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EXAKT Pathology Saw Safety Features

EXAKT Pathology Saw Cutting Small Smaples
Achieve unparalleled safety and precision with the EXAKT Pathology Saws
  1. 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.

  2. Unlike machines made for butchering, wood, and glass cutting, the 312 is designed specifically for the working conditions and requirements of the pathology lab

  3. Moves through screws and metal implants effortlessly

  4. Automatic shutdown when service doors are opened

  5. Water flows continuously over the blade, virtually eliminating airborne dust and debris

To learn more about EXAKT pathology saws click here. To see more pathology saw videos, click here.

Schedule a Virtual Pathology Saw Demo

EXAKT Virtual Demo

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

Schedule your demo!

To learn more about EXAKT pathology saws click here. To see the saws in action, click here.

 

EXAKT 312 Pathology Saw Results ASCP Demo

Designed For The Pathology Laboratory

EXAKT pathology lab

Problem:

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.

Solution:

EXAKT’s 312 Pathology Saw was specifically designed for the path lab after years of experience and cooperation with hospitals and universities.

Results:

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.

Learn more.