Auto-Draw® Oral Syringe Filling System
Medical Packaging Inc. (MPI)’s Auto-Draw® Oral Syringe Filling System is a semi-automatic solution that is capable of filling most oral slip syringes ranging from 1 mL up to 50 mL in volume of varying viscosities. With a compact footprint and easy-to-navigate touchscreen interface, MPI’s Auto-Draw Oral Syringe Filling System automates batch filling of syringes with speed, accuracy, and repeatability. Setup is as easy as drawing an empty syringe to the desired graduation mark and tapping the syringe to the screen, setting the draw which will be repeated for the duration of the filling process.
Filling operations can be completed in a matter of a few seconds, and no additional software is required. MPI’s Auto-Draw Oral Syringe Filling System can be used with most brands of oral slip syringes, allowing users to continue using their current supplier, and it does not require the purchase of syringes from another manufacturer. The use of MPI’s economical and disposable tubing makes for easy cleanup between batches and is offered at roughly ½ the price of those offered by competing syringe filling systems. Medication can be poured into the supply container or drawn directly from the manufacturer’s container.
Implementing MPI’s Auto-Draw Oral Syringe Filling System significantly improves the speed and accuracy of filling large batches of syringes and eliminates the need to draw the medication into the syringe manually, which can contribute to decreasing Repetitive Stress Injuries (RSI).
Size: 11.1″ W x 11.6″ D x 12.3″ H
Weight: 25 lbs.
Power: 115/230V, 50/60Hz, 25 Watt
Software Requirements: None. Managed through touchscreen controls
Material Requirements: Requires the use of MPI authorized tube sets
Space Requirements: Sturdy and level countertop, height of 35″ or higher for comfortable working conditions. Clearance above the counter should be 13″ minimum. More than 4′ of counter space is recommended. The Auto-Draw Oral Syringe Filling System requires one (1) 120V outlet. Placing this device as close to a sink as possible is ideal when working with liquids.