Laboratory Analyzers

According to their performance, the laboratory analyzers are classified into two automatic and semi-automatic models, according to the manufacturer, the differences between the analyser equipment is in the technical sheet or individual characteristics of the equipment, what is important is to have a reliable manufacturer that can give immediate answers to possible doubts or technical failures of the equipment; in this case we at KALSTEIN offer you high-end equipment and warranty with European recognition.

In a laboratory it is really important to understand how each equipment works, in the case of laboratory analyzers, the analyzers are classified according to their operation in : automatic and semi-automatic, what it shows is the speed with which it determines the tests that are required, the results that are desired to obtain, the analyzers of automatic laboratories, allow to facilitate the functions that are performed in it, unlike the semi-automatic analyzers, where the process requires more manual intervention and the operator to ensure the correct functionality of the equipment.

Types of Laboratory Analyzers a Laboratory May Need

Urine Analyzer

Urine analyzers are laboratory equipment that perform the automated analysis of several essential parameters of urine, allowing the detection of the presence of urinary tract infections, determination of pH, blood and protein loss, as well as evaluating the presence of analytes. such as glucose, ketone bodies, nitrites and bilirubin in urine.

These instruments carry out an efficient analysis of urine samples, and are highly recommended especially in those clinical laboratories that present a high volume of patients, due to the fact that they allow to speed up the workflow and improve the quality of the results.

Hematology Analyzer

These kits are used for complete blood counts or blood counts, perform a quantitative and qualitative analysis of blood factors such as: red blood cells, erythrocytes, white blood cells, leukocytes, platelets and thrombocytes, are mainly used in laboratories of analysis of medical biology or in hospitals with hematology service.

In order to have a good performance of the analyser it is also necessary to have calibrators, control solutions, diluents and dyes, in this way it fulfills the general function of the equipment: to offer a high capacity diagnostic platform to which they can be linked to other analytical modules of biochemistry, immunology.

ANALYZERS  KALSTEIN

In Kalstein you can find the  Ideal Analysers for your Lab

There are a lot of models, so it is normal that you do not know which Analyzers to buy to meet your needs. At Kalstein, we evaluate you to find what you're looking for.
 
 
 
 

Full-auto Chemistry Analyzer YR05123

Liquid level detection, the remaining detection, collision protection etc.42 sample position, 25 reagent positions...

 
 

Full-auto Hematology analyzer YR05121

sample volume : venous 9.8 ul, prediluted 20 ul for twice testing,Windows operation system, mouse and ...

 
 

Hematology Analyzer YR05122-1   

Whole blood mode, Prediluted mode and Capillary whole blood mode,3 reagents for testing, close system...

 
 

Chemistry Analyzer YR05114     

Features,5 inch color LCD, Touch Screen,Flow cell and cuvette test mode compatible,Real time curve showing,5 Wavelength, 80 test items pre-programmed...

 
 

Our Best Selling Analyser

  • Chemistry and immunoassay test for seminal plasma
  • Built-in computer, Windows system, operate by mouse and keyboard
  • 8-channel fiber spectroscopy system
  • Inner incubator, temperature precision : โ‰ค ยฑ 0.3โ„ƒ
  • Printer: external printer, A4 paper report

Analysis of the best Analyzers for your Laboratory

Urine analyzers: what are they used for?

Urine analyzers are laboratory equipment that perform the automated analysis of several essential parameters...

 
 

Types of clinical laboratory analyzers

A clinical laboratory is an institution equipped with the necessary means to carry out analyzes that contribute...

 
 

How does a Clinical Chemistry Analyser work?

The chemistry analyser is a clinical laboratory tool, designed to do blood tests, from 125 to 1600 photometric...

 
 

What are the different types of hematology analyzers?

These kits are used for complete blood counts or blood counts, perform a quantitative and qualitative analysis...

 
 
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Guides to becoming an Analyser expert

Analyzers are essential products in a laboratory, we provide guides and recommendations for better use, so you can work as an expert...

What are the different types of clinical chemistry analyzers that exist?

This type of analyser is also known as biochemistry analyzers, they are required equipment to determine the existing...

What are the types of reagent analyzers        that exist?                             

In a laboratory it is really important to understand the usefulness of each equipment, in the case of reagent analyzers...

Hematology analyzers and biochemistry analyzers: what are the differences?

The differences between these teams are mainly focused on their applications, being hematology analyzers devices...

What are the different types of laboratory analyzers that exist?

We can find different types according to their applications or operation, and they may even have different names to refer to the same equipment, we can name them as laboratory analyzers, clinical analyzers or simply reagent analyzers.

Analyser running

A hematology analyzer or hematology analyzer is a device that allows you to perform a complete blood count. In other words, it performs a qualitative and quantitative analysis of red blood cells (erythrocytes), white blood cells (leukocytes), and platelets (thrombocytes).

A hemogram reflects all the elements or components of the blood, reflecting their number or proportion in the individual, as well as the presence of cellular abnormalities of morphological origin or the presence of pathological cells. This is one of the most frequently requested laboratory tests and is part of the basic study required for diagnostic guidance and evaluation of patients, since it offers an overview and can serve as an indicator of anemia, infectious diseases, clotting problems, among others.

Frequently Asked Questions about Analysers

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