New & Used Cryostat

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Device: Cryostat
Manufacturer: Microm International
Model: HM 500 M
Location: United States, Florida
5,500
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1998

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Device: Cryostat
Manufacturer: Leica Microsystems
Model: CM 1850
Location: United States, Alabama
1,569
2002

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Device: Cryostat
Manufacturer: IEC
Model: Minotome 2488
Location: United States, Florida
1,250
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Device: Cryostat
Manufacturer: American Optical (AO)
Model: Cryo-Cut 845
Location: United States, California
1,100
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Device: Cryostat
Manufacturer: IEC
Model: Minitome
Location: United States, Texas
1,500
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Device: Cryostat
Manufacturer: Miles
Model: Tissue-Tek II
Location: United States, Texas
695
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Device: Cryostat
Manufacturer: Leica Microsystems
Model: HM 505N
Location: United States, Kentucky
Rating: 95%
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Device: Cryostat
Manufacturer: Sakura
Model: Tissue-Tek CRYO 2000
Location: United States, South Carolina
2,895
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Device: Cryostat
Manufacturer: Leitz
Model: Cryostat 1720
Location: United States, Tennessee
549
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Device: Cryostat
Manufacturer: Miles
Model: Tissue-Tek
Location: Canada, Newfoundland and Labrador
Negotiable
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Device: Cryostat
Manufacturer: Medimeas
Model: MCM-AT
Location: India, Haryana
15,000
2010

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Device: Cryostat
Manufacturer: Medimeas
Model: MCM-AT
Location: India, Haryana
15,000
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2012

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Device: Cryostat
Manufacturer: Miles
Model: Tissue-Tek II 4553
Location: United States, South Carolina
1,000
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Device: Cryostat
Manufacturer: ThermoFisher Scientific
Model: Cryotome E
Location: Turkey, Istanbul
6,105
2005
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Cryostat may also be referred to as :

Refrigerated Cryostat | Frozen Section Microtom | Freezing Microtome | Cryostats | Cryo-Microtome | Microtome, Cryostat
 

Tips for buying Cryostat

  1. To protect the operator during use, cryostat devices should have a knife guard. To ensure that the specimen is being processed under the right conditions, the chamber temperature should be displayed.
  2. Some additional important features should be considered as well, including an antiroll device to prevent the specimen from curling while it is being cut, and an automatic defrost function to simplify maintenance of the product.
  3. More than one compressor for the refrigerated cryostat system is desirable, to ensure that appropriate temperatures are maintained and to provide a backup if one compressor fails.
  4. Based on the complexity of the refrigerated cryostat system and the selected features, prices of cryostat freezing microtomes vary considerably. Before making a decision, facilities should make careful considerations.
  5. The cleaning and decontaminating of the freezing microtome holds a risk of injury, and is therefore an important safety issue. Self-cleaning/decontaminating features, such as a biocidal solution flush, could eliminate exposure to potentially infectious tissue and are recommended investments, even though they may add costs.
  6. Before purchasing a freezing microtome knife sharpener, facilities need to consider staff time, disposable costs, and the cost of maintenance. Some cryostat suppliers offer sharpening services via mail, which can be useful in busy laboratories where technologist time is at a premium. Laboratories should have enough reserve blades to prevent the waiting time while the blade is being sharpened.
  7. A sharpener that can sharpen blades of various materials and shapes is beneficial for histology laboratories that use several blade types for sectioning samples for different procedures or applications.
  8. Using disposable freezing microtome blades, for which long-term replacement costs can be high, is less cost-effective than using a versatile, low maintenance sharpener.
  9. Automated sharpeners have significantly reduced the amount of operator involvement in knife sharpening. One drawback is the length of time it takes the device to sharpen a refrigerated cryostat blade.
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