Clinical & Diagnostics Tissue Processor Equipment

A tissue processor is used to prepare tissue samples for analysis by fixing, staining, dehydrating or decalcifying them. The processors are mostly single unit devices that can accommodate a variety of processing techniques to suit the different needs of the laboratory, therefore improving the efficiency of tissue processing.

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The Leica ASP300 S, designed for routine clinical and research histopathology, is an innovative, smart processor for paraffin infiltration of tissue. Proven, enhanced technology and Leica’s intuitive user interface are hallmarks of the ASP300 S. Straightforward routine user operations and a variety of ‘Smart’ features, such as Leica’s Reagent Management System (RMS) and quick start for commonly used programs, improve specimen quality and laboratory economy.
The advanced automation of the Tissue-Tek Xpress Continuous Rapid Tissue Processor continues with the next generation of the Xpress platform: Tissue-Tek Xpress x Series, the only rapid tissue processor that actually speeds up the process.
Thermo Scientific STP 120 Spin Tissue Processor is a compact, benchtop carousel tissue processor. Designed to process biological specimens from chemical fixation to paraffin infiltration.
The Leica TP1020 is an automatic tissue processor that perfectly combines approved technology with modern, user-friendly design. Gentle specimen processing and maximum safety for tissue at all stages of the processing run, robust engineering design based on innovative precision mechanics in conjunction with a modern user interface – these are the convincing features of the Leica TP1020. Easy to program, this instrument offers the user utmost flexibility to suit the individual requirements of any laboratory.
With the new reagent management system, Sakura sets new standards for reliability, safety and convenience in traditional tissue processing, with the provision of the 6th generation of market leading VIP technology.
As a single-system processor for various tissue sizes and types including fatty specimens such as breast tissue, Leica PELORIS II enables premium tissue processing for all laboratory needs—eliminating the necessity for different instruments to process different tissues.
The Thermo Scientific STP 420ES Tissue Processor can improve laboratory's workflow efficiency with rapid conventional processing. This truly revolutionary instrument can accommodate overnight processing, same-day processing, or just about anything in between—with this dual chamber processor.
The Excelsior ES tissue processor from Thermo Scientific has easy-to-read screens with colorful graphics; multilingual
The new, greatly improved Tissue-Tek VIP Jr. offers your laboratory a more reliable and simplified operation. The Tissue-Tek VIP Jr. provides more efficient processing using a redesigned control panel for easy monitoring of the system status and several preventive functions to protect against unexpected situations.
Thermo Scientific TissueWave 2 Microwave Processor ensures efficiency, versatility, and precision with minimal instrumentation. Used for tissue fixation and processing, decalcification of hard material, routine special stains where heat would accelerate the staining process, and for epitope enhancement during immunohistochemical staining.