Plastination is a process of preserving organic material. Water and fat in tissue are replaced with silicone. Preserved tissue is first dissected and then dehydrated and immersed in a silicone bath under vacuum. After plastination, the resulting tissue is safe to handle (i.e., toxic fixatives are eliminated), the tissue has no odor and is extremely durable. Thus, the anatomical specimens are safer to use, more pleasant to use, (and) are much more durable and have a much longer shelf life.
We have several models to choose from depending on the size and volume of specimens your lab or classroom will be processing. Units come with two tanks and one vacuum chamber. To request a quote, please login and contact us.
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