Re: water bath temp

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From:Tom & Beth Galati <> (by way of histonet)
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Pretty useless, huh?  Unfortunately, we have it in our SOPs that we will
record the temps of all waterbaths on Monday of every week.  It is silly
because if the temps weren't what we needed them to be, we would be unable
to get a quality section.  Silly rule, but it is in our SOPs.

Tom Galati
Lab Manager
Histo-Scientific Research Lab.
-----Original Message-----
From: Jerry Wilson <>
To: HistoNet Server <>
Date: Sunday, February 07, 1999 11:35 PM
Subject: water bath temp

>this may be a trivial question , but do any of you actually keep records
>of your water bath temps?  I've been recording these temps (taken before
>begining to section) for YEARS and never been asked to produce the
>records during inspection!  I'm not sure if I am creating overkill with
>record keeping or is this something that is spelled out in any regs.?
>It seems rather useless, because we generally adjust the temp as needed
>for particular specimens...

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