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Dual Automated Stainer Gram and Fluorescence LMAGS-A100


Dual Automated Stainer Gram and Fluorescence LMAGS-A100 seamlessly integrated with Gram and Fluorescence staining techniques for the precise staining of gram-positive and gram-negative microorganisms. With a capacity of 1.2 to 1.8 ml reagent per slide, it can handle up to 10 slides that are uniformly stained in a single staining cycle, which is finished within 15 min. Easy to use, with a cleaning cycle that runs automatically.

Specifications :
Staining Method GRAM & Fluorescence
Slide Tray Capacity 1 to 10 slides
Clearance Height Lid Open: 565 mm
Tray Rotation Speed Approx. 6 rpm (stain mode) / Approx. 300 rpm (dry mode)
Reagents Capacity 1.2 ml to 1.8 ml
Operating Control 6 mode keys (stain, prime, clean, dry, reset, slide up/down)
Display LCD
Staining Process Stain, Prime, Clean, Dry, Reset, Slide up/down
Power 50 W
Power Supply AC100 to 240V /50 to 60 Hz (Auto selection)
Dimension (W× D×H) 480× 445×265 mm
Weight 20 kg
Features :
  • -  Compact in design can conveniently fit on any countertop
  • -  Offering user-friendly operation with its automatic cleaning cycle
  • -  Internal diagnostic software for user convenience
  • -  Integrated with an all-in-one reagent kit for more convenient use
  • -  Dedicated microprocessor built with advanced software for flexibility in staining application
  • -  Features premium adhesive microscopic slides, ensuring no cross-contamination
  • -  Easily regulatable and fine-tuned staining process by an intuitive front operative panel
  • -  Incorporated carousel button for quick loading
  • -  Equipped with a staining chamber for protecting slides by fixing them horizontally
  • -  Reagents can get along with plastic tubing to avoid extra use
  • -  Units come with six functional keys (Stain, Prime, Clean, Dry, Reset, Up & Down) for quick and manual free staining
  • -  The procedure is completed in just 7 to 8 simple steps
Applications :

It is used in histology, pathology, molecular biology, and mainly in microbiology research labs for staining gram-positive and gram-negative bacteria, also used in staining tissue samples, cell preparations, and other biological samples.