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Instrumentation Laboratory Launches New ACL Top Hemostasis Analyzers

Instrumentation Laboratory (IL) has added ACL TOP 700 and ACL TOP 700 CTS Hemostasis Testing Systems to its ACL TOP Family. The new analyzers represent IL's product line offering for high throughput hemostasis testing labs.

Built on the imprint of the highly-successful ACL TOP models, the ACL TOP 700 and ACL TOP 700 CTS offer advanced technology and deliver ‘Testing-Process Automation’ with maximum speed, intelligence and simplicity to increase productivity and reduce workload in routine and specialty labs.

In addition, the ACL TOP 700 and ACL TOP 700 CTS include new advanced features, including remote diagnostics capabilities and enhanced software security.

According to Instrumentation Laboratory, all members of the ACL TOP family employ the same powerful and intuitive software, broad test menu, features and usability, consumables and reagents, and provide the same accurate results offering true testing standardization.

Remo Tazzi, director of marketing Hemostasis Instruments at IL, said: “The ACL TOP 700 and ACL TOP 700 CTS are examples of the implementation of our platform strategy. Once again, we leveraged the standardized ACL TOP Family platform with its proven history of quality, to deliver timely product improvements and enhanced efficiency.”

Since the base model ACL TOP was introduced in 2004, IL has launched a number of other models, including: ACL TOP CTS (2006), ACL TOP 500 CTS (2008) and the ACL TOP 700 LAS, for laboratory track systems, (2009).

Instrumentation Laboratory is a developer, manufacturer and distributor of in vitro diagnostic instruments, related reagents and controls for use primarily in hospitals and independent clinical laboratories. The company’s product lines include critical care systems, hemostasis systems and information management systems.