IBMS Congress 2023
Bigger And Better Than Ever Before!
After the astonishing success of the IBMS Congress 2022, we returned this year to the iCC with a stand that was bigger and better than ever before. In partnership with SLEE Medical GbmH, we showcased more than double the amount of equipment than the previous year, with the introduction of two new equipment lines, the Aquatec Transfer System and Cromatec Automatic Stainer
The WOW! Factor
It was great to see so many attendees visit our stand, with crowds of people huddled around every piece of equipment. The Ergotec took the show by storm for another year running, with its brand-new computer stand addition and its electronic height adjustability. The precision-engineered equipment from SLEE successfully demonstrated ergonomics and proved that the user is at the forefront of their designs and manufacturing.
The IBMS Congress offers multiple opportunities to build new and existing relationships with pathologists and other medical/ laboratory professionals. It was great to meet so many people face to face including customers we talk to over the phone on a daily basis. We held group and one-to-one demonstrations of the equipment allowing visitors to have a sense and feel of their seamless operations for themselves.
Cromatec is the latest innovation from SLEE, a slide stainer that provides the highest, most competitive throughput of slides in routine staining. The automatic stainer promises to make staining protocols simple and easier to manage with its 20-basket capacity, which holds 30 slides, enabling you to process up to 600 slides simultaneously.
Aquatec is the innovative extension to the traditional microtome, for the sectioning of embedded tissue specimens. Ergonomically engineered with its own integrated blade holder, transfer bridge, heated water bath and waste station, Aquatec simplifies the microtomy process. Its bridge and water flow system eliminates the common manual transfer of the sections into a water bath which saves time and also preserves the quality of sections during transferring.