Syringe infusion pump
The motor drives the plate, pushing the plunger which ejects the fluid from the syringe. Continuous flow can be achieved by using pumps with two syringes, where one pulls liquid and the other pushes liquid. Most modern syringe pumps can be programmed for higher accuracy and improved control, and some models can be connected to a computer to record the infusion history. Moreover, pumps that have an adjustable syringe holder are more versatile in their applications.
In addition, some syringe pumps can have both infusion and withdrawal features, and others can accommodate multiple syringes (usually up to 10 syringes). They can operate at very small volumetric flow rates (in the micro, nano, and pico ranges) while offering pulseless flow with very high precision in delivery.
Many parameters can be controlled in modern syringe pumps. For example, pressure control facilitates handling liquids with high viscosity or to introduce fluids under high pressure. Syringe heaters or preheated syringes offer temperature control. Some syringe pumps let users switch between different syringes to regulate the working range.
Remote plasma thawing device
This device is used to carry the blood samples from blood collection center to blood testing labs in a maintained temperature. Device is a hand held type of device which can be easily handled during transportation. Device has following features:
✪ Remote plasma thawing device can thaws 4 strips at a time.
✪ Very simple to operate and intuitive application.
✪ High standard of hygiene due to dry warming since there is no direct contact to water.
✪ Smooth surfaces and rounded edges are provided inside and outside of the tank.
✪ Electronic documentation provided on request.
✪ Large led display with plain text.