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  • Diamond Tip Scribers, Retractable Scriber

    Electron Microscopy Sciences

    High quality chrome pen that features appearance as well as utility. The diamond is mounted in a stainless steel tip and refills are available. The tip is finished at a 60º angle.

  • Glass Tubing Cutter

    Humboldt

    Made of nickel-plated zinc alloy, with hardened steel cutting wheels Spring-loaded, to remain open until used For tubes up to 38 mm diameter

  • Inoculating Loop/Needle

    Electron Microscopy Sciences

    Nichrome wire. An 8" aluminum handle with a 3" nichrome wire, 25 gauge. Loop outside diameter is 4mm. Loop inside diameter is 2.5mm. Available with a loop or a needle.

  • Spring Scissors, Micro, Vannas Scissors, Straight, Delicate

    Electron Microscopy Sciences

    MicroPoint™ Scissors System A new concept in scissor technology. MicroPoint(TM) scissors can be used for suture or tissue, and they are manufactured without rings which eliminates the problems with right handed or left handed users. Scissors do not cut by cutting. They cut by shearing. …

  • Diamond Tip Scribers, Straight Head

    Electron Microscopy Sciences

    Sturdy scribers are in wide use throughout the laboratory. It leaves a permanent marking on virtually any surface, including metal, glass, or plastic. Each Scriber features a hexagonal aluminum pencil shaped body, mill finish, natural diamond tip and protective cap. Different styles are…

  • Single Edge, Carbon Steel Blades

    EMS

    Thomas No. 1207V58 Regular type, .009" thick, 1½"x3/4" size, packed 100 blades in a drawer box. Thomas No. 1207V64 Same as 1207V58, but heavy duty blade, .012" thick, Carbon Steel, packed 100 blades in a drawer box.

  • Specimen Forceps

    Electron Microscopy Sciences

    Stainless steel forceps with serrated tips.

  • Plastic Forceps, with Guide Pin

    Electron Microscopy Sciences

    Plastic Forceps, with Guide Pin 5" (12.7cm) long, molded, strong, durable, autoclavable up to 275°F (135°C), serrated tip.

  • Micro VANNAS Scissors

    Miltex®, an Integra company

  • Micro-Adson Forceps

    Electron Microscopy Sciences

    4 ¾" (121mm), Stainless steel with fine serrated jaws.

  • Lab Tools Kit

    United Scientific Supplies

    An assortment of the most commonly used lab tools available as one convenient set. Contains one each of the following: Test tube brush, spatula, crucible tongs, test tube clamp, lab scoop, and forceps.

  • Glass Markers

    Dia mond-tipped (5680D12 and D26) 5680D12 has plastic hexagonal barrel; length 160 mm 5680D26 has aluminum barrel; length 145 mm Retractable Diamond-Tip (5680D60 and D61) Chrome-finished metal case with pocket clip Point is carefully ground to permit making a perfect line Overall…

  • Stainless Steel Forceps - Serrated Tips

    Electron Microscopy Sciences

    Made from stainless steel, medium points, serrated tips and alignment pin, curved or straight tips. Available in 4" and 6" long. Only curved type A tips comes with locking device.

  • Large Dissecting Kit

    Electron Microscopy Sciences

    Kit includes: 12 Scalpel Blades #11 with #3 Handle 6 1/2" Kelly Hemostat, Straight 6 1/4" Kelly Hemostat, Straight 4 1/2" Iris Scissors 51/2" Dissecting Scissors Set of Dissecting Needle, one Straight and one Bent 4 1/2" Straight Fine Point Serrated Jaws Forceps 5…

  • Micro Spatula Tool MT16

    Electron Microscopy Sciences

  • Dumont ESD Tweezer, Style 2A SA

    Electron Microscopy Sciences

    Dumont Tweezers Dumont produces high quality handmade tweezers, and has gained the popularity of all researchers over the years Developed in 1875 by Arnold Dumont in La Sagne, Switzerland. There is a variety of material which is used to make Dumont tweezers, is shown below: …

  • Dumont Curved and Angled Positive Action Tweezers, Style 7

    Electron Microscopy Sciences

    Dumont Tweezers Dumont produces high quality handmade tweezers, and has gained the popularity of all researchers over the years Developed in 1875 by Arnold Dumont in La Sagne, Switzerland. There is a variety of material which is used to make Dumont tweezers, is shown below: …

  • Wafer Tweezer, Style 600M - Bent

    Electron Microscopy Sciences

    These tweezers are especially designed for the handling of delicate and fragile silicon wafers, scintillation discs, glass slides, coverslips etc. Made from antimagnetic/anti acid steel with a very smooth surface and a non-glare finish.

