New & Used Slide Stainers, Hematology

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Device: Slide Stainers, Hematology
Manufacturer: Microm International
Model: HMS 760X
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Location: United States, Washington
Rating: 89%
4,134
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Device: Slide Stainers, Hematology
Manufacturer: Siemens
Model: Hema-Tek 2000
Location: Belgium, East Flanders
3,755
2014

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Device: Slide Stainers, Hematology
Manufacturer: Miles
Model: Hema-Tek 2000
Location: United States, Oklahoma
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Device: Slide Stainers, Hematology
Manufacturer: Bayer
Model: Hema-Tek 2000
Location: Switzerland, Zurich
2,500
2005

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Device: Slide Stainers, Hematology
Manufacturer: Siemens
Model: Hema-Tek 2000
Location: United States, New York
4,850
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Device: Slide Stainers, Hematology
Manufacturer: Siemens
Model: Hema-Tek 2000
Location: Russia, Krasnoyarsk
4,000
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2012

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Device: Slide Stainers, Hematology
Manufacturer: Siemens
Model: Hema-Tek 2000
Location: United States, Massachusetts
Rating: 90%
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Device: Slide Stainers, Hematology
Manufacturer: Geometric Data
Model: 1300
Location: United States, Oklahoma
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Slide Stainers, Hematology may also be referred to as :

Stainer, Slide | Slide Processor | Microbiological Slide Stainer | Hematology Slide Stainer | Slide Stainer, Hematology, Microbiological
 

Tips for buying Slide Stainers, Hematology

  1. Slide stainers should come equipped with audible alarms. It is preferred that they have visual alarms as well. Facilities should determine waste disposal and water requirements on a case-by-case basis.
  2. To remove excess reagents, some units offer circulating water washes. These models require separate water and waste lines or containers to prevent contamination of subsequent staining vessels.
  3. Stainers that drain into sinks or a wastewater line must operate according to local wastewater treatment regulations; in some areas, these regulations may forbid the dumping of biohazard material into the main sewage system. State and local laws may require facilities to dispose of reagent runoff and specimen slides as chemical and/or medical waste.
  4. There are systems with self-enclosed waste tanks for containing reagent waste.
  5. Before making the purchase, facilities need to consider the operating costs of a hematology or microbiological slide stainers. Buyers should keep in mind the ongoing expense for reagents.
  6. Some models are designed to accept only reagents packaged in specific containers, so facilities need to keep in mind that there are manufacturers who do not permit reagent substitution on their units. However, many devices do accept stains, solvents, and other materials from various suppliers, and this offers significant cost savings. It is not recommended for a laboratory to depend on one supplier's prices for reagent supplies, and it is always better to select from many brands and not be limited to just one.
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