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Walk Away Specimen Processor
WASPLab™ is a complete robotic specimen processing system for front end pre-analytics in microbiology. It is a fully automated, barcode-driven, conveyor-connected system with remote plate image analysis and automatic incubation.
- De-caps, inoculates, streaks, labels and then re-caps without operator intervention.
- Can process any type/size of container and has a universal de-capper/
re-capper providing you with greater working flexibility.
- Has 9 plate silos for media selection so you can prepare all the plates for any one sample.
- A true vortex system to ensure a perfectly homogenised sample.
- Automated gram slide preparation to save valuable time.
- Automatic incubation option with plate inversion prior to incubation and totally random access.
- Automated plate image analysis option that can screen negative growth and alert staff to positive growth, ensuring you get your results as soon as possible.
WASPLab™is a truly modular system and can be added to when sample throughput increases, when additional resources are availableand when new developments provide additional automated solutions.
|Dimensions (w/d/h - mm)||1067 / 1905 / 1905|
|Weight (lbs/kg)||1300 / 60|
|V00911||Plate Sorter for Incubation Conditions|
|V00912||HEPA Filter Unit|
|V00925||Loop Adjustment Guide Tool|
LiteratureWASPLab Fact SheetWalk Away Specimen Processor BrochureWalk Away Specimen Processor Example SystemWASPLab Brochure
Published Papers/PostersPoster: Faron M L et al. 2016. Automatic Digital Analysis of Chromogenic Media for Vancomycin Resistant Enterococci Screens using the WASPLab Interpretation SoftwareKirn TJ. 2016. Automatic digital plate reading for surveillance cultures. J Clin Microbiol 54:2424 –2426. doi:10.1128/JCM.01279-16.Poster: Faron M L. 2016. Automated Digital Quantitation of Urine Cultures using the WASPLabFaron ML, Buchan BW, Vismara C, Lacchini C, Bielli A, Gesu G, Liebregts T, van Bree A, Jansz A, Soucy G, Korver J, Ledeboer NA. 2016. Automated scoring of chromogenic media for detection of methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus by use of WASPLab image analysis software. J Clin Microbiol 54:620 –624. doi:10.1128/JCM.02778-15.Faron ML, Buchan BW, Coon C, Liebregts T, van Bree A, Jansz AR, Soucy G, Korver J, Ledeboer NA. 2016. Automatic digital analysis of chromogenic media for vancomycin-resistant-enterococcus screens using Copan WASPLab. J Clin Microbiol 54:2464 –2469. doi:10.1128/JCM.01040-16.
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