[Histonet] HistoBath, HistoChill, Clini-RF

abright <@t> brightinstruments.com abright <@t> brightinstruments.com
Tue Apr 10 05:45:31 CDT 2012

Dear Bob,

I would just like to point out that the recommended freezing fluid for the Bright Clini-RF Rapid -80c tissue freezer is 3M's Novec HFE-7100 not 7000 as you state. 

Best regards

Alan Bright
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From: Bob Richmond <rsrichmond <@t> gmail.com>
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Date: Mon, 9 Apr 2012 09:16:23 
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Subject: [Histonet] HistoBath, HistoChill, Clini-RF

Terri Bishop at SPScientific sent me an e-mail about HistoChill, a
frozen section freezing bath that replaces the discontinued HistoBath.
Terri didn't feel it was appropriate for a vendor to post this
directly on HistoNet, so I am. You can contact Terri Bishop at
Terri.Bishop <@t> SPScientific.com

HistoChill has been available for about a year. You can see the brochure at

I'm pleased that they are specifically recommending using 3M's
non-flammable perfluorocarbon HFE-7000 coolant, and not isopentane or
acetone. (I feel like I've struck a blow for lab safety!)

As has been noted on HistoNet before, Hacker Instruments offers Alan
Bright's Clini-RF, a competing product.

I have no commercial connection with any of the companies I've
mentioned, and I have no personal experience with either instrument.

Bob Richmond
Samurai Pathologist
Knoxville TN

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