INTELLIGENT LAB AUTOMATION SYSTEMS
PAA – Peak Analysis and Automation designs and builds its own product range of laboratory workcells, laboratory robots and scheduling software to automate a variety of applications. Our systems allow integration with many different types of laboratory instruments to perform even the most complex tasks, interacting with numerous data sources.
We provide a design and installation service to ensure you have the integrated laboratory automation solution you need for your business and offer a Service & Support plan to ensure your system is always in excellent operating condition.
SOME OF OUR CLIENTS
Major pharmaceutical, biotechnology, consumer healthcare, contract research organisations, academia, research institutes, universities and lab automation companies.
WHAT OUR CLIENTS SAY
We regularly run 20+ plate screens (384 or 1536), often barcoded and/or requiring de-lidding. We were seeking a cost-effective and versatile arm, capable of loading a variety of different equipment including our plate reader and combi dispenser. The S-LAB is easy to use, versatile and reliable meaning we can leave assays running unattended for long periods - including overnight. This reliability enables us to work in a flexible manner on multiple projects in parallel, developing new assays or engaging with our academic partners to establish new programmes.
“The engineers that came on site did a fantastic job and really helped us out to keep the projects on track. As a company and site we appreciated the effort that PAA went too and will look forward to working with you again in the future.”
Group Leader, In vitro Biology DiscoveryShushant Jain, PhD
Our Cyto-Mine is compatible with 96- and 384-well microtiter plates, providing a high-throughput platform for single cell analysis. By combining this with the S-LAB, an easy-to-use automated plate handler from Peak Analysis and Automation, we will be able to offer improved throughput capabilities to help dramatically reduce timelines in biotherapeutic discovery and cell-line development.