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KRUI Medical AB has developed and patented a new technology allowing for emptying the syringe completely and only the tiny needle volume remains.

This new technology underlines KRUI Medical’s endeavours towards “Smart Syringes”;  simple, Smart product quality and cost-effective designs with industrial applicability considered.

This new technology can be applied to many types of syringes, i.e. conventional syringes, plastic pre-filled syringes and safety / self-destructing syringes. The technology can be applied to syringes up to at least 10 ml. Manufacturing costs will essentially be the same for the new technology compared to traditional syringes with hypodermic needles.

The current covid-19 vaccination campaigns have highlighted the need for quality controlled dosing and the importance of making use of all vaccine volumes produced. The new development from KRUI Medical answers to those demands and our hope is to contribute to the global endeavours to combat covid-19 and any future widespread infections.

21 JUNE, 2021

NEWS / PRESS RELEASE

KRUI Medical AB has developed and patented a new technology allowing for emptying the syringe completely and only the tiny needle volume remains.

This new technology underlines KRUI Medical’s endeavours towards “Smart Syringes”;  simple, Smart product quality and cost-effective designs with industrial applicability considered.

This new technology can be applied to many types of syringes, i.e. conventional syringes, plastic pre-filled syringes and safety / self-destructing syringes. The technology can be applied to syringes up to at least 10 ml. Manufacturing costs will essentially be the same for the new technology compared to traditional syringes with hypodermic needles.

The current covid-19 vaccination campaigns have highlighted the need for quality controlled dosing and the importance of making use of all vaccine volumes produced. The new development from KRUI Medical answers to those demands and our hope is to contribute to the global endeavours to combat covid-19 and any future widespread infections.

21 JUNE, 2021

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