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New Paraffin Section Flotation Bath from Electrothermal

Published: Thursday, July 24, 2014
Last Updated: Thursday, July 24, 2014
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New bath updates Electrothermal’s extensive histology range.

The Bibby Scientific brand Electrothermal is updating its Histology range with a new paraffin section flotation bath. The new bath makes the manipulation and placement of paraffin wax sections onto glass slides both simple and efficient.

With its user-friendly design and optimized performance, it builds on the success of Electrothermal’s original appliance and continues the brands legacy of robust, safe, and efficient laboratory equipment.

The Paraffin Section Flotation Bath benefits from a PTFE black interior, which provides high contrast for easy viewing of samples. Virtually maintenance-free and simple to clean, it delivers ultimate ease of use and reliability.

The bath also has improved heat-up rates (raising 2.25 litres of water to a nominal temperature of 45˚C in just 40 minutes), and enhanced temperature stability of ± 0.5˚C. These improved levels of control also prevent overheating and lower the risk of damaging samples.

In this way, users can not only prepare slides for viewing in a shorter timeframe, but can have upmost confidence in the safe handling of their biological materials.

Electrothermal is one of the few manufacturers who can deliver a comprehensive range of Histology products. On top of the new Paraffin Section Flotation Bath, the range also includes a paraffin wax dispenser and slide drying bench, meaning laboratories can equip themselves with a comprehensive solution for their application.


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