plate pourers

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Subject: Re: plate pourers
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From: eisenman at umbc.edu (David M. Eisenmann)
Date: Fri, 17 Oct 1997 08:35:25 -0500
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In article <625ulf$ntq at net.bio.net>, Thomas Burglin
<burglin at ubaclu.unibas.ch> wrote:


>
> Hi,
> we use a Tecnomara (Swiss company) Tecnomat 135.
> You put in empty plates in a dispenser (about 30 at a time)
> , the plates are moved automatically
> and agar is dispensed (with an automatic
> pump unit), and the plates come out the other
> end. (stacking manually, though they also sell you a stacking
> machine).
>
>
> Thomas
>
>

Hi Thomas - yes I've seen similar things advertised here, but they're
$10,000 US, which is a bit more than I'm thinking of spending!  Sounds
pretty plush though.  Take care,

Dave





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