[Histonet] Grossing Stations

Lynette Pavelich lpaveli1 <@t> hurleymc.com
Thu Jan 25 19:22:30 CST 2007

We just finished a lab renovation and have installed a Mopec 600, much
to our pathology assistant's pleasure.  The company was great to work
with.  Was willing to make any personal alterations and works like a
dream.  The ventilation (which had always been an issue w/our old
system) is now totally solved.  Had a air monitoring consultating
company in yesterday, and it passed with flying colors. Tell 'em,
"Morguebob sent me"!!! (joke)

>>> "Patricia Karlisch" <pkarlisch <@t> psu.edu> 01/25/07 6:10 PM >>>
  We are considering purchasing two large grossing stations with some
extra options.   Can any of you recommend the grossing stations that you
would prefer.  We would like the grossing station to last for a
reasonable amount of time, be sturdy in construction, offer options that
can be added later but also be user friendly with enough shelf space and
work area. Most importantly the ventilation must be of high quality.  We
have several companies that we are looking at but would like to get an
idea of what most folks are using and if you are happy with the units or
not.  If you could also tell us what features you liked.
   Thank you in advance,

Pat Karlisch
Supervisor, Histology, Pathology and Laboratory Medicine
Penn State Milton S. Hershey Medical Center
Mail Code H179
Hershey, PA 17033
Phone (717) 531-6072
Fax: (717) 531- 7741
email: pkarlisch <@t> psu.edu

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