Laboratory Samples

To ensure high-quality laboratory samples, it is important that the samples are transported in stable conditions and brought quickly to the lab.

Adding modern individual controlling to the mix ensures a gently delivery of the pneumatic tube capsules, guaranteeing quality.
Moreover, the valuable time of qualified personnel is spared, since the samples do not need to be transported to the laboratory by hand. . 

Emergency Transportation 

When every second counts, capsules have to arrive on site quickly and securely.

Emergency transport is therefore prioritized throughout the entire system and all associated transport data is stored in the software.
A special monitoring system informs the sender and receiver of the shipment status.

Shipments can also be tracked in real time with graphics.


Transport of Medication

Especially when transporting drugs like morphine, a high standard of security is mandatory. 

By way of identification systems, such as RFID, magnetic cards or PIN codes for example, unauthorized personnel are restricted from sending or receiving goods.

A seamless documentation system keeps a record of the exact route that the medication travels up until extraction. 

Laboratory Lines

Since capsules are usually shipped and received with very high frequency in the laboratory, transporting these capsules quickly is of great importance.
A special multifaceted shipping line, directly connected to the distributor, allows the continuous transport of capsules to and from the laboratory, saving both time and space. 

Instead of accumulating in the laboratory, empty capsules are quickly transported to the distributor
From there, they are automatically sent to your home without having to manually enter an address.

Incoming capsules are slowed gently and slide along a track.

Special Requirements

A wide variety of hardware and software settings enable the delivery of critical goods such as blood samples, tissue samples or cytostatic agents.
Each of these items has their own special requirements during transport.

Blood samples should be sent with as little chance of vibration as possible and at slow speed to avoid hemolysis.
Modern frequency transformer control allows the transport speed to be dynamically reduced from 6 m/s to about 3 m/s.

Emergency goods such as tissue samples are handled with priority in the system so they reach their destination as quickly as possible and without delay.

Cytostatics or morphine require a high level of security, which is given for example by authorization systems and lockable baskets.