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Staining cuvette

Material: POM.
Suitable for

For histology.
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€19.35/Pack Qty. 

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Art. No. 2285.1

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Product details

Material: POM.

For histology.

  • Clamp-fit lid, light-protected, tight sealing
  • The lid contains a compartment for desiccants (e.g. blue gel), which is sealed by a slide that can also be written on
  • Capacity: Approx. 250 ml, only 150 ml is required
  • Easy to clean
  • Inserts for microscope slides with dimensions of 76 x 26 mm, numbered adjustable slots
  • Exposure, development and, if necessary, re-dying of the preparations without reinserting the microscope slides in a cuvette or row of cuvettes by moving them on inside the insert

Staining cuvette 

Delivery incl. Staining jar and staining rack
Technical Information
Suitable for 25 microscope slides 
L x W x H 100 x 87 x 51 mm
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General information

Staining boxes and troughs made of soda-lime glass have a maximum usage temperature of approx. 100 °C. It is very important to avoid sudden changes in temperature as this type of glass does not have good thermal shock resistance. The temperature should not exceed 60 °C during cleaning. The use of neutral to slightly alkaline cleaning agents is recommended.

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