Hamilton Heater Cooler™The Hamilton Heater Cooler.™ Credit: Hamilton RoboticsRENO, NV — Hamilton unveils the new Hamilton Heater Cooler™ (HHC) for heating and cooling of ANSI/SLAS footprint microplates. The HHC easily integrates with any of the company’s automated liquid handling platforms—including the Microlab® VANTAGE liquid handling platform, Microlab STAR™, and Microlab NIMBUS®—to increase consistency, walkaway time, and overall workflow efficiency in a wide variety of temperature-dependent applications. For those that prefer manual operation, the versatile HHC also functions as a standalone device. 

The HHC offers a broad operating range of 0–110 °C, while its sturdy construction includes moisture prohibitive materials, cable insulation, and a built-in drain to collect and manage condensation. Along with Hamilton’s endless combination of automation options and on-deck tools, the HHC enables researchers to focus on expanding their research boundaries. 

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Hamilton Robotics, an affiliate of Hamilton Company, is a leading global manufacturer providing automated liquid handling workstations and laboratory automation technology to the scientific community. With a focus on innovative design, Hamilton products incorporate patented liquid handling technologies into a portfolio that includes liquid handling platforms, standard application-based solutions, small devices, consumables, and OEM liquid handling solutions. Known for advancing life science, clinical diagnostics, forensics, and biotechnology industries, Hamilton products offer reliability, performance, and flexibility. Ensuring a continuous commitment to quality, Hamilton utilizes state-of-the-art manufacturing at production facilities in Reno, Nevada and Bonaduz, Switzerland, and has earned a global ISO 9001 certification. Privately held, Hamilton maintains headquarters in Reno, Nevada; Franklin, Massachusetts; and Bonaduz, Switzerland, along with subsidiary offices throughout the world. www.hamiltoncompany.com/robotics 

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