A cup dispensing machine that could save lives has been developed by a Vancouver medical technology company.
The company, Dixie Cup, says its machine has a safety feature that makes it easier to dispense liquids from the dispenser.
The device, called the Disensable Definition, works like a coffee filter with a disposable version of the cup that is reusable, meaning it’s easily disposed of when it’s no longer needed.
“Our machines are safe and convenient and we are working with industry partners to bring the technology to the consumer market,” said Dixie CEO Steve Knecht.
The machine has four main parts: a nozzle that allows liquids to pass through, a filter that allows bubbles to escape, a valve that prevents air from coming in, and a nozzle valve that lets liquids pass through.
“The machine also includes a safety valve that allows air to pass under the machine when the dispensing pressure is high.
The key to dispensing liquids is the dispensers nozzle.
Dixie’s machine has three different nozzle sizes: a normal size, a smaller size, and the biggest of the bunch.
Each nozzle has a different design and functions.
The normal size nozzle allows for one-third the amount of liquid to be dispensed.
The smaller size nozzle can hold one third of the liquid, while the bigger size nozzle holds four times the amount.”
The Disensable definition has three functions, which are to prevent bubbles from forming in the nozzle, to prevent air from escaping, and to stop bubbles from escaping from the nozzle,” Knech said.
The larger size nozzle is designed to hold liquid three times the volume of the normal size.
The biggest nozzle can dispense liquid three and a half times the size of the regular size nozzle.
The smaller size has three and half times as much capacity, while it’s a little bit smaller than the normal sized nozzle.”
The main difference between the regular and the smaller size dispensers is the size and shape of the nozzle. “
There are three different types we have, and they have to be designed to work in a particular way.”
The main difference between the regular and the smaller size dispensers is the size and shape of the nozzle.
The bigger size has a thinner nozzle and a narrower rim.
“If you have a regular size dispenser and you use the larger size, you’re going to have bubbles forming in your nozzle,” he said.
“And that’s not good for anybody.”
The larger diameter nozzle is the main reason for the Disable Definition’s popularity.
“When you take a normal cup and you put it in a dispenser it’s not going to break apart,” Knesch said of the larger diameter dispensers.
“If you’re doing something in a lab where it’s the wrong size, then you’ll get bubbles forming.”
Knecht said the machine can also be used to make other types of beverages.
“A standard cup can hold about half the amount that a regular cup can,” he explained.
“There are a number of different types that can be made out of the standard cup.”
The Disable definition is available in three different sizes, including regular size, standard size, or the smallest size, which can hold five to seven ounces.
The technology is currently being tested in a clinical trial and is in the early stages of development.
It’s not yet available to the public, but Knecha said he hopes to bring it to market in the next few years.
“I’m excited about that because it’s such a safe and simple solution to a problem that people need,” he told CBC News.