The stainless steel housing is designed for the optimum discharge of water and tissue; easy to disinfect.
All run-off surfaces are sloped.
No tools are needed. Key elements of the saw-like the doors, the top of the work table, or the upper pulley of the saw blade are easy to remove without tools and can be cleaned under running water.
The integrated water jet cleaner effortlessly removes tissue residues from the table while working.
Rinsing immediately after use removes any tissue residues from the band, subsequent samples are not affected and the overall system is far easier to clean.
EXAKT Pathology Saws are extremely easy to operate.
The housing simply opens and closes with magnetic catches; the band can be replaced without tools.
Large pulleys contribute to the long service life of the diamond band.
Grosses very small, very large, and loose specimens with ease and precision.
A built-in laser guide makes the cutting procedure easy.
The included cutting guide makes controlling loose samples easy.
Water flows continuously over the blade, significantly reducing airborne dust and debris
Dust and debris during the cutting of hard and soft tissue is an environmental and health safety issue. The goal of this project is to measure dust formation and tissue loss from water circulated pathology and non-water circulated butcher saw machines.
Labs are using equipment originally designed to cut wood, stained glass, and even butchered meat. This has led to poor quality samples and extremely dangerous working conditions. EXAKT’s Pathology Saws was specifically designed for the path lab after years of experience and cooperation with hospitals and universities. High-quality gross samples with little or no destruction of the tissue, soft or hard. Designed to be safely operated by the PA or Resident without risk of cutting themselves or breathing in aerosolized bone and tissue matter.
Achieve unparalleled safety and precision with the EXAKT Pathology Saws
Our exclusive Diamond Blade doesn’t cut – it grinds with extreme precision. There’s no immediate risk of injury if the band is accidentally touched: a first for occupational safety.
Unlike machines made for butchering, wood, and glass cutting, the 312 is designed specifically for the working conditions and requirements of the pathology lab
Moves through screws and metal implants effortlessly
Automatic shutdown when service doors are opened
Water flows continuously over the blade, virtually eliminating airborne dust and debris
Brochures and spec sheets are nice, but sometimes you have to see it live! Schedule a virtual demo to see EXAKT’s pathology saw in action.
- Learn about the safety features
- Get your questions answered
- Invite your colleagues to join
- Compare 302 vs 312 models
- See how easy it is to use and clean
Check out the video below to learn more about cleaning your pathology saw. Cleaning your saw after each use will help improve the safety and performance of your machine.
Warning: Do not use disinfectants containing chlorine, ammonia, or aggressive disinfectants such as acetone or nitro thinner. Simply use alcohol-based disinfectants normally found in laboratories. Make sure they are alcohol-based.
EXAKT’s 312 Pathology Saw has been designed to safely gross bone, tissue, and metal implants without the worry of injuring yourself.
- Developed for the requirements of pathology
- Freehand cuts down to 1 mm possible
- Minimal risk of injury to the operator
- Mobile and universal use
- Very easy to operate
- For fresh tissue, and bone with implants or screws