We have had a CGB recycler for a few years now and we love it. (Much better
than the old glass ones we had with the broken spinning bands and fumes.) We
use ours to recycle both alcohol and xylene. There is a short purge - using
waste 100% - after the zylene, before going back to the alcohol. Works great
and service is excellent!
Tara Oakes, H.T.
Central DuPage Hospital
>From: "Fischer, R. B"
>To: Maryanne Berardi ,
>Subject: RE: recycler
>Date: Tue, 02 Apr 2002 12:19:35 -0800
>I've been using the CBG Biotech for 5 years now and it is as simple to use
>as the video says! We have always had great customer support from the
>company, and the end product is always consistent with our requirements. We
>have 2 units and dedicate one for xylene and one for alcohols. Just fill
>them and walk away with no fears.
>Brian Fischer Histology Senior Tech
>Community Hospital of the Monterey Peninsula
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Maryanne Berardi [mailto:Maryanne.Berardi@mail.tju.edu]
> Sent: Tue 4/2/2002 8:58 AM
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> Subject: recycler
> Hi everyone!
> We're thinking of getting the CBG Biotech recycler for Xylene and Alcohol.
>Can those of you using it let me know how you like it? The film makes it
>look really easy. How is the quality of the distilled product?
> Looking to here from you.
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