There are several important processes inside a laboratory. Testing samples and performing researches is part of the daily-bases routine. Tissue processing is a very important part of any histology laboratory.
Tissues are made from large groups of cells that cluster together to complete a shared function. A tissue processor is an instrument that is used to analyze and process samples by fixing, staining, dehydrating or decalcifying them.
These devices have slowly evolved to be safer in use, handle larger specimen numbers, process more quickly and to produce better quality outcomes. Most modern fluid-transfer processors employ raised temperatures, effective fluid circulation and incorporate vacuum/pressure cycles to enhance processing and reduce processing times.