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Zephyr G3 NGS Workstation

For low-to-medium throughput NGS needs, the Zephyr® G3 NGS workstation is a compact, semi-automated solution designed to construct up to 96 NGS libraries per day. This compact workstation is equipped with a highly precise, 96-channel pipetting head and includes an integrated gripper. Also included in this compact workstation is on-deck temperature and shaking options and a waste tip chute.

For research use only. Not for use in diagnostic procedures.


The Zephyr G3 NGS liquid handling platform is a compact, easy-to-use system specifically designed for complete library prep automation or for the separation of pre- and post-PCR processes. It can handle up to 48 to 96 samples per day.

This workstation includes:

  • Highly precise, 96-channel pipetting head
  • Integrated gripper
  • On-deck temperature control options
  • On-deck shaking options
  • Waste Tip chute

This workstation can prepare DNA, RNA, exome or metagenomics NGS library preparations and comes with over 40 verified library preparation methods.

We recommend using Revvity branded pipette tips with your liquid handler. Our tips have been carefully designed and produced to stringent standards of quality to ensure maximum accuracy and precision, and are the only tips guaranteed to work on Revvity liquid handlers.


Model Name
Zephyr® G3 NGS Liquid Handling workstation


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