Re: Glass coverslippers
|From:||Histo-Scientific Research Laboratories <firstname.lastname@example.org>|
In response to khbarr's question:
There is not coverslipper in the world that will work well with little
maintenance and/or normal upkeep. The key is to maintain the machine as you
would any other lab equipment and the machine will last you 10+ years.
Well, maybe not all machines but we have the Hacker/Meisei coverslippers
that are both going on 10 years old-they are still working fabulously (with
the proper maintenance, of course). We are big fans of Hacker Instruments
because of their quality and excellent customer service.
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Woodstock, VA 22664
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Monday, March 26, 2001 1:46 PM
Subject: Glass coverslippers
> We are currently weighing the pros and cons of glass coverslipping versus
> plastic. Our pathologist are pushing for a glass coverslipper because of
> problem with the plastic coverslips popping off of the slides over tiime.
> was a problem 5-7 yrs. ago, but it seems to have cleared up, but they
> don't trust it. Is there a glass coverslipper on the market that works
> with as little attention and maintenance as the plastic one?
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