The Leica RM2125 rotary microtome family has been designed for the routine histopathology laboratory where the manual use of a rotary microtome is preferred. The RM2125 is unencumbered by unnecessary features and equipped with all the functions needed from an entry-level microtome. The Leica RM2125 rotary microtome is the instrument of choice if you are looking for a microtome that provides unrivalled sectioning quality. The Leica RM2125 rotary microtome has been designed for effortless manual sectioning via a counter-balanced, exceptionally smooth-running handwheel. Storage space on top of the instrument housing provides room for sectioning tools and accessories.
The Leica RM2125 rotary microtome comes in two different versions – the Leica RM2125 and Leica RM2125 RT.
Features common to both the RM2125 and 2125RT versions are; they are equipped with specimen orientation, anti-tilt function, and a slot cover that prevents debris from entering the precision micrometer feeding system. The convenient, closely positioned coarse feed wheel promotes ergonomic and fatique-free trimming. The reliable precision-spindle micrometer feed combined with a special stable cylinder guide mechanism ensures low-vibration sectioning and highly reproducable results. The quick release clamping system can be operated with one hand and easily permits rapid change of the specimen holder thanks to a retainer system. In adddition to the traditional locking lever located below the handwheel, the handwheel handle is equipped with a safety quick-lock mecanism. When activated it immediately locks the handwheel in the upper position. A selection dial allows thickness settings from as low as 0.5um to a maximum of 60um.
The universal knife/blade holder E is equipped with a lateral displacement feature, so that the full length of the knife edge can be used without having to change the tension setting on the previously clamped knife or blade. A safety guard can be used to cover the knife edge, providing safety protection when not in use. The specimen orientation system with reliable anti-tilt function ensures accurate orientation of the specimen surface relative to the knife. The 60mm stroke allows sectioning of either cassette- or paraffin block-embedded specimens to a size of approximately 50 x 50 mm.
|Product Code||REF RM2125|
|Unit of Measure||each|
Automation: Manual (no electronics)
Specimen Retraction: only on RT model
Trim Settings: only on RT model
Vertical Stroke: 70 mm
|Dimensions||20.7 x 18.7 x 12 inches (D x W x H)
Rankin Refurbishment Process
Every instrument undergoes a systemized, rigorous, down-to-the-frame refurbishment process to rebuild each instrument to its original specifications and intended use.
- Instrument decontaminated
- Preliminary inspection of functionality
- Instrument disassembled down to the frame
- Panels, chassis and internal surfaces stripped and prepped for painting
- Prepared surfaces primed and painted with industrial-quality, chemical-resistant paint.
- Labels replaced to original appearance
Refurbishment & Reassembly
- Mechanical, pneumatic, and electronic assemblies disassembled, cleaned, restored, and reassembled
- Worn assemblies, components and parts replaced with new assemblies, components and parts where needed
- New components and parts can include pumps, motors, heaters, cables, belts, O-rings, diaphragms, gaskets, tubing, touch-pads, bottles, casters, doors, lids, fittings, valves, and other parts
- Instrument reassembled to its original condition in accordance to OEM specifications
Diagnostics & Troubleshooting
- Assemblies function tested and adjusted for proper operation
- Full system diagnostic testing conducted
- System tested for electrical safety
- System successfully calibrated with certified materials to ensure proper functionality
- Quality Control testing conducted on established parameters using certified tools and control material
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