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Development of "automatic balancing centrifuge"

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Writer 관리자 Date05-11-09 11:28 Hit1,584

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Developed 'Automatic Balancing Centrifuge'

<For laboratory medicine ... Expected to replace KRW 20 billion per year>


HANLAB (CEO Ryu Heui-Geun) said that it will develop and show the automatic balancing centrifuge for laboratory medicine.


The automatic equilibrium centrifugal separator is a device that helps to select only necessary components by classifying blood samples widely used in the basic science field according

to their specific gravity difference, and is widely used in life sciences and engineering fields including medical institutions.

Conventional centrifuges were required to balance the weight through the human hand every time the sample was put in. However, this product is a great advantage because it eliminates

the manual work process and reduces preparation time for centrifugation.

 

In addition, it is also possible to prevent the secondary infection from the user by preventing the damage of the device or the sample due to the unbalance of the sample.

Furthermore, it integrates information technology (IT) and remote monitoring function through the Internet network,

which enables rapid maintenance service and customized service for each customer.

In recognition of its outstanding technology, HANLAB recently received the prime minister’s prize at the 2005 Precision Technology Promotion Contest held by the Korea Technology Institute.

 

Kim Hak-chul, a senior researcher at the company's Technology Development Research Center, said, "I have independently developed technology for the world market from the beginning,

and have already registered or filed an international patent in major advanced countries." "In Korean market, most centrifuges are dependent on imports; however, we can expect 20 billion won worth of import substitution effect annually by launching this product.”

Meanwhile, the company, which was founded in 1993, has been working on laboratory medicine equipment and felt the necessity of developing a centrifuge with automatic balancing function.