Analytical Instrumentation Modular Platform for

Wet Chemical Analysis Quality control in many industries depends on the routine analysis of a handful of key parameters. Often, determination of these parameters is distributed across several technologies and methods. This goes along with cumbersome aggregation of results and management of data from different sources. With the launch of the new, modular OMNIS platform for comprehensive wet chemical analysis, this situation will change.

The new modular platform by Metrohm integrates comprehensive wet chemical analysis focusing on titration methods at the time of its first release with the implementation of all other techniques of the Metrohm (Switzerland) portfolio (ion chromatography, spectroscopy, and more) scheduled to follow.

The benefits of the new platform for multi- method analysis are evident: No matter which parameters need to be determined and by which methods, the new, powerful software collects the results for each sample and shows them in a single report.

The modular design and licensing concept of the new platform enables users to scale up OMNIS step by step and customise it according to their requirements. Instead of investing in new analysers and software each time they need to push the limits of their installed base, users simply license additional functional modules as well as firm- and software modules to scale up their OMNIS system.

The modular concept of OMNIS also includes automation: OMNIS can be scaled up step by step from a stand-alone system for manual operation to a powerful robotic system enabling the analysis of up to 175 samples at 4 work stations simultaneously, completely unattended.

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Automated Titration

of up to 175 Samples Performing 4 different titrations simultaneously on a single, fully automated system is the new state of the art in titration. The new OMNIS platform by Metrohm includes an of x-y-z sample robot, taking the efficiency of wet chemical analysis to new levels. Higher sample throughput …

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Besides a titrator, the new OMNIS platform includes an x-y-z sample robot that is modular by design and accommodates up to seven racks with a maximum capacity of 175 samples altogether.

… on a smaller footprint …

It makes a substantial differences in terms of footprint to accommodate 175 samples on the square design of a modular x-y-z system vs. distributing the same number of samples across two or even three discrete autosamplers with turntables. The amount of bench space saved with the new titration platform is considerable.

… at a more competitive price …

As the capacity of turntable sample changers is inherently limited, pushing the limit used to mean investing in another autosampler and a titrator, possibly more, depending on the sample volume. Not so with the OMNIS platform. The OMNIS Sample Robot can be scaled up module by module from size S to M to L all connected to the same titration stand.

… in much less time

Fully automated parallel titration at 4 work stations means: getting the same number of samples analyzed for the same parameters up to three times faster than by sequential analysis. The titrations performed at 4 work stations can be all of the same kind or different ones – the new platform can handle both.

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OMNIS is the new, modular titration platform by Metrohm. Scale up OMNIS module by module from a simple stand-alone analyzer to a powerful robotic system performing 4 fully automated titrations simultaneously! No matter the measurement, liquid handling, or automation requirement, OMNIS is:

OMNIS is the new, modular titration platform by Metrohm. Whatever measuring modes, liquid hand- ling, and scope of automation you need – scale up OMNIS module by module from a simple stand- alone analyzer to a powerful robotic system performing 4 fully automated titrations simultaneously!

• FASTER – Analyze 175 samples on 4 workstations completely unattended • SAFER – Exchange reagents without opening bottles • EASIER – Confi gure work systems intuitively by drag and drop • MORE EFFICIENT – Whichever parameters you determine and by whichever methods, get the results in a single report

New Adapter Technology Prevents Exposure to Hazardous Chemicals

Wet chemical analysis by definition includes handling liquid reagents. Exposure to chemicals during reagent exchange is a potential hazard to the health of laboratory workers, especially when removing aspiration tubes from bottles with toxic content. Metrohm (Switzerland) is pleased to present the OMNIS Liquid Adapter, a new technology that puts an end to this risk altogether by handling reagents in a closed system at any stage during reagent exchange.

The patented OMNIS Liquid Adapter is simply snapped onto a corresponding bottle cap that is part of the reagent bottle. As soon as this liquid adapter is connected to the bottle cap, reagent from the bottle can be aspirated by the system and the analysis can be started.

Artificial intelligence further enhances this new system enabling unambiguous identification and monitoring of the reagent at all times. To this end, the bottle cap contains an RFID chip with complete information about the content of the bottle. Upon connection to the Liquid Adapter, OMNIS identifies the reagent and checks it against the specifications of the method to be performed. This check prevents user errors and provides full traceability of the titration.

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