Labman manufacture custom robotic solutions for many industrial, laboratory and medical applications. We work with customers worldwide to produce world class automated solutions.
Many of our systems are completely unique and are always tailored to each customers specific requirements; this may include anything from custom consumables that allow operators to work more comfortably, dedicated control software that connects to existing infrastructure or a special hand-tool to help remove a tight cap.
If you are new to automation and interested in what can be achieved or have a requirement in mind we would love to chat to you. For a flavour of what we do please browse our products section for examples of our work.
“This is the only machine in the world that can do this task; it’s going to allow us to work faster and more accurately”
Markus Pauly, Associate Professor of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, University of California
“From start to finish, the project was well designed and implemented with excellent communication throughout. It was a pleasure to work with Labman and NMR would have no hesitation in using them again in any future projects.”
Tony Craven, National Milk Records Group Operations Manager
“Our Tidas, fineness of grind measurement system, has resulted in significant time savings and improved workflow in our lab”
Applied technology manager, Major US and global pigment manufacturer
“We wanted a solution that fits our needs and that’s what we’ve got!”
Stephan Schmidt, Leibniz Institute of Plant Biochemistry
“Our Labman high throughput formulation system takes two months off a new product development cycle. We have saved over $200,000 refining just one core product”
Department Manager, Multinational
“Durham University commissioned Labman to undertake the mechanical design and installation of a Turbulence Generation System in Durham University’s 2m Wind Tunnel, which was both complex in its operation and mechanically challenging to design. Labman were committed and highly capable at designing and commissioning this state of the art system and as such Durham University now has a new test facility which is able to generate sophisticated unsteady airflow that places the University in a leading position for automotive research. The project was completed on budget and specification and is a testament to Labman’s capability.”