RE: Cold Plates
I have tried both the cold plates, that are sold commercially, and the ice
cube trays, that you can pick up anywhere. I much prefer the ice cube
trays, they seem to stay colder longer and thay seem much colder.
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Sent: Friday, July 18, 2003 11:09 AM
Subject: Cold Plates
Could anyone share what is used as a cold plate for keeping blocks cold
at the microtome station?
We will be remodeling in the near future and need to purchase a few
more cold plates. What we have seems
to be a gel pack wrapped in sheet metal. It works very well but we
have no idea where they came from -
facility operations here doesn't remember ever making them and I don't
see anything like them in any of the
catalogues I've been researching.
Thanks for any help!
Gundersen Lutheran Medical Center
La Crosse WI
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