Microtomy & Cryotomy
Replacement glass can be used with Leica cryostats models; CM1510, CM1510S, CM1520, CM1800,CM1850, CM1860, CM1900, CM1950, CM3000, CM3050, CM3050S. Glare-minimizing glass insert, 70 mm wide, replacement glass for anti-roll systems CE 14 0477 42491, 14 0477 42492, 14 0477 42493 for blade holder CE 14 0477 43005
IMEB Economy Microtome Blades, 100 Blades per Pack
- All IMEB microtome blades are heat treated to hardened steel
- Light coating of protective oil to prevent blades from becoming dull
- IMEB guaranteed quality assurance gives a longer lasting cutting edge and extended length
- Excellent for either soft or hard tissue
- High-profile are for use with any high-profile blade holder.
- 100 blades per pack
IMEB’s Flash Freeze offers instant cooling action to ensure deeper penetration into both paraffin blocks and microtome blade. This product cools and vaporizes instantly, is non-toxic and leaves no residual film. Flash Freeze meets the federal guidelines in accordance with the Montreal Protocol and U.S. clean Air Act of 1990.
12 (10 oz) Cans per Case
- $130.00 – $140.00
Sakura Accu-Edge Disposable Microtome Blades deliver quality results for microtomy.
Accu-Edge® Disposable Microtome Blades are designed for both high- and low-profile blade holders, accommodating most standard rotary microtomes. The Accu-Edge® Blade allows users to obtain superior ribbons, virtually eliminating chattering, distortion or striation. The dust-free blade dispenser automatically positions new blades safely and precisely. Safely stores used blades.
Reliably sharp, uniformly consistent-
Ultrasharp edges with teflon resin coating-
Obtain acceptable ribbons sooner
Increase quality sections
50 blades per pack.
- $17.00 – $115.00
Specifically formulated for pathology cryostat tissue sectioning, IMEB’S DFM (Derm Freezing Medium) formulation freezes at optimum cutting temperature, creating a secure hold of all tissue types – insuring fast binding of all fresh tissue. Our unique formula also reduces “medium roll” for flatter sectioning