Primary hematology instruments for blood cell morphology

Mixing of blood samples

1. Mixing of blood samples

Blood smear preparation

2. Blood smear preparation

Blood smear staining

3. Blood smear staining

V-Mixer® Hematology mixer

V-Mixer Hematology mixer

  • Used for mixing blood and other samples in closed tubes
  • Thorough mixing is achieved by constant spinning
  • Gentle mixing prevents damaging of blood cells due to the absence of shaking
  • Decrease of workload for laboratory personnel
  • Standardized sample preparation

Blood mixing in only 3 simple steps

Place tubes on the mixer

1. Place tubes on the mixer

Start the mixing cycle

2. Start the mixing cycle

Get blood necessary for smear preparation

3. Get blood necessary for smear preparation

V-Sampler® Hematology sampler

V-Sampler Hematology sampler

  • High quality blood smears
  • Simultaneous preparation of 2 smears
  • Setting of thickness and size of the smear
  • Compact and lightweight
  • Simple and easy to use

Quality blood smear in only 3 simple steps

Place a drop of blood on the target area

1. Place a drop of blood on the target area

Depress the lever carefully but firmly and release it

2. Depress the lever carefully but firmly and release it

Get a clean, thin film containing a large area

3. Get a clean, thin film containing a large area

V-Chromer® Hematology stainer

V-Chromer Hematology stainer

  • Standardization of microscopic sample staining
  • Manual stainer with 4 staining containers
  • Use reagents of various manufacturers
  • Autoclavable
  • Resistant to chemical substances and stains
  • Only 80 ml of reagent is used per container
  • Reagents are protected from evaporation due to caps on containers and sample holders

Staining in only 3 simple steps

Place slides in the holder

1. Place slides in the holder

Move the holder from one container to the next according to the staining protocol

2. Move the holder from one container to the next according to the staining protocol

 Get standardized stained slides

3. Get standardized stained slides