Axio Imager 2 offers brilliant optics and bright fluorescence. The contrast manager and light manager ensure defined conditions and reproducible results at all times.
An important instrument for the study of biological systems is the laser scanning confocal microscope. The FV1000 is outfitted with multiple laser wavelengths and a humidified temperature controlled chamber covering the stage, making it perfect for long term study of living samples.
The SZX16 is designed for advanced research and has a maximum numerical aperture of 0.30, producing a resolution of 900 line pairs per millimeter. It provides one of the largest zoom ratio of any stereo.
The Olympus BX41 is a high performance and versatile microscope which makes superb fluorescence microscopy possible with its incident light fluorescence illuminator.
This is a flexible variable pressure SEM with wide range of detectors including secondary electron, backscatter, XDS and EBDS.
The Leica EM CED030 carbon coater is used for coating samples in thin carbon for electron microscopy and electron microprobe analysis.
The Cressington 108 sputter coater has fully variable current control, digital process timer with "pause", variable height specimen table, hinged top-plate and o-ring sealed vacuum chamber. The current controller allows independent choice of sputter current and argon pressure. Coverage and grain size are optimized for any specimen.