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Snibe Showcases Maglumi X3 Fully Automatic CLIA System at EUROMEDLAB 2022

By LabMedica International staff writers
Posted on 12 Apr 2022
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Image: Maglumi X3 fully automatic CLIA system (Photo courtesy of Snibe)
Image: Maglumi X3 fully automatic CLIA system (Photo courtesy of Snibe)

Snibe (Shenzhen, China) showcased its new fully automatic Chemiluminescence Immunoassay (CLIA) system at the 24th IFCC-EFLM European Congress of Clinical Chemistry and Laboratory Medicine, EUROMEDLAB 2022, in Munich, Germany. EUROMEDLAB is the most influential platform in Europe where new ideas and technologies in laboratory diagnostics are shared and showcased.

At EUROMEDLAB 2022, Snibe demonstrated its new Maglumi X3 fully automatic CLIA system that is small but powerful, with a throughput of up to 200 tests per hour and a throughput per unit area is 294 tests per hour/m². One of the highest space efficiency CLIA analyzers, the Maglumi X3 combines one of the broadest automated CLIA test menus (181 parameters) and is compatible with all Maglumi reagents.

Its single reaction cup can avoid light pollution and increase cuvette utilization, while its integrated packaging can prevent the cuvette from sticking and destroying the cuvette wall. The MAGLUMI X3 features pipetting detection technologies such as liquid level, clot, and crash detection to ensure accurate and normal pipetting. It features the latest intelligent washing technology and bidirectional temperature control measurement to guarantee accurate and reliable results. With its advanced design, intelligent UI interface, user-friendly, easy, and convenient operation, the MAGLUMI X3 ensures excellent performance and is ideal for small and medium-sized hospitals and laboratories.

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