Tools

Compare Tool

Select up to 3 products

Sort
View
Show
  • Dumont Negative Action Style Tweezers, Electronic Grade, Style N0

    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: …

  • 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.

  • 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. …

  • Flat Emery Sticks

    Electron Microscopy Sciences

    Emery paper is glued to a wooden handle. 11" long x ¾" wide (279x19.1mm). Very useful for filing excess resin of sample block tips. Grit size ranges from number 4/0 (finest) to 3 (coarsest).

  • 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…

  • Three Prong Holde

    Electron Microscopy Sciences

    This device is actuated by one thumb. Its three prong claw is handy in the picking up of small items up to 2¼" in diameter.

  • Specimen Gripper

    Electron Microscopy Sciences

    Stainless steel, long, serrated fine tips, for easy removal of specimens from deep containers. Scissor type.

  • Plastic Forceps, with Jaw Grips

    Electron Microscopy Sciences

    Plastic Forceps, with Jaw Grips All plastic. These forceps are excellent for handling hot, cold, corrosive or contaminated objects. Made from blue poly-propylene with interlocking teeth. A catch locks tips tightly for use as a clamp. Scissor type handles with double action hinges makes this…

  • Kelly Forceps

    Electron Microscopy Sciences

    Stainless steel hemostatic forceps with box lock joint and serrated jaw.

  • Super Thin and Long Tweezer, Style 60

    Electron Microscopy Sciences

    These long and slender tweezers work well in multiple precision applications and are especially well suited for working near heat sources. Made from SA steel.

  • Emery Paper

    Electron Microscopy Sciences

    Sheets come in size 9"x133/4" (22x34cm) in varying grit sizes. Grit 4/0 is the finest and 3 is the coarsest.

  • Dumont Diamond Tweezers

    Electron Microscopy Sciences

    Dumont Stainless Steel tweezers coated with an extremely fine diamond dust in the inside tip. They are essential in applications where a tight grip is necessary. They are also available with an improved locking system. The are 5 1/2" (150 mm) long. They may not be suitable for use with EM…

  • Dumont Tweezers Set

    Electron Microscopy Sciences

    Dumont Tweezers Set Made from lightweight plastic and padded with protective foam inside, this tweezers storage box offers you the safe place to store your delicate and valuable tweezers, but keeps them at your reach when you need them. Set of 7 DUMONT Dumoxel/Biology quality tweezers,…

  • GRAEFE Dissecting Knife

    Electron Microscopy Sciences

    Micro Dissecting Instruments Made from all stainless steel construction. 4¾" long, double edge blade

  • Fiber Tip Tweezers, Style 248

    Electron Microscopy Sciences

    The handles are made from Antimagnetic Steel and Tips from Synthetic Fiber. Temperature Resistance: 375°F (190°C). Synthetic Fiber: High-performance Plastic type CP - PEEK/CF30 (Polyetheretherketone reinforced with 30 wt% carbon fiber) Very hard, high tensile and flexural…

  • 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: …

  • Dissecting Forceps

    Electron Microscopy Sciences

    Stainless steel, straight fine point, serrated tips and a guide pin.

  • High Precision Diamond Scriber

    Electron Microscopy Sciences

    Diamond scriber is the ultimate scribing instrument offering the most precision for the most delicate applications. It is available in straight or bent configurations. Applications Include: Fine scribing under the microscope - for silicon wafers and glass coverslips Precision…

  • Ion Tweezer, Style SS

    Electron Microscopy Sciences

    Ion Tweezers Antimicrobial Tweezers This innovation has resulted in a special coating surface on the tweezers which releases silver ions. These ions act as an anti-bacterial agent which helps the user from contamination of any pathogens. Unlike other methods, the use of ion technology does…

  • Probe with Eye

    Electron Microscopy Sciences

    Stainless steel, 5" long, 2mm diameter. Flat one end with eye.

  • 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.  

  • Micro Spatula Tool MT16

    Electron Microscopy Sciences

  • Vernier Caliper

    Electron Microscopy Sciences

    Double scale vernier caliper. Nickel Plated Scale. Inch Scale: Reading from 0 to 5" in 1/16" divisions Metric Scale: Reading from 0 to 120mm in 1mm divisions Readable on the vernier scale to 1/128" and/or to 0.1mm. Has a roller adjustment and it is packed in a plastic case.

  • Mayo Dissecting Scissors

    Electron Microscopy Sciences

    Stainless Steel. Polished finish.

  • High Precision and Ultra Fine Tweezer, Style 2AZ

    Electron Microscopy Sciences

    Very popular tweezers Tweezers possess the highest quality These tweezers have an anti-glare satin finish All tweezers are antimagnetic/anti-acid steel-SA (otherwise, specified)

  • Plastic Cover Slip Tweezers

    Electron Microscopy Sciences

    Plastic Wafer Tweezers and Pliers Designed for low cost and ease of use with the highest quality of materials.

  • Dumont Straight Positive Action Tweezers, Style 12

    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: …

  • Rubis Standard SA Steel Tweezers, Style 5C

    Electron Microscopy Sciences

    Rubis Steel, Plastic, and Wafer Tweezers High-Tech Tweezers for Laboratory Requirements EMS is Proud to represent Rubis Innovations from Rubis with a clear focus on cutting-edge laboratory instruments Evolution is what the Rubis development engineers call it when they harmonize…

  • Spring Scissors, Micro, Vannas Scissors, Curved, 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. …

  • Ceramic Tweezer, Style 8501 FGG

    Electron Microscopy Sciences

    The wide range of materials that falls within this classification includes traditional ceramics (clay minerals, cement and glass) and advanced ceramics (pure and partially modified ceramics compounds such as alumina or zirconia ceramics). These materials are typically: Insulating to…

  • High Precisions and Ultra Fine Tweezers, Style 3C

    Electron Microscopy Sciences

    Very popular tweezers Tweezers possess the highest quality These tweezers have an anti-glare satin finish All tweezers are antimagnetic/anti-acid steel-SA (otherwise, specified)

  • Dumont Medical Tweezers, Style 1

    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: …

Compare Tool

Select up to 3 products

Please Log In

Don't have an Account? Create one now.