ANDY
Automatic Needle Destroyer

One-stop syringe disposal solution which completely eliminates the risk of cross-infection and injuries from sharps and needlesticks.

ANDY is medical hardware that automatically detaches the needle from a used syringe. 41% of the needlestick injuries occur while separating the syringe. With ANDY, syringe disposal becomes safe and easy, significantly dropping the rate of needlestick injuries.
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ANDY is unique in that it fully considers both the usability for nurses and the overall hospital environment. Existing devices that melt needles with heat are too large to be battery powered and consume too much energy for hospital use. Safety-engineered syringes are much more expensive and require the extra step of needle removal after use. In contrast, ANDY is compact, lightweight, and portable, ensuring both work efficiency and the safety of healthcare workers. It is also more hospital-friendly as it does not emit smoke or sparks during operation.
Needlestick Injuries and Infections 
during the separation of the uses syringes
70.4% 

of the nureses experience
needlestick injuries within a year 

67~86%

of the needlestick injuries
are not reported

About 50,000 cases

of needlestick injuries
occur during a year

USD 190

is the expense per test for 
secondary infection after 
needlestick injuries

USD 10 million

is the annual expense in the testsfor secendary infection after needlestic injuries
70.4% 

of the nureses experience
needlestick injuries within a year 

67~86%

of the needlestick injuries
are not reported

About 50,000 cases

of needlestick injuries
occur during a year

USD 190

is the expense per test for 
secondary infection after 
needlestick injuries

USD 10 million

is the annual expense in the testsfor secendary infection after needlestic injuries
70.4% 

of the nureses experience
needlestick injuries within a year 

67~86%

of the needlestick injuries
are not reported

About 50,000 cases

of needlestick injuries
occur during a year

USD 190

is the expense per test for 
secondary infection after 
needlestick injuries

USD 10 million

is the annual expense in the testsfor secendary infection after needlestic injuries
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Blood-Borne Disease Transmitted
By Needle-stick Injury

A healthcare provider is in danger of being infected while treating the patient. Especially syringe, which commonly used, is a source of infections for blood borne disease. 
​What is worse? More than 80% of a healthcare provider has experienced needle-stick injuries.
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Installation Case
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Product Specification
  Product
  Automatic Needle Destroyer
  Dimension
  147 x 102 x 52 (mm)     (70mm in height including inlet)
  weight
  585g
  Rated voltage
  Battery - 7.4V Li-ion 2600mAh 2S1P    Charger - DC 9V 1A
  Battery duration
  4 hours to fully charge. 6 days of duration when fully charged, assuming 6 hours of usage per day.  *Usable for 5,000 separating operatation
  Applicable syringe
  1~10cc syringes
  Operating method
  Automatic
  Operating time
  1.7 seconds
  IR detection time
  0.5 seconds. 
  Safety certification
  Free Sales of Certification (CFS), KC, CE, ISO13485
  Manufacturer
   MUNE Co., Ltd. Made in South Korea