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Tissue Processors

Tissue Processors

Rapid Processing. Proven Quality.

Biopsies, resections, or fatty specimens; different tissues need different treatments. The scalable range of single or dual retort processors deliver optimized processing for each sample without slowing down your laboratory.

Your Workflow, Your Way

In a laboratory no two days are ever the same.  Establish and adapt a workflow to meet the demands of your laboratory every day, with short cycle times and flexible processing protocols.  In-built intelligent automation helps prevent user error to improve efficiency and maximize productivity.

 

HistoCore PELORIS 3 Premium Tissue Processing System

This high throughput, dual retort system provides flexibility to run parallel protocols, so each biopsy, large sample, or fatty tissue has optimal processing conditions.  Track and Trace functionality provides comprehensive data capture and reporting. Large volumes, 600-1800 blocks/day.

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HistoCore PEGASUS Tissue Processor

Track. Trace. Capture - Gain high confidence for your results

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HistoCore PEARL

Optimize your laboratory space with the small footprint and 200 cassette capacity of the compact HistoCore PEARL tissue processor.

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Leica TP1020

Select the Leica TP1020 semi‐enclosed, benchtop, rotary tissue processor for reliability and economy. Small volumes, <200 blocks/day.

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Tissue Processing Accessories and Consumables

Complete your tissue processing solution with cassettes, reagents, and paraffin wax available in the online store.

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Educational Resources

An Introduction to Specimen Processing

"Tissue processing” describes the steps required to take animal or human tissue from fixation to the state where it is completely infiltrated with a suitable histological wax and can be embedded ready for section cutting on the microtome.

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Processing Fatty Specimens

This webinar covers a review of the process of specimen handling, why fatty specimens are so difficult to process and how to identify good quality techniques for processing fatty specimens.

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Troubleshooting & Reprocessing Difficult Paraffin Blocks

What To Do When Your Block Won’t Section: From time to time, in all histopathology laboratories, paraffin blocks will be encountered that are difficult or even impossible to section. This download provides guidance on how to deal with these difficult blocks to get the best possible section, and how to identify and avoid a repeat of underlying causes.

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