Biochemical Analyzer And Testing Instrument

At present, many medical automation instruments, such as fully automatic biochemistry instruments and other analytical instruments, need to keep the reagents and sample needle pipelines filled with water or reagents during the operation of the instrument. However, in actual work, the pure water and reagents used in the instrument inevitably contain some gas/bubbles. The presence of bubbles in precision instrument pipelines, whether in water or reagents, often interferes with instrument detection and reduces the accuracy of instrument detection results. Reducing and eliminating reagents and bubbles/gases in the instrument pipelines can improve the accuracy and stability of instrument detection, which is of great significance to improving instrument performance.