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A significant improvement is made when the paraffin is cooled using cooling plates or ice dishes, the cutting quality increases and it is considerably simpler. Both changes quicken the procedure and provide the doctor and the technicians more time.
The recent developments in the manufacture of paraffin, it was once thought that cooling paraffin-embedded tissues was no longer necessary. The inclusion of polymeric polymers and dimethyl sulfoxide led to this assumption. These chemicals increased the quality of tissue sectioning.
The practice in the histology laboratory demonstrates that cutting of high quality cannot be produced without cooling. Cutting quality and ease both significantly improve when the paraffin is cooled using cooling plates or ice dishes. Improvements shorten the process and give the doctor and technicians more time. It suggests that factors influencing cutting quality other than temperature include cooling methods and cooling rate.
The Global paraffin cooling plate market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
Cooling Plate COP 30. After dispensing, paraffin blocks can be quickly cooled with the COP 30 Cooling Plate to get ready for microtome sectioning. On the polished stainless steel surface, up to 100 standard paraffin blocks can be clearly separated and cooled. The edge region is kept from icing up by a circumferential heating tape. An easy-to-use membrane keypad and digital temperature display are used to operate the COP 30. Depending on the surrounding temperature, temperatures as low as -15 ° C can be reached in less than 30 minutes. It has Large cooling area. It also includes a membrane keyboard with a digital display. No frosting on the borders.
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