[Histonet] SurgiPath Paraffin

LaDonna G. Elpers lelpers <@t> bioanalytical.com
Tue Aug 15 14:26:58 CDT 2006

Have the same issues with paraplast that I purchase from Fisher.  It is a settlement (stays on the bottom/floor of the units) therefore I don't have any issues with it getting into my product.    

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Subject: Re: [Histonet] SurgiPath Paraffin

In the paraffin production process, some dust and a bit o' dirt can get 
into the process - it's harmless.   I know if you call Ken Urban at 
Surgipath Industries in Richmond, Illinois - he will ease your mind.  He's 
a genius. 

Jackie O'

Kim Tournear <kimtournear <@t> yahoo.com> 
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08/15/2006 12:47 PM

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[Histonet] SurgiPath Paraffin

Hi all,
  I use the SurgiPath infiltration paraffin and the embedding paraffin in 
my lab....I've noticed a lot of "grit" in my paraffin chamber (embedding 
station) as well as the stations on the tx processor.  It's not lot# 
specific....I'm changing all paraffin stations on the processor every 
Friday as well as emptying out the embedding chamber (cleaning with xylene 
and 100% alcohol, as well as the filter) and by Monday, the grit is there 
again. Anyone out there having the same problem???Any help would be 

Kim Tournear, HT (ASCP), QIHC (ASCP)
Specialists in Dermatology
Tucson, AZ
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