Our range of light microscopes consists of three sub types:
Biologically inverted microscope: for tissue samples or other biological material that is placed between object slides and coverslips. The light comes from below and passes through the material. We offer upright microscopes that have properties such as brightfield, darkfield, phase contrast, light regulation, fluorescence/staining and polarization. The inverted microscope typically addresses histology, cytology, hematology, microbiology, food research and more.
Biological inverted microscope: to observe cells and organisms in, for example, a cell culture flask or petri dish, where light comes from above and passes through the material. We offer inverted microscopes which have properties such as phase contrast, light regulation and fluorescence/staining. The inverted microscope typically targets cell culture, micromanipulation/microinjection, contamination inspection (e.g. fungi), nematology (e.g. parasites) and much more.
Stereo microscope: for transparent and non-transparent specimens where relatively low magnification is required. With this type of microscopy, the visual experience is three-dimensional. We offer stereomicroscopes that have properties such as zoom, polarization, light guides, vertical light and height adjustment. The stereo microscope typically addresses biology (e.g. dissection and fertilization), mineralogy, metallography, wood inspection, and more.
If you want a camera solution for your microscope, we offer various cameras that can be used in research laboratories as well for teaching.
We offer service agreements for all our microscopes.