INJECTION MOLDING

Injection molding is a process made up of four stages; Filling – Pressurizing – Cooling – Remolding. These four stages directly determine the forming quality of our products. These four stages are a continuous process. Once complete we can reproduce products in batches.

  1. We confirm the raw materials, our focus is no pollution through out the process of packaging.
  2. Turning on the heating switch, and carefully set the temperature of each section.
  3. To get into semi-automatic or full-automatic working state.
  4. Use the vernier calipers to check the size of syringe.

Defect in the appearance: such as a silver discoloration or a weld mark.
Technological questions: such as a flying edge, shrinkage or glue shortage.
Performance questions: such as a warpage or embrittlement.

PRE-PRINTING

  1. First priority is to check the printer is in good condition and running properly.
  2. Trial printing and spraying adjust the oil needle and air needle, so that the spray pressure of 0.4-0.5MPa is completely atomized and the mist flow is cone-shaped.
  3. When beginning a normal printing process we first adjust the speed of the printing machine.

ASSEMBLY

  1. Assembly starts with a system check for any problems or defects with the assembly via the syringe machine and the gas supply system.
  2. We turn on the Main power supply of the assembly machine and ensure the emergency power supply is active.
  3. We engage the syringe jacket, core rod, rubber stopper and injection needle into the each bunker.
  4. We turn on the vibrating hopper to adjust the feeding speed.
  • The rubber plug speed 70% – 82%
  • The flat needle 66% – 68%

PACKING

  1. The majority of disposable medical products use the PE bag design that is easy to open. This bag can be easily torn, so there is no need to worry about the package being leaky.
  2. Our packaging machinery is precise with both the temperature control and pressure control.
  3. Rolling cutter, which ensures that the package design cutting does not produce debris and the package cut more precise and smooth.
  4. The surface of the packaging material is smooth and free of stains, folds or wrinkles.
  5. All words are printed in the correct position. Printed text, symbols or logos are printed clear, spotless and not distorted.

STERILIZATION

  1. Syringes to be sterilized must be thoroughly cleaned.
  2. There should be space between the top and bottom of the articles loaded in the sterilization cabinet, the sterilization articles should not touch the cabinet wall.
  3. We strictly follow the instructions of the ethylene oxide sterilizer manufacturer to ensure proper sterilization.
  4. Atomizing ethylene oxide to a predetermined concentration and maintaining the sterilization time.

STORAGE

  1. Good warehouse storage must have light air temperature, maintained at 70% humidity at 20 ℃ to prevent medical consumables becoming perishable.
  2. The warehouse can be divided into two areas: the qualified area and the waiting area.
  3. The space between shelves in the warehouse shall be set to ensure a certain width, so as to facilitate air circulation and the removal and placing of consumables.

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