Labeling systems
Automated labeling of laboratory vessels
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SAMPLision - A Vision of your Sample
Equipment and Design
About us

identification experts

We are convinced that full end-to-end traceability of samples is the solution of the future.

Based on many years of experience in the field of high throughput screening and biobanking, as well as in-depth specialist knowledge when it comes to keeping and storing samples even at temperatures as low as -196 C, we offer labeling solutions and consumables for every laboratory use.

We have achieved our first goal of making proprietary developments based on the experience we have gained with existing labeling solutions ready for the market.

  • check-mark-1Entry-level model, based on vacuum suction technology.
  • check-mark-1Not just labeling tubes, but also filling, capping and recapping, as well as feeding them automatically.
  • check-mark-1Label, code, pick and pack tubes.
  • check-mark-1Innovative solutions for sample identification to achieve full traceability.
  • check-mark-1Intelligent networking of user, device and laboratory processes.

Our focus

Labeling of laboratory tubes
Tube Labeler
Blood collection tubes
What we offer

Our intelligent labeling systems

Samplision offers automated labeling of laboratory vessels. We combine proven labeling technologies with innovative software, new technical implementation and high flexibility. We develop systems that meet the goal of “Paperless Lab”.

For us it goes without saying that samples are scanned or verified.

  • check-mark-1SampliTAG,
    the entry-level model for fully automatic sample labeling
  • check-mark-1HEN mini
    for labeling all blood collection tubes at point-of-care
  • check-mark-1SampliKIT the big solution for labeling, verifying, sorting and packing laboratory tubes
  • check-mark-1SampliONEsingle tube labeler, label tubes individually, quickly and efficiently
SAMPLision - A Vision of your Sample

New: SampliTAG HP

The SampliTAG HP was developed to cover additional requirements that go beyond just labeling. This device works method-based. The focus is on the tube to be labeled and filled.

The Sci-Print VXQ Bulk Vial Handler is compatible with a range of different vials from 0.5ml to 15ml. The flexible design allows the user to easily switch tube types with the push of a button. The Scinomix VXQ was developed to be combined with the VX device series, the Sci-Print VX2 and the Sci-Print VXL.

Yes. With the help of the chiller or cooling block. The chiller or cooling block is a custom rack that keeps frozen tubes chilled while the tubes are being labeled. In the same way, the sample content can also be kept cool in order to achieve longer standing times. – Can be used with SBS format sample tubes from Matrix, Micronic, FluidX and LVL – Can be used for samples from a biobank – Keeps the samples cool while the tubes are being labeled. Can be used for labeling or relabeling sample tubes.

Peristaltic pump that can easily be connected to the VX2 or VXL – Can be used for filling quantities from 0.1 to 9ml – Dispensing of reagent liquids or other solutions –
Can be used with aqueous solutions – easy calibration

A 2D floor barcode scanner can be used for both data retrieval and verification of the barcode. The barcode data can either be used as an import or export file.
Can be used with all standard 2 D floor barcodes from Matrix, Brooks, Micronic, Greiner, LVL and others. Bar-coded labels are easy to verify with the side barcode scanner. A process control that is very easy to implement.

The Cryogatt RFID Tagging System enables the laboratory and the biobank to quickly and easily take and identify crucial samples. Data is available throughout the entire storage and life cycle and is always linked to the sample. In contrast to conventional labeling systems, the Cryogatt RFID Tagging System is not subject to any loss or deterioration in the legibility of the label

Drawing blood into unlabelled blood tubes is one of the most common causes of mix-ups. It is estimated that the proportion of blood samples taken from the wrong patient is up to 10-15% of all blood samples. In order to reduce and even avoid these errors, blood collection tubes can be labeled patient-specifically and, if desired, coupled to a LIMS system.