SAKURA Tissue Processor Services and Repairs

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Service For SAKURA Tissue Tek VIP 6 Full Repair Capabilities Tissue Processor

Our Service & Repair Department offers a variety of plans to service and maintain your Histology and Pathology equipment. Our trained technicians can provide yearly preventative maintenance programs,... view more

June 20  
Linda Miller / IMEB
phone: +1 (760) 761-0836 x100

Service For SAKURA Tissue Tek VIP 5 Full Repair Capabilities Tissue Processor

Our Service & Repair Department offers a variety of plans to service and maintain your Histology and Pathology equipment. Our trained technicians can provide yearly preventative maintenance programs,... view more

June 20  
Linda Miller / IMEB
phone: +1 (760) 761-0836 x100

Service For SAKURA Tissue Tek VIP E300 (Bench or Floor) Full Repair Capabilities Tissue Processor

Our Service & Repair Department offers a variety of plans to service and maintain your Histology and Pathology equipment. Our trained technicians can provide yearly preventative maintenance programs,... view more

June 20  
Linda Miller / IMEB
phone: +1 (760) 761-0836 x100

Service For SAKURA Tissue Tek VIP E150 (Bench or Floor) Full Repair Capabilities Tissue Processor

Our Service & Repair Department offers a variety of plans to service and maintain your Histology and Pathology equipment. Our trained technicians can provide yearly preventative maintenance programs,... view more

June 20  
Linda Miller / IMEB
phone: +1 (760) 761-0836 x100
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Tissue Processor

Tissue Processor equipment is used to process tissues for histology, immunohistochemistry, and other related applications. The equipment typically consists of a tissue processor, a slide stainer, and a microtome. The tissue processor is used to prepare tissue samples for microscopic examination by dehydrating, clearing, and embedding them in paraffin wax. The slide stainer is used to apply stains to the tissue samples to make them more visible under the microscope. The microtome is used to cut the tissue samples into thin sections for examination.

The price range for tissue processor equipment varies depending on the type and size of the equipment. Smaller, basic tissue processors can cost as little as a few hundred dollars, while larger, more advanced systems can cost tens of thousands of dollars. The most popular manufacturers of tissue processor equipment include Leica, Thermo Fisher Scientific, Sakura Finetek, and Shandon. These companies offer a wide range of tissue processors, from basic models to sophisticated systems with automated features.