Mayor Arlene Setzer welcomes GO2 to Vandalia, Ohio.
Visitors from local businesses, vendors and suppliers attended the Open House Event.
An example of the innovation that keeps GO2 at the top of their field is apparent in the AutomateR Intelli-Cell® solution.
The University of Dayton Research Institute and the Air Force Research Laboratory at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base were in need of a solution to a very labor intensive process for manually pipetting three different materials – alane, titanium isopropoxide, and oleic acid – inside a glovebox. GO2 was approached to develop an automated method that would robotically dispense, mix, sonicate and verify the highly accurate process. GO2 integrated an air displacement pipettor, which could handle the corrosive liquids within the specified volumes, with a Mitsubishi vertical articulating robotic arm. Additionally, GO2 developed a custom airtight chamber to house the entire system that could be purged with nitrogen. This new integrated system runs a batch of 56 vials in roughly 20 minutes. It is highly accurate and solved repeatability and quality issues the manual process was prone to.