About usGet to know the IUL GROUP and its history
Since 1987 IUL is designing, producing and commercializing automation solutions for microbiology laboratories. Our goal is to provide more comfortable, safer and reliable microbiological control for the industry.
From the very beginning IUL has been committed with research. In the last decade IUL has opened its scope to viability PCR with its Spin off GenIUL, and more recently to the applications of light in Artificial Insemination, that improves fertility rates. Both fields are taking more and more interest in the last years, becoming an essential part of the company.
IUL also develops OEM products for several companies, helping them achieve their objectives in a flexible manner.
IUL’s products are present in more than a 100 countries all over the world. Being top sellers not only in Europe, its birthplace, but also in the U.S. and Japan.The quality of production, the ideas that the IUL products incorporate and a reasonable pricing granted IUL a worldwide recognition.
IUL, more than 30 Years of Experience
IUL, S.A. start
First instrument; Masticator homogenizer
Manual Colony Counter
Dosi Dilutor. Gravimetric dilutor
Haloes Caliper. Zone reader.
Countermat. First automatic colony counter.
Autosampler. First Robotic colony counter
Bio Dilutor. Serial Dilutions.
Delta Dilutor. Gravimetric diluter.
Eddy Jet & Mycrosyringe spiral plater.
Countermat Flash colony counter.
Polystainer slide stainer
Spin Air sampler
Plate Handler robotic colony counter
Flash&Go automatic colony counter
Pinch Dilutor gravimetric diluter
Smart Dilutor gravimetric diluter.
Phast Blue vPCR.
Eddy Jet 2.
From the very beginning IUL’s products have given creative solutions to everyday lab automation problems. With 15 international patents we are proud of our R+D capability.
All our products are CE certified, that indicates conformity with health, safety, and environmental protection standards for products sold within the European Economic Area.
FDA CFR 21 part 11
Our new instruments are compilant with CFR 21 part 11, that defines the criteria under which electronic records and electronic signatures are considered trustworthy, reliable, and equivalent to paper records