- Published on Wednesday, 03 July 2013 17:09
To further improve safety, several auto-disable items come equipped with retractable needles.
- Increased safety: China suppliers of hypodermic syringes are boosting safety in upcoming releases. Needles adopted retract automatically into the inner wall of the barrel after use. This prevents injuries even when the product is disposed.
- Auto-disable models: More companies are developing auto-disable items, which have plungers that can be removed from the barrel to avoid reuse. Some of these variants are also equipped with retractable needles. They are priced two times higher than traditional variants.
- Upgraded component: A few designs employ holders in lotus structures that prevent needles from retracting immediately when used on soft muscle.
- Additional production lines: In response to increasing demand, a number of companies are setting up special assembly lines to turn out a higher volume of auto-disable syringes.
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