Press Release Summary:
Intended for anatomical pathology laboratories, Mopec MB800 features touchscreen display that monitors formalin level, bio waste level, filter usage duration, and ventilation performance. Touch-free LED lighting uniformly illuminates dissection space, which offers interchangeable grid plates and cutting board surface options. Measuring 60 in. in length, station additionally includes hands-free sink faucet, self-contained air filtration system, and 2 track-mounted articulating computer arms.
Original Press Release:
Mopec Introduces Touch Screen Grossing Station
‘an industry first for the anatomical pathology laboratory’
OAK PARK, Mich. -- Mopec brings the latest technological advancements into the anatomical pathology laboratory as it introduces the Mopec MB800, the industry’s first touch screen grossing station.
An interactive touch screen display highlighting essential grossing station operational information monitors formalin level, bio waste level, filter usage duration and ventilation performance. High output, touch-free LED lighting uniformly illuminates the dissection space, which offers interchangeable grid plates and cutting board surface options. The smooth rounded front edge provides the pathologist with a comfortable point-of-contact.
A hands-free sink faucet, combined with a hand spray rinse, offers an extra measure of sanitation and ease of clean up.
For those not linking to a full laboratory ventilation system, the Mopec MB800 boasts a powerful, efficient, self-contained air filtration system with adjustable noise reduction control.
“We’ve sent our engineers into the lab to observe, listen and learn. Our Mopec MB800 is the result of exhaustive research and solution driven design concepts that materialized to provide a safe, technologically advanced ergonomic work station,” said Max Corona, Mopec vice president of engineering. “An industry first, we expect our new touch screen grossing station will become the industry standard.”
Designed to accommodate operators of varying heights, the MB800 has an elevation feature that raises or lowers the unit by as much as four-inches with a simple hand control.
Two track-mounted articulating computer arms with VESA mounts provide docking stations for monitors, all-in-one computers or tablets. The keyboard arm is conveniently mounted off the front edge of the work surface and articulates to allow height adjustment.
An optional camera-imaging canopy, designed to seamlessly integrate with the industry’s leading imaging systems, keeps the pathology camera system precisely and securely in place as focus and zoom control are remotely operated. Dedicated USB ports for camera control and data transfer ensure proper recording and syncing. Imaging is further enhanced by the MB800 lighting systems’ cool running long-life bulbs, which permit adjustments in color and intensity.
Workspace flexibility and organization is optimized through a stainless steel pegboard designed for accessory placement and easy access. An optional fully ventilated trash receptacle conveniently attaches to the side of the station.
Motion sensors preserve energy and resources when the system is not in operation.
Standard a 60-inches in length, the Mopec MB800 can be customized to 48-inches or built as large as required by individual labs.
Mopec designs and manufactures customized equipment for the pathology, anatomy, mortuary and necropsy industries. Headquartered in Oak Park, Michigan and distributing globally, all engineering and manufacturing is completed in-house at its U.S. headquarters. Mopec’s regional office in Europe interacts across time zones to assist international customers. For more information visit: www.mopec.com