you can use the Smarter Reagent Fill Station. Even better, the fill station doesn't require integration. Place it on the deck, install the tubes, press start.

Main Components:

1. Deck Module - Houses VBLOK 200 reservoir, a capacitive liquid sensor and an attachment rail for the tubes.

2. Control & Pump Box - Consists of a solenoid pinch valve, the electronics, an LCD display and a keypad.

3. Tubing Set - Consists of a fill tube, a drain tube and clips to attach to the rail on the Deck Module.

4. Pressurized Source Bottle - Provided by the user to suit your volume needs. The bottle connects to the fill station via the tubing set provided.