How to choose clinical chemistry analyzer

What is clinical chemistry analyzer? Chemistry lab equipment clinical chemistry analyzer includes two types, semi automated clinical chemistry analyzer, and full automated chemistry analyzer. fully automatic biochemistry analyzer means machine will finish all process automated, you only need to set up the parameters and put reagent and sample on the machine, then you can get a result on the computer. you can set the parameters and print out the result by printer. Check following links to see an operation video for the chemistry lab equipment clinical chemistry analyzer. operation video for the chemistry lab equipment clinical chemistry analyzer
semi automated clinical chemistry analyzer needs you change the reagent hand by hand, semi automated chemistry analyzer will finish parts of work, and you will need to finish parts of work with machine together. Check following links to see an operation video for semi automated clinical chemistry analyzer, operation video for semi automated clinical chemistry analyzer

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Reagent for chemistry analyzer, Open system can be used for any brand, Like Mindray, Beckmen and others.

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Banner Hemming Methods You Can Use

With banner hemming, you can opt to sew, glue, weld with heat, or tape your banners. There are shops that don’t have the sewing machine, and glue is not the only option although it doesn’t need machinery when hemming. Let’s go over the options one by one.

Hemming with Glue
You have to first get the right adhesive glue for vinyl banners. Per experience, we set the banner flat on a table and lay an 8-foot and 2-inches wide ruler along the edge of the banner. Using the ruler, we drew a straight line that is 2 inches from the edge. After that, we applied the glue within the line to the edge of the banner in one side. And then we folded an inch over to the pen line. We then used a hard rubber roller to seal the vinyl with itself. We repeated this process on all sides.

This is probably the toughest method, in my opinion, to hem your banner among the others that I will be discussing as well.

Hem Banner with Tape
This is one easy method. The process is the same as described above. You lay the banner flat, set a 2-inch by 96-inch ruler, and mark the 2-inch line with the pen. This time, instead of glue, you lay the tape along the line you have drawn.

After putting the tape on, peel the adhesive backing paper off, fold the banner, and then press them together, still, using a hard rubber roller or the like.

Others that Need Equipment
The above methods are the only ones wherein you can mechanically hem a banner, but there are also other better alternatives which require the use of a machine or equipment.

Sewing Machine
The first is the industrial sewing machine, which fits a double foot to enable parallel stitching. This is one simple method if you have the machine.

If you have the money, you can get one online. You just have to make sure that you are purchasing from a reputable company with a really good customer service.

On one hand, learning how to use the machine is way tougher than buying it. It takes practice until you are able to consistently fold one inch of the vinyl banner over and straightly sew it without bunching the material. Once you have mastered that, your next goal is to learn how to sew a straight seam at a faster pace.

Heat- Welded Seam
Using the heat-welded seam is the last method. This one needs a special equipment. You can either use heat welders or heat seamers. A heat seamer moves along the edge of the banners, while heat welder moves the banner through a heated hem welder. You can also make pole pockets like the other methods.

In Conclusion
Whatever method you opt to use to hem your vinyl banners, the end result is the same. One method that I don’t like is the taping one, because as you roll the taped hem, it tends to make wrinkles along the hem, which are not neat to look at. But if you are hemming for an outdoor banner with a long viewing distance, the wrinkles are not really visible.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Barry K. Brown has been in the WHOLESALE Sign, Banner, Decal and Display Business, which is Rated A+ by the BBB, for over 20 years. It isn’t what he thought he’d do with his life, but he says he knows too much now to do anything else!

He has been marketing these products online since 1998, and the company he was general manager of in 1998 was the first sign company to be listed on Yahoo!

The Pros and Cons of Dye Sublimation Fabric Printing

The process of sublimating dyes in fabric is what you call dye sublimation printing. In this graphic press method, the graphic is first printed on a heat transfer paper in a printer with a CMYO dye cartridges, which is a bit different from the typical CMYK ink set.
The CMYO Dye Set and Heat Transfer Paper
A typical digital printer uses the Cyan, Magenta, Yellow, Black (CMYK) ink set, while a dye sublimation printer uses the CMYO dye set that stands for Cyan, Magenta, Yellow, and a clear overprint.

Inkjet and sublimation printers are not easily interchangeable. Once you set up a printer that is due to print dyes, you cannot easily convert it back to printing the CMYK inks. Before any graphic image is pressed on a fabric, with sublimation, the image is first printed in a paper that accepts dyes known as the heat transfer paper.

Post Heat Transfer Paper Printing
The printed paper is then pressed onto a polyester fabric, run through heated rollers at 375 Fahrenheit. With heat and pressure, the polymer cells within the fabric open up and, at the same time, the dyes are converted from liquid to gaseous form.

Permanent and Fade Resistant Fabric Prints
The converted gas form of dyes fill into the heat pressurized opened polymer cells. After going through that process, as it cools down, the opened polymers close, permanently trapping the gaseous dyes within the polyester fabric. Since the dyes are in gaseous form, it won’t create dot patterns unlike inkjet printing; rather it makes a continuous photographic print tone.

The Pros of Sublimation Fabric Printing
1) Continuous Photographic Print Tone

This is the same as what I have previously mentioned. Dye sublimation is able to produce smooth images just like those in photographs. It created brighter color variations and transitions way more than you’ll see with inkjet printing, which gives the overall print a superior visual appearance.

2) Printed Dyes are Resistant to Easy Fading

Since the dyes are sublimated or permanently embedded within the fabric, they won’t easily flake off unlike some other regular inks, particularly those inks used in garments for t-shirt printing or rigid substrates.

The Cons of Dye Sublimation on Fabric
When it comes to disadvantages, there is not much when it comes to dye sublimation fabric printing. But, let me tell you a couple of things in my mind.

1) Printing at slower rate

The process of printing is slower as compared to inkjet printing since there are two processes which include the printing on the heat transfer paper and the sublimation part. This also affects labor cost to some degree. However, there are now sublimation printers that have both the paper and fabric inline, and both are run through the heated rollers as the printer continues the graphic press process.

2) Some Issue in Production

There is this issue with production which is now fixed with the newer dye sub printers. Before, although still in the present, it is not unusual to get wrinkles on the fabric or paper, which may result in ruined printed fabrics. When that happens, you have to do it again. People who still experience this issue are probably using the old sublimation printers which would demand higher pricing per square foot for wide format sizes. Also, there are still a lot of shops that don’t have the newer printers though.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Barry K. Brown has been in the Sign, Banner, Decal and Display Business for over 20 years. The business is rated A+ by the BBB since 2014. Wholesale pricing and FREE Quote are offered.

It isn’t what he thought he’d do with his life, but he says he knows too much now to do anything else! He has been marketing these products online since 1998, and the company he was general manager of in 1998 was the first sign company to be listed on Yahoo!