The Tissue-Tek Glas G2 Glass Coverslipper is the latest revolution in glass coverslipping. Its ability to link to the Tissue-Tek Prisma® Automated Slide Stainer, its high reliability, quality, user convenience and low maintenance rate make the Glas G2 the most progressive and valued system on the market.
Enhanced features create a true walkaway staining and glass coverslipping combination for those labs that require glass for their slides. The patented Mechatronics™ mechanism ensures the prevention of any damage to the cover glass and tissue and gives a bubble free result.
Furthermore, the availability of 9 coverslipping programs and 8 different coverslips ensures a glass coverslipping process which delivers the highest possible quality and flexibility.
After coverslipping, the slide is transferred to a different basket to speed up the drying time and prevent sticking. The baskets will be transferred to the unloading station which has a total unloading capacity of 12 baskets with each 10 or 20 slides, with an unloading maximum capacity of 240 slides.
|Product name||Tissue-Tek Prisma® Plus Standard Configuration
Tissue-Tek Prisma® Plus Special Staining Configuration
|Application||Automated preparation of routine histological and cytological stains for use in pathology laboratories to assist with the following tasks: staining, dewaxing, rehydration, dehydration, etc.|
|Throughput||Up to 530 slides per hour|
|49.2 (W) X 28.0 (D) X 25.0 (H) inches
125 (W) X 71 (D) X 63 (H) cm
|Weight||330 lbs (150 kg)|
Number of reservoirs
|Start - 1 to 3 stations
Reagent - 31 to 51 reservoirs
Drying - 0 to 2 stations
Wash - 0 to 4 stations (8 programmable steps)
Heating (optional) - 2 stations
|Reagent volume - 160, 260 and 680 mL
Staining protocols - 11 runs continuously loading, and simultaneously running
Baskets - 10 or 20 slide basket
Loading - up to 60 slides per run
|Drying station - 86 ~ 149°F (30 ~ 65°C)
Heating station - 86 ~ 158°F (30 ~ 70°C)
|Staining||Up to 50 protocols|
|Security||Door and cover|
|Certifications||IEC 61010-1 2nd ed., CAN/CSA C22.2 61010-1, UL 61010-1|
|Regulatory status||IVD, FDA Class I|
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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