  • Stainless Steel Forceps, with “PTFE” Tips

    Electron Microscopy Sciences

    4" (100mm) overall length, 1 1/16" (38mm) “PTFE” tips; corrosion resistant. Curved shape with a strong fork. Individually blister packed. Ideal for handling balance weights.  

  • Nickel-Plated Forceps with “PTFE” Coated Tips

    Electron Microscopy Sciences

    Straight, “PTFE” coated tips, corrosion-free. Offers a soft and good grip to handle delicate articles. Overall length 37/8"(98mm), medium points.

  • Handling Forceps

    Electron Microscopy Sciences

    With broad and strong tips. Serrated jaws. These forceps offer firm gripping action. 

  • Vernier Caliper

    GSC International, Inc.

    Precise Caliper with roller adjustment and locking screw. Double scale graduations in both metric and English, 120mm x 1mm and 5" x 1/16".

  • Spring Scissors, Micro, Vannas Scissors, Angled on Side, Delicate

    Electron Microscopy Sciences

    MicroPoint™ Scissors System A new concept in scissor technology. MicroPoint(TM) scissors can be used for suture or tissue, and they are manufactured without rings which eliminates the problems with right handed or left handed users. Scissors do not cut by cutting. They cut by shearing. …

  • Dissecting T-Type Pins

    Electron Microscopy Sciences

    Stainless steel with T shapes head pin and pointed end.

  • Lab Set Forceps

    Electron Microscopy Sciences

    Lab Set Forceps Made from stainless steel. The set consists of 6 heavy duty forceps that are mandatory in the lab.

  • Dumont Straight Positive Action Tweezers, Style 5

    Electron Microscopy Sciences

    Dumont produces high quality handmade tweezers, and has gained the popularity of all researchers over the years. Developed in 1875 by Arnold Dumont in La Sagne, Switzerland.  Electronic Grade: These tweezers have a slightly larger tips than the High Precision grade. These tweezers are…

  • Micro Forceps MF-2, Slightly Curved. Smooth or Serrated Jaws

    Electron Microscopy Sciences

    Micro Forceps Micro Forceps/Tweezers are designed specifically for applications in the field of microscopic science. Especially designed for precise handling in areas of limited access. Very delicate. 100mm (4.0") in length; 0.5mm width in tips.

  • Jaw Forceps

    Electron Microscopy Sciences

    Stainless steel jaw forceps with a guide pin. Curved, serrated tips.

  • Professional Manual Micro-Manipulator Model FX-117

    Electron Microscopy Sciences

    This three axis micro-manipulator provides safe and efficient positioning of microtools. All three vernier readings are graduated in 0.1mm increments. The X-axis, which holds the tool clamp with microtool, has an additional fine movement with 0.001mm graduations. The FX117 employs rack…

  • Needle and Knife Interchangeable Handle

    Electron Microscopy Sciences

    Made from stainless steel, pin-vise type Handle, which accepts either dissecting needles or a knife. Handle: 92 mm (35/8") L x 6 mm (1/4") diameter Needle: available with straight or bent, 60 mm (21/2") long Knife: spear type with single or double edge, 75 mm (3") long

  • Grease Testing Penetration Needles

    Humboldt

    Grease-testing penetrometers; ASTM D217, D937. ASA Std. Z11.3.

  • Sterilizing Tray – Plastic

    Electron Microscopy Sciences

    Sterilizing Tray – Plastic Trays are perforated Made from high Strength Ultem® Plastic Autoclave, Steam, Dry Heat, Chemical Sterilization is possible Has an extended Life Cycle Trays are stackable Economical and Flexible Design Has flexible silicone mats which offer flexibility to…

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