Recapper

Re`cap´per

    (rė`kăp´pẽr)
n.1.(Firearms) A tool used for applying a fresh percussion cap or primer to a cartridge shell in reloading it.
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Carefully recapping needles is not the same as the use of engineered safety devices/needles, but utilization of the one-handed scoop method or a needle recapper does reduce the risk of a sharps injury.
Recapper station for robotically recapping or sealing sample tubes with new stoppers, screw caps, or other air-tight closure.
Micronic's Univo Screw Cap Recapper SR096 offers users the ability to cap, decap or recap 96 tubes with screw caps in a single action.
Odds were pretty good the recapper had you covered.
"Making the Band" recapper Heather Cocks was discovered by MTV and now works on its wrestling reality series "Tough Enough."
These were lousy tires recapped with lousy treads by a lousy recapper. If we went over 35 mph, they blew; if we went over 150 miles continuously they threw off the caps.
Since recapping is as much a cause of repetitive stress motion as decapping, we also provide our KapSafe Recapper systems, which we also offer in four models.
The Micronic Univo Screw Cap Recapper SR008 can cap or decap 8 tubes with screw caps in a single action.
Entertainment Weekly's recapper Erica Berlin revealed that the film is too Bobby-centric with the film focusing on the "sex and drugs" lifestyle of the singer.
The Recapper is pneumatics-free, has a small footprint (22" w.
The bench-top recapper (24"x24"x33") is economical, automated, pneumatics-free, and recaps all standard vacuum collection tubes up to 1,200 tubes per hour.
Roche Diagnostics' Modular PreAnalytics platform incorporates any combination of centrifuge, decapper, aliquotter, barcode labeler, recapper, sorter, and stocker modules to perform front-end sample processing.