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Quick Release Holder - Cassettes

Description:... Holder for the 8000 Series Sliding Microtome. A simple to use hlder for wax cassettes. Accepts standard size wax cassettes (26 x 31 x 5mm). Can be specified instead of standard vice at ...
Company:myNeuroLab.com

Supercassette Quick Release

Description:... Supercassette quick release holder for the 8000 Series sliding microtome to allow for the use of wax supercassettes, 75x52x19 ....
Company:myNeuroLab.com

Freezing Stage for Microtome, 76.2mmx79.4mm, 220V

Description:... used to control the temperature of materials other than tissue and have been used in research on integrated circuits, photo diodes, liquid crystals, wax formation on fuel oils and even freezing concrete. Temperature control is automatic and can be maintained to 0.1 degree C. A sensor mounted in the ...
Company:myNeuroLab.com

Freezing Stage for Microtome, 38 mm x 38 mm, 220V

Description:... used to control the temperature of materials other than tissue and have been used in research on integrated circuits, photo diodes, liquid crystals, wax formation on fuel oils and even freezing concrete. Temperature control is automatic and can be maintained to 0.1 degree C. A sensor mounted in the ...
Company:myNeuroLab.com

Freezing Stage for Microtome, 76.2 mm x 79.4 mm

Description:... used to control the temperature of materials other than tissue and have been used in research on integrated circuits, photo diodes, liquid crystals, wax formation on fuel oils and even freezing concrete. Temperature control is automatic and can be maintained to 0.1 degree C. A sensor mounted in the ...
Company:myNeuroLab.com

Freezing Stage for Microtome, 38 mm x 38 mm

Description:... used to control the temperature of materials other than tissue and have been used in research on integrated circuits, photo diodes, liquid crystals, wax formation on fuel oils and even freezing concrete. Temperature control is automatic and can be maintained to 0.1 degree C. A sensor mounted in the ...
Company:myNeuroLab.com

Shandon Finesse ME+ Microtome

Description:... found in todays busy laboratories by being one of the safest, most comfortable, and user-friendly microtomes offered today. Excellent for routine wax sections and specialized resin work, the Shandon Finesse ME + provides high quality sections without the the inconvenience of routine maintenance. ...
Company:ThermoFisher Scientific

Shandon Citadel Tissue Processor

Features:... 2 Work Station. Optional vacuum unit facilitates efficient and rapid wax infiltration of specimens. Has 10 reagent containers and 2 wax baths. Random and organized baskets available. Tissue baskets load ...
Company:ThermoFisher Scientific

Shandon Excelsior ES™ Tissue Processor

Features:... inexperienced users from changing programs or setup parameters. wax bath levels may be easily verified by simply opening the cabinet doors for viewing no need to remove the waste wax tray. ...
Company:ThermoFisher Scientific

Shandon Slide Drying Hotplate

Features:... slides rest above hotplate surface to speed drying black-epoxy top coating, provides visual contrast against wax sections front-mounted and recessed controls thermostat allows selection of operating temperatures in 40-95C range ...
Company:ThermoFisher Scientific

FastFill® Brachytherapy Needle

Features:... Includes a pre-loaded bone wax insert that plugs tip of needle to hold seeds in place prior to implant. Saves valuable prep time by eliminating need to plug the needle prior to ...
Company:C. R. Bard, Inc.

Leica TP1020

Features:... Carousel type 10 reagent stations (1.8l) Two wax baths Standard tissue basket with capacity of up to 80 cassettes Glass beakers or aluminum reagent containers Nine freely selectable ...
Company:Leica Microsystems

Leica ASP200

Features:... against programming and operation errors) Intelligent Reagent Management System RMS (can be switched ON/OFF) Efficient paraffin wax cleaning system 2-Phase fume control system: condenser to remove solvents from air inside the instrument plus activated carbon filter and ...
Company:Leica Microsystems
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