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  • KX2 Robot

  • For flexible, safe, and reliable laboratory automation, look no further than the innovative KX-2 collaborative laboratory robot.
  • Hotel Racks

  • Store microplates for at-will retrieval. Designed for quick access to load/unload media.
  • Sequential Stacks

  • Stores microplates for First-In-Last-Out retrieval. Designed for quick access to load/unload media.
  • Carousels

  • Carousels can hold up to 10 Hotel Racks and/or Sequential Stacks. These maximize storage capabilities while minimizing footprint.

KX2 Robot

For flexible, safe, and reliable laboratory automation, look no further than the innovative KX-2 collaborative laboratory robot. KX2 Robot

Hotel Racks

Store microplates for at-will retrieval. Designed for quick access to load/unload media. See Hotel Racks

Sequential Stacks

Stores microplates for First-In-Last-Out retrieval. Designed for quick access to load/unload media. See Sequential Stacks

Carousels

Carousels can hold up to 10 Hotel Racks and/or Sequential Stacks. These maximize storage capabilities while minimizing footprint. See Carousels

Introducing KX2

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About Us

Peak Robotics was founded in 1989 under the name MEKAnize Inc. Our primary focus was custom automation and motion control products that later expanded into a standard product line. As our business grew, we sought to make long lasting relationships through providing customers with quality products and services to build fully integrated systems.

In 2012, Peak Robotics merged with Process Analysis and Automation to create Peak Analysis and Automation. After the merger, our focus changed to laboratory solutions and integrations, and we continued to expand our product and service offerings.  

In 2020, Peak Analysis and Automation was purchased by Directech Industrial. Directech specializes in Industrial Automation all over the globe. As part of this acquisition, our company went back to its best-known name as Peak Robotics. Peak Robotics has returned to custom robotics and redirected focus on laboratory automation, rather than system integration.