ADHB are giving away their PJIM RFID Tunnel – purchased in 2017.
- The purpose of purchasing this was to be able to monitor sterile implantable (screws, plates, trials etc) coming in and out of ADHB from loan companies.
However, when the plan to purchase was made in 2016 – OR was not included in the plan and only to find out later that there is already a system in place at ADHB particularly managed by Orthopaedics.
- Currently Smith And Nephew, Stryker, DePuy Synthes (Johnson & Jonson), Zimmer & Lima Orthopaedics use the system within New Zealand. You can use this system when ordering loan sets from these companies
We only have Smith & Nephew in this system. The others are not in our system as we have another system/program for receiving loan sets order, arrival and return of loan sets that was already in place, thus we do not need the RFID tunnel system, otherwise, this is work duplication.
About PJIM RFID Tunnel
- Bulk identification and tracking of stacked items with 100% accuracy made easy with PJM RFID
- Available with a 500x500mm aperture, this multi-axis tunnel reader will read and write to all PJM StackTag™ labels within the internal working volume of the tunnel, despite the orientation of the tags.
- Together with the MSTRP-6464 these two tunnels are able to handle a range of loan kit and consignment stock containers and are also available with conveyor runners on either side for ease of use.
- Tunnel readers can identify many hundreds of items in boxes, trays or tubs, or on conveyor belts, quickly and reliably.
- Our tunnel readers are fully shielded and are well-suited for tracking of orthopaedic implant loan kits and performing stock reconciliation.
- For more information you can access this link: https://satoasiapacific.com/product/mstrp-5050/
We are giving this away for free using DHB Capital Equipment transfer process. All you need to do is complete the transfer process and arrange a courier to pick up the machine from ADHB.
The purchase price was 97K and I am sure one CSSD out there would find this machine beneficial.
If you wish to discuss this transfer please contact Myrna Tuya, firstname.lastname@example.org