Re: [Histonet] Sakura Tissue Processor

From:Kathleen Roberts

What model of VIP? We have a VIP 5, and so far we have had no problems 
with fumes from it.  Our processor has a water jug for fume control 
(which needs to be changed daily), plus an activated carbon cartridge 
that needs to be changed every so often (I forget what the manual 
recommends, but it's in there).  If your processor has these features, 
when was the last time you changed them?

Kathleen Roberts
Neurotoxicology Labs
Rutgers University

Juile Gorenstein wrote:

>Hello all,
>I was wondering if anyone has had problems with xylene fumes using Sakura VIP Tissue processor.  Ours is currently sitting on a bench in a room with a snorkle right above is and the smell is still really bad and is causing headaches for people who try to work in that room.  Does anyone have any suggestions?
>Thank you,
>Novartis Institues for Biomedical Research
>Cambridge, MA
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