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Accu-Cut® SRM™ 200 Rotary Microtome

Compatible with Accu-Edge® Disposable Blades, the SRM 200 ensures superior sectioning in the precise art of cutting quality tissue samples section after section, time after time.The Accu

A cutting-edge manual microtome solution

The Accu-Cut® SRM™ 200 Rotary Microtome is a reliable manual rotary microtome developed for all applications of paraffin and hard specimens in clinical, research, and industrial laboratories. This manual microtome displays extraordinary ergonomic characteristics for comfortable operation while maintaining reproducible precision during sectioning. Available with and without retraction.

Compatible with Accu-Edge® Disposable Blades, the SRM 200 ensures superior sectioning in the precise art of cutting quality tissue samples section after section, time after time.

The Accu-Cut SRM 200 Rotary Microtome ensures secure, precise positioning of a specimen block with universal cassette and orientation clamps while facilitating exact, rapid trimming via a trimming lever, which enables specimen advancement of 10 or 50 microns. Micron thickness is handled by an adjustable visual display to ensure accuracy. A universal blade holder base, featuring lateral displacement, allows operators to use the full length of the microtome blade without releasing the blade clamping mechanism or direct blade manipulation.

The rotary microtome hand wheel is designed to run smoothly, minimizing hand stress for maximum efficiency and productivity.

Features

     Benefits

Three axis (XYZ) specimen orientation
  • Allows flexibility for sectioning different specimen types
Smooth-running Hand Wheel
  • Provides optimal tactile response
Specimen trimming feature
  • Speeds up productivity
Lateral displacement of Blade Holder base
  • Enables better sectioning
With or without specimen retraction
  • Provides workflow flexibility
Product names Accu-Cut® SRM™ 200 Rotary Microtome, Retracting
Accu-Cut® SRM™ 200 Rotary Microtome, Non-Retracting
Product codes 1429
1429N
Application Sectioning of paraffin embedded specimens for routine and research histology
Dimensions 15.8 (W) x 18.5 (D )x 11.6 (H) inches
40 (W) x 47 (D) x 29 (H) cm
Weight 64 lbs (29 kg) without accessories
Section thickness range 0.5 – 60 microns
Specimen retraction 220 microns
Trimming steps 10 microns or 50 microns
Displacement of Blade Holder Base Vertical and horizontal directions
Compatible blade types Disposable high- and low-profile steel knives
Disposable high- and low-profile blades
Reusable steel knives
Regulatory status IVD, FDA Class I

Product code

Product name and quantity

Various Disposable Microtome Blades
4650 Tissue-Tek®  Cold Plates; 24/case
Various Tissue-Tek® Uni-Cassette® System
Various Tissue-Tek® Paraform® Sectionable Cassette System
4657 Tissue-Tek®  Microtome Waste Collection System; 25 bags
4658 Tissue-Tek®  Waste Collection Bags; 250/case
9021 Tissue-Tek® SmartWrite® Slide Printer 
9035 Tissue‐Tek® SmartWrite® White Frosted; 10 x 100/case
9036 Tissue‐Tek® SmartWrite® White Frosted, Charged; 10 x 100/case
5110 Tissue-Tek® TEC™ 6 Embedding Console



 
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Thick and thin sections/How do I correct thick and thin sections?

Thick and thin sections/How do I correct thick and thin sections?

Thick and thin: Part of the section is thick, and part of the section is thin, reflecting inconsistent staining.

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Knife marks/What causes knife marks in sections?

Knife marks/What causes knife marks in sections?

Knife marks: Vertical lines running through the entire section.

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Chatter, aka Venetian blinds/What causes microtome chatter?

Chatter, aka Venetian blinds/What causes microtome chatter?

Chatter, aka Venetian blinds: parallel lines in the tissue or separation of tissue into fine lines

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Moth holes/Why are there holes in tissue sections?

Moth holes/Why are there holes in tissue sections?

Moth holes:  parallel lines in the tissue or separation of tissue into fine lines

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Micro chatter/What causes microscopic cracks in tissue sections?

Micro chatter/What causes microscopic cracks in tissue sections?

Micro chatter: fine microscopic cracks in the tissue

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Disruption/Why are my tissue sections damaged?

Disruption/Why are my tissue sections damaged?

Disruption: microscopic damage to the tissue within the section

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Compression/Why are my tissue sections distorted?

Compression/Why are my tissue sections distorted?

Compression: distorted or folded appearance

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Overexpansion/What causes tissue sections to ‘blow up’?

Overexpansion/What causes tissue sections to ‘blow up’?

Overexpansion: cells distorted from too much water

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