Hamilton Company is a global enterprise with headquarters in Reno, Nevada; Franklin, Massachusetts; and Bonaduz, Switzerland and subsidiary offices throughout the world.

We are an industry leader in the design and manufacture of liquid handling, process analytics, robotics and automated storage solutions. For more than 60 years, Hamilton has been meeting customer needs with a combination of quality materials and skilled workmanship that ensures the highest level of performance. 

The leader in liquid handling equipment and laboratory automation technology, Hamilton Robotics is recognized for advancing life science and biotechnology industries with products that offer reliability, performance and flexibility.

Microlab STAR Line

Artificial Intelligence

The Microlab STAR Line of workstations uses air displacement pipetting and the unique CO-RE system for forceless tip pickup and ejection. These unrivalled features maximize sample care and integrity. This technology is applied to independent pipetting channels and multiprobe heads; simply switch on your system and start running your method.

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VANTAGE Liquid Handling System

Pipetting Evolution, Logistics Revolution

  • Simple assay programming & detailed 3-D simulation
  • Expandable, space saving design to meet changing lab's needs
  • Large throughput and walkaway time with over 400 plate capacity
  • Minimized runtimes for all pipetting and transportation tasks

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Microlab NIMBUS

Personal Pipetting Workstation

The Microlab NIMBUS workstation is a compact, multi-channel automated liquid handler that offers speed, flexibility, ease of use and superior pipetting performance – at a surprisingly affordable price.

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NGS Star

For Illumina Library Prep

Hamilton has partnered with Illumina, Inc. to automate a variety of Illumina library preparation kits. The Hamilton Microlab STAR workstation is a medium- to high-throughput system that can be configured to run Illumina-qualified protocols. Illumina-qualified means the analysis has shown the libraries prepared on the automated system perform comparably to those prepared manually.

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