ASP6025 - Automated Vacuum Tissue Processor
Focus on what’s critical: Quality, specimen safety, productivity. The ASP6025 supports diagnostic clarity thanks to an optimized reagent management system and validated processing protocols.
Built-in safety features and reagent quality control deliver specimen protection and accurate processing results.
Designed for Lean and ergonomic operation, the ASP6025 provides greater productivity with rapid turnaround times.
Take advantage of our broad range of Surgipath consumables specifically designed to meet your tissue processing needs.
Advanced Processing Quality
- Simple, easy-to-use LCD touch screen with an intuitive display and easy to follow icons helps reduce operator error.
- Accurate diagnosis is facilitated when samples are optimally processed. A built in densitometer automatically monitors ethanol concentration ensuring that specimens are processed in the proper dilution.
Advanced Specimen Safety
A built-in battery backup system protects tissue samples in the event of a power outage.
Quickly and easily view specimens through the retort viewing window to see that your specimens are fully covered during processing.
Leica RemoteCare Service offers remote monitoring to help identify and eliminate problems before tissue damage occurs.
Advanced Laboratory Productivity
The ASP6025 incorporates validated protocols and multiple run times for large overnight batch processing or can be customized to run small batches during the day.
Featuring a unique pre-melt paraffin station, the system helps avoid delays and ensures that paraffin is always available and melted prior to exchanging used paraffin.
Eliminate the need to mix and prepare dilutions and spend less time maintaining the processor all while ensuring optimal specimen processing.
A long-life activated carbon filter and a unique down draft feature, remove fumes that could be present in retort chamber. This minimizes staff exposure to dangerous fumes.
Ready to Use (RTU) bottles reside in an easy to access drawer ergonomically designed to minimize spills and injuries. The remote drain system easily and safely drains hot used paraffin and lowers the risk of a paraffin spill.
Validated protocols for running xylene free can be easily accessed thru the LCD display. “Green” technology improves health and safety for staff as well as protects the environment.
|Dimensions (L x W x H):||680 x 750 x 1500 mm (26.77 x 29.53 x 59.05 inch)|
|Weight (Instrument Only):||approx. 210 kg (463 lbs)|
|Paraffin melting station:||1|
|Number of paraffin baths:||3|
|Paraffin capacity:||5.0 L per paraffin bath|
|Paraffin temperature:||50 °C to 65 °C|
|Cassette capacity:||max. 300 cassettes|
|Reagent volume:||max. 4.6 L|
|Temperature (processing reagents):||Ambient of 35°C to 60°C|
|Temperature (cleaning reagents):||50°C to 67°C|
|Fill time:||approx. 90 seconds|
|Drain time:||approx. 80 seconds|
|Impregnation vacuum:||-35 kPa|
|Infiltration pressure:||+35 kPa|
|Fill vacuum:||-35 kPa to -60 kPa|
|Drain pressure:||+25 to +60 kPa|
|Containers for cleaning solutions:||3|
|Bottle volume:||3.8 and 5.0 L|
|Type of password:||alphanumeric, freely selectable|
|Reagent management system (RMS):||switch between RMS and concentration measurement|
|Nominal voltage:||120V ± 10% or 230V ± 10%|
|Nominal frequency:||50 to 60 Hz|
|95.9729 Rev E ASP6025 Brochure EN||(PDF)|
|95.9730 Rev E ASP6025 Brochure DE||(PDF)|
|95.9731 Rev E ASP6025 Brochure FR||(PDF)|
|95.9732 Rev E ASP6025 Brochure ES||(PDF)|
|95.9733 Rev E ASP6025 Brochure IT||(PDF)|
|EU Declaration Leica ASP6025 A en||(PDF)|
|95.11399 Rev B ASP6025 User Maintenance Chart Xylene Rev1.1||(PDF)|
|95.11400 Rev B ASP6025 User Maintenence Chart Xylene-free Rev1.1||(PDF)|
Material Safety Data Sheets
|111122 PR Leica ASP6025 de||(DOC)|
|111122 PR Leica ASP6025 en||(DOC)|
An Evaluation of Xylene-free Processing of Tissues From the Central Nervous System Using the Peloris™ Dual Retort Rapid Tissue Processor
High-Speed Processing of Large Specimens on the Peloris™ Dual Retort Tissue Processor
Assessing the Quality of Tissue Processing and the Performance of Peloris™ using the Leica Microsystems Scoring System
Geoffrey Rolls, Neville Farmer, Fiona Tarbet
Bronson Methodist Hospital: A systematic approach to validating xylene-free processing on the Leica PELORIS tissue processor.
Bronson Methodist Hospital
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Evaluation of the Leica PELORIS Dual Retort Rapid Processor
William Parks, Charge Technologist, Histology Laboratory, The Ottawa Hospital, Canada
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ASP6025 is only available in specific countries - please contact your local Leica Biosystems representative for details.