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DIRUI Exhibits Latest Lab Automation Technologies and Devices

By LabMedica International staff writers
Posted on 06 Feb 2024
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Image: The latest lab automation solutions highlighted at Medlab Middle East 2024 (Photo courtesy of DIRUI)
Image: The latest lab automation solutions highlighted at Medlab Middle East 2024 (Photo courtesy of DIRUI)

DIRUI Industrial Co. (Jilin Province, China) is presenting its latest lab automation technologies and devices at Medlab Middle East 2024, including its advanced analyzers for clinical chemistry, urine analysis, and hematology testing.

At Medlab Middle East 2024, DIRUI is showcasing the MUS-3600 urinalysis system featuring four formed element modules that incorporate two urine analysis modules, and has a throughput of up to 480 T/H (for hybrid). It allows up to 580 urine samples to be loaded at one time and features a friendly design with a one-key QC & calibration function. DIRUI is also showcasing the BF-7200 automatic hematology analysis system which can test for 29 parameters, 2 scattergrams and 2 histograms, 7 parameters, 1 scattergram, and 1 histogram. It has a maximum throughput of 480T/H/CBD+DIFF 4 modules and comes with the prompt function of pathology and morphology abnormality alarm.

At the DIRUI booth at Medlab Middle East 2024, visitors can experience the CS-T240Plus fully automated chemistry analyzer which is a powerful desktop device with a constant throughput of 240 tests/ hour and optional ISE throughput of 480 tests/ hour. It performs whole blood testing for HbA1c and delivers accurate results using low minimum reaction volume and saving reagents. The CS-T240Plus has a water consumption of only 3L per hour and features a water quality check function for reliable results.

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