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München Klinik, Institut für Laboratoriumsmedizin

Replacement of TLA bulk loader
with a separate high-performance bulk sorter

Product: ASP SortPro10

Special requirements:
Expedited identification of samples in peak times.
Reduced TAT for critical samples
Processing of e-swab containers

Additional benefits:
Flexible teaching and assignment of tube types
Target compartment displays

„We always aim to be particularly fast. SortPro supports this with its high processing speed, and not just during peak times. „

Dr. Alexander v. Meyer, MBA
Director of Laboratory Medicine

Laboratory Dr. von Froreich, Hamburg, Germany

Reducing turnaround time by half and reducing staff retention in the area of sample identification.

2x ASP SortPro 8

Key requirements:
High processing speed
Reliability of color recognition
Recognition of tube type and manufacturer

Additional advantages:
Check up of centrifugation status
Teach-in mode for new tube types on the device itself
Search function over all processed samples
Intelligent error correction

„Our preanalytical department has now been able to free up time slots due to faster processing in the sorter area. The faster processing therefore also benefits other departments.“

Melanie Gräff
Technical Management – Preanalytics/Central Laboratory 2

Official Logo of the Mater Dei Hospital in Malta.

Mater Dei Hospital, Malta

Innovative All-in-One sample distribution system for contactless sample transport in a hospital with over 1000 beds.

2x ASP SortPro ALSR4

Key requirements:
Fully automatic integration with Sumetzberger’s pneumatic transport system
Reliable sample identification
Intelligent routing to four destinations

Additional advantages:
Manual tube entry at main reception
High-speed transport and reliable sorting
Significant cost reduction in operation

„This is not just a highly efficient system that allows for a swift journey from the patient’s bed to the result on the doctor’s desk. Furthermore, it’s also very cost-saving.“

Dr. Christopher Barbara
Chair of Clinical Studies
Department of Pathology, MDH