[Histonet] Leica Service Technician&In-Reply-To=

Ruppert, Amysue ruppert.amysue <@t> marshfieldclinic.org
Wed Aug 3 17:10:37 CDT 2011

We moved into a new lab a few years ago, and due to the incoming air current with the ventilation here, it caused our cyrostats to ice up considerably. We have the type of ventilation that has air vents on the ceiling and are constantly blowing large amounts of air into our rooms. We had to get a piece of plastic put into the vent to divert some of the air away from our cryostat. It helped, but still ices more than when we were in our old lab. Anyway, point is to check out the air flow above the cyrostat. You also need to have enough clearance behind the cryostat and on each side. The clearance amount would be listed in the manual. 
good luck

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