[Histonet] Maximum and Minimum Temperatures on Embedding Center Paraffin Tanks

E. Wayne Johnson ewj at pigs.ag
Tue Dec 8 15:25:32 CST 2020

You could warm the paraffin in an oven overnight
to melt it so that the heat of fusion is not extracted
from the embedding center paraffin tanks when it is added
as melted paraffin at 58-65 degrees.

Pairan, Kelly via Histonet wrote:
> Good Afternoon,
> Recently we starting taking the daily maximum and minimum temperature ranges for our embedding center paraffin tanks.  The melting point of our wax is 56oC and our current temperature range is 58 to 65oC.  The problem we are having is that when we add wax, the temp dips below the range until it melts.  If we turn it up, it exceeds the max range.  Any suggestions?
> Thanks,
> Kelly
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