The world is heading towards automation. One cannot imagine, any of the instruments or devices without any automated systems installed in it. New research and developments focus on innovative automated systems. Automated tube capper also falls under this category. The automated tube capper/decapper can automatically remove, then recap or dispose of tubes, TPE septum caps from a whole tube rack of 96 tubes. Manually removing the caps or recapping them consumes much of the productive time of a person. Thus, the automated tube capper will eliminate the need of manually removing the caps in turn improving the productivity. Also Septum piercing is not required therefore the user can use a wide range of liquid handling systems. Some of the automated tube capper also dispose the caps or recap them on the same tubes. This feature removes the step of manually recapping the tubes after sampling. Depending on the type of tube, decapping and recapping time of the automated tube capper approximately varies from 15-30 seconds.
The global automated tube capper market can be segmented into the type of caps which can be used, product type, the end users and region wise. Automated tube capper can be segmented on the basis of the type of caps which are going to be used for capping/decapping. There are two types of caps used in automated tube capper. They are Matrix screw top caps and the Nunc screw top caps. The matrix screw top caps are angular on the top generally have hexagonal or octagonal or decagonal edges. Whereas, the nunc screw top caps are round on the top of the cap. Automated Tube Capper can be individual based on the type of caps or can be dual wherein just the adaptor particular for the caps to be used can be changed. Further the automated tube capper market can be segmented on the basis of the product type, in which on product is just the capping/decapping automated machine and the second one comes with barcoding system also. First product is usual one whereas the second one reads 1 D barcodes on the rack along with capping/ decapping option.
The global automated tube capper market is further segmented on the basis of end-users. The automated tube capper is generally used in labs preferably the analytical labs, diagnostic labs, biobanks etc. Capping and decapping of stored samples is an essential step in many sample storing biobanks or other laboratory facilities. With growing demand for higher sampling output in many laboratories, the automated tube capper ease the efforts of manually capping/ decapping thus saving time and efforts of the user. This automated tube capper will enhance the productivity with increase in quality of sample protection and is also easy to use. It will also maintain the sample integrity and will prevent sample loss during the storage or the shelf life. The caps are also correctly oriented and not over tightened or cross threaded. The maintenance of automated tube capper is easy and its integration into the automated systems is easy. The above mentioned factors are anticipated to drive the global market for automated tube capper market
In coming years, the demand for more sampling facilities is going to increase. Thus will require automated time saving tube capper. The need for more sampling facilities will drive the market of automated tube capper. The factors hampering growth of automated tube capper can be problems in the automation or problems related to the machine calibration that may otherwise change the automated system. This can result in decrease in capping/decapping speed. Also some of the technological advancements may overpower the automated tube capping system. Overall, the global market for automated capper market is anticipated to register a healthy growth rate by the end of forecast period
Based on geography, the global automated tube capper market is divided into five regions— North America, Latin America, Europe, Asia-Pacific and Middle East & Africa. Automated tube capper market is prominent in North America market which is followed by Europe market for automated tube capper. Then comes the Asia Pacific market for automated tube capper, which is trailed by Latin America and Middle East market for automated tube capper. This is due to the prevalence of the number of laboratories in these regions. The key players in the automated tube capper market are Thermo Fisher Scientific, USA Scientific, Hamilton, Sigma-Aldrich and FluidX.
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