Syringe-Manufacturing Machines

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[INQ. NO. 2209M23] The syringe-manufacturing machines of JEESUNG Engineering include a chain of machines that print the markings onto, assemble, package, and sterilize the syringes that we usually see at the clinics.


The machines manufacture general (conventional) syringes of different sizes, including 3ml, 5ml, 10ml, 20ml, etc.


The machines also manufacture some special syringes, such as the 1ml uni-body insulin syringe for diabetic patients, as well as auto-disable syringes, and safety syringes.


These syringes have different purposes. The auto-disable syringes are designed to be automatically disabled when someone intends to use them the second time (by breaking the piston when pulled, etc.) to prevent infection by blocking any attempt to use it more than once.


The safety syringes are designed to protect the medical staff from accidental infection. They are specially manufactured so that the needles will retract into the syringe after use and will not puncture the skin of the medical staffs.


In general, syringes of different sizes are manufactured by: the parts (barrel, plunger and gasket) of different sizes being manufactured by injection; the marks being printed onto the barrel; and the parts being assembled.

The process of syringe-manufacturing
When the machines assemble the parts into the completed products, they are blister-packaged, placed into cartons, and (as the final process) sterilized by the EO sterilizer so that they can be used on human patients at the clinics.


All these processes are carried out by a chain of machines (mold, injector, printer, assembler, and packager), called syringe-manufacturing machines.


 
 
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