PCR Cyclers

Thermal cyclers for real-time PCR | QIAGEN

High-performance thermal cyclers

Thermal cyclers are important tools for high-performance PCR instrumentation, designed to advance your research to the next level. With the expansion of PCR solutions to block-based cyclers for real-time PCR, we are committed to enhancing your experiment. Our advanced sample block technology ensures error-free, fast, sensitive and reproducible results. These scalable platforms offer versatile sample capacities suitable for both standard and high-throughput applications. Combined with robust chemistries, your PCR will benefit from the quality of our instruments, from sample preparation to final results.

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Fast, high-performance systems for standard and high-throughput applications using real-time PCR.

For optimal results, use the instruments in conjunction with the consumables.

Q-Rex software for real-time PCR instruments
Maximal functionality, minimal hands-on time, optimal workflow
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Partner with QIAGEN Service Solutions

Technical problems are unavoidable in the life cycle of your PCR instrument. Protect your instrument with diverse service solutions from QIAGEN. We are committed to optimizing your laboratory workflow and increasing your compliance and instrument uptime for overall improved performance – partner with our highly-skilled, certified service team. Learn more about a specific service agreement to match your needs. 

Interested in one of our PCR instruments?
We offer a thermal cycler for every challenge, application, and budget. Ask for more information, request a demo of a specific instrument, or get a quote.
The instruments are intended for molecular biology applications. These products are not intended for the diagnosis, prevention or treatment of a disease. Therefore, the performance characteristics of the products for clinical use (i.e., diagnostic, prognostic, therapeutic or blood banking) are unknown.