A blunt needle can be used for a variety of purposes and applications. This type of needle assembly has a blunt end on the tip which makes it safer than a sharp tipped needle. However, you should still be careful when using blunt tipped needles to avoid accidently poking yourself or someone else. You also need to make sure you properly dispose of the needles once you are finished using them, following the recommended procedures used by your organization.
A Blunt Needle Is Used for a Wide Range of Industrial Applications
Industrial blunt needle applications range from a variety of organizations including automobile manufacturers, ink jet cartridge manufacturers, pest control, electronics, food processing, and wood working operations. Each of these companies uses needles along with a syringe, bottle or an automated delivery system to apply and release fluids and liquids at various production stages. For instance, the needles are used to fill ink jet cartridges to the correct level in the desired color.