RE: Paraffin Melting Pots
I am sure that is possible, however there may be a temperature control
problem. Exceeding the maximum temperature recommended by the paraffin
manufacturer may (and in personal experience, does) result in poor
sectioning. If the temperature can be maintained in the proper range (and
documented for any regulatory agency that may have an interest), then my
less-than-expert opinion is to try it.
David A. Reynolds, HT(ASCP)
SNBL USA, Ltd.
6605 Merrill Creek Parkway
Everett, WA 98203
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From: Kathleen Boozer [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Tuesday, May 29, 2001 7:53 AM
Subject: Paraffin Melting Pots
Is it true you can use a large coffee pot with a spout for melting
paraffin rather than buy an expensive one?
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