Hematology Analyzer, also known as complete Blood Cell Analyzer.
Analyzers can range from basic instruments for complete blood count (CBC) analyzer machine, also called full blood count machine, to multifunctional systems designed for cell morphology and measurement of distinct cell populations.
The systems are based around several technologies including impedance-based measurement, Tri-angle scattering and flow cytometry, and Colorimetry.
Genrui's 3-Diff hematology analyzer machines using classical technology for whole blood analysis (e.g., impedance technology) will generate a three-part leukocyte differential. A three-part leukocyte differential provides values for neutrophils, lymphocytes, and all other white cells together.
Genrui's 5-Diff hematology analyzer machines are capable of analyzing all leukocytes using flow cytometry-based methods, some in combination with impedance, Tri-angle scattering and flow cytometry, colorimetry, to count all the different types of WBCs, including neutrophils, lymphocytes, monocytes, basophils, and eosinophils (five-part differential).
More than that, Genrui has its own full range of reagents to provide better quality and stable testing reagents to our customers. Please contact us for more information about hematology machine price.
Genrui Hematology machines come with advanced capabilities and can process hundreds of samples accurately within a short span of time. Hematology lab tests include assessments of blood formation and blood disorders. Examples of hematology tests include full blood count, white blood cell counts, reticulocyte analysis, and coagulation tests.
Genrui offers advanced models designed to meet the needs of modern labs of all sizes. For instance, a popular model, the Genrui KT-62 comes with superior data management capabilities and smart counting mode for low WBC, PLT, or WBC/PLT samples.
Genrui KT 6610 5-Diff Hematology Analyzer is an economical option for low and middle labs as it allows them to use advanced to 5-part differential analysis at an affordable price.
Test capability requirements, budget limitations and staffing are important factors that laboratories need to consider while choosing a hematology analyzer.
Product features and specifications
Efficient data management
Availability of accessories and reagents
CLSI (Clinical and Laboratory Standards Institute) compliance
In short, Genrui's hematology equipment can meet almost all of your hematology analysis needs.