New agreement ensures more reliable LIMS labelling

A new strategic business partnership has been established between QSI, suppliers of WinLIMS and Brady Corporation, providers of labelling systems. The agreement will provide durable, legible labelling to ensure the integrity of sample identification with laboratory data.

The WinLIMS system provides robust sample tracking, GLP compliance, and accurate reporting. Brady’s labelling products will provide secure, permanent labelling solutions for the demanding environments in the laboratory, such as extreme temperatures, solvents, and chemicals.

The labels are reliably readable by user and machine alike, and can contain far more information about the sample than any hand-written label. A range of label generation software, printers and readers is available to produce labels for use on most commonly used laboratory consumables – microscope slides, well plates, vials, centrifuge tubes, flasks and many others.

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