Sample Accessioning

Maximize your throughput and save costs by reducing error rates

Sample accessioning is usually the first task in a laboratory and includes aliquitoing, splitting and sorting. The high level of manual intervention offers challenges for labs – processing errors, lowered capacity, complicated training regimes due to staff turnover, high degree of documentation for QA/QC etc.


The workflow below is an example of an accessioning workflow in a toxicology laboratory
Scan urine pot
Print aliquot
Apply aliquot
labels to tubes
Pour off to
aliquot tubes
urine pot
Load aliquot
tubes to rack(s)
Recap urine
Load urine
pot to rack(s)
Benefits of a Freedom EVO sample accessioning workstation
Throughput of ~100 samples/hour
(depending on platform size)
Reduced human errors, simpler training
regimes provide cost savings
Parallel functionality to prepare labelled
aliquot tubes and aliquot samples

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