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Rotary microtome cryostat CM2850
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rotary microtome cryostat
rotary microtome cryostat
rotary microtome cryostat
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Characteristics

Type
rotary
Operation
automatic

Description

MicrotomyTo allow analysis of tissue by light microscopy, they must be sectioned into thin and uniform slices. The optimum thickness may varies with the purpose of the study; it is recommended that the thickness from 4 to 6 mm in routine laboratories.The instrument able to fabricate cuts with such precision is the microtome, consisting of three parts: body, block holder and object holder. It is considered also that some models have two handles, an adjustment crank and another cut.Cryostat is used for making tissue sections that have been frozen. This equipment consists of a packaged rotary microtome inside a cold room with temperature below - 20 ° C. Function and Characteristics:It is designed under overall engineering and ergonomic concept. All the components are processed with computer numerical controlled machineSpecimen retraction function to proevent specimen from blade injuryWith counter to calculate total thicknessMandatory refrigeration structure be used compressor with pro-environment refrigerant R404Adopt to UV and O3 sterilize for 30 minutes every timePeltier for Specimen Clamp refrigeration may be on or off manuallyTwo defrost methods: automatic and manualThe high-precision unit is enclosed outside the cryostat chamber to protect it from thermal expansion and contraction , and keep minimum clearance and maintenance.Artificial intelligence interface that easy to learn and operate.LCD screen can display data such as thickness, thickness sum , controlling time, temperature, timed on/off and so on

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