Day: June 28, 2021

Five Great Tips for Keeping your Equipment Working Optimally

As part of your responsibility as you operate your equipment, you need to clean your equipment occassionally and also consider these additional tips which will make your equipment operate optimally.

  • Utilize preventive maintenance and schedule routine tasks.
  • Lubricate equipment in the right way with the right lubricant.
  • Regularly monitor equipment for wear, tear, and damage.
  • Avoid overworking equipment frequently.
  • Have the equipment under a service contract which will enable our engineers to visit and work on the equipment as required.

Could This Be your Next Hematology Equipment


  • One button test, continuous Auto-loading
  • Principles: Flow Cytometry (FCM) + Tri-angle laser scatter + Chemical staining + Latex-enhanced Scattering Immunoturbidimetry method
  • 3 sample modes: whole blood, capillary whole blood and pre-diluted modes
  • Up to 90 tests per hour
  • 33 parameters, including 26 reportable parameters
  • 1 3D scattergram, 3 2D scattergrams, 3 histograms
  • Large storage capacity: up to 100,000 records
  • Build-in CRP reagent refrigeration system
  • Closed and open vial modes supported
  • Bi-directional LIS supported
  • Languages: Chinese, English, Spanish, French, Russian and Portuguese