Any instrument that can be used in a clinical or research laboratory setting for the purpose of processing or analysis.
Autoclaves and Sterilizers (272 suppliers)
Autoclaves are used for applications requiring constant pressure and temperature for long periods of time. Common applications include the sterilization of instruments and polymerization of rubbers and plastics.
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Automated Cell Counters (16 suppliers)
Autosamplers (148 suppliers)
Beakers (113 suppliers)
Beakers are simple containers, usually cylindrical with flat bottoms and a lip for pouring, used for stirring, mixing, measuring, and heating liquids in a laboratory.
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Bell Jars (16 suppliers)
Bell Jars are a type of laboratory equipment used for creating vacuums.
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Biological Indicators (40 suppliers)
Biological indicators are used to monitor and evaluate the effectiveness of sterilization.
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Biological Safety Cabinets (94 suppliers)
Burettes (61 suppliers)
Cell Density Meters (6 suppliers)
Cell density meters are spectrophotometers used to measure the density of biological cells in suspension.
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Clean Benches (101 suppliers)
Cleanrooms (206 suppliers)
Crucibles (160 suppliers)
Cuvettes (37 suppliers)
Desiccators (47 suppliers)
Digesters (54 suppliers)
Diluters (32 suppliers)
DNA Sequencers (20 suppliers)
DNA sequencers are used to automate the DNA sequencing process.
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DNA Synthesizers (27 suppliers)
DNA synthesizers are used to custom build DNA molecules to contain a sequence of interest.
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Evaporating Dishes (33 suppliers)
Faucets (331 suppliers)
Flow Cytometers (22 suppliers)
Flow cytometers use laser beams to characterize single cells as they pass by at high speed.
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Fume Hoods (276 suppliers)
Gas Bubblers (16 suppliers)
Gas bubblers are used to exclude air from a reaction or a system by acting as a one-way valve. Gases from the inlet bubble through a fluid (oil, mercury, or water) before they are vented to the atmosphere.
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Gas Generation Equipment (361 suppliers)
Gas generation equipment provides an onsite supply of gas, vapor, or humidity (water vapor). It eliminates the need for delivery in gas cylinders, which can be bulky and may have special storage requirements.
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Gloveboxes and Isolators (111 suppliers)
Gloveboxes and isolators are used to contain hazardous substances or materials that must not come in contact with the outside environment.
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Graduated Cylinders (69 suppliers)
Graduated cylinders are tall, narrow cylinders that are open at the top and used to accurately measure the volume of an object or fluid. They are also known as measuring cylinders.
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Heating Mantles (40 suppliers)
Hemocytometers (10 suppliers)
Hemocytometers consist of a thick glass slide with an indentation that serves as a gridded chamber of known depth and area and are used for counting cells or particles in a specific volume of fluid.
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Hot Cells (9 suppliers)
Hot cells are shielded radiation containment chambers that allow operators to safely handle and manipulate radioactive isotopes. They are used in both the nuclear energy industry and in nuclear medicine.
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Hot Plates (181 suppliers)
Incubators (240 suppliers)
Instrument Calibration Services (773 suppliers)
Laboratory Balances (253 suppliers)
Laboratory Bottles (126 suppliers)
Laboratory bottles are chemically-resistant containers used for holding and dispensing fluids.
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Laboratory Centrifuges (230 suppliers)
Laboratory centrifuges are used to separate particles from a solution according to their size, shape, density, and viscosity of the medium and rotor speed.
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Laboratory Condensers (32 suppliers)
Laboratory condensers are large, coolant-filled tubes that surround smaller glass tubes that contain a hot fluid or vapor. They are used to cool fluids and condense gases.
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Laboratory Degassers (40 suppliers)
Laboratory Dispensers (190 suppliers)
Dispensers feed measured amounts of materials, either manually or automatically. The most common types of dispensers are bottle top and burette.
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Laboratory Filters (165 suppliers)
Laboratory filters are used to remove particulates from samples in laboratory-scale applications. They consist of a filter medium and housing or holder that constrains and supports the filter media in the sample’s path.
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Laboratory Fittings (47 suppliers)
Ground glass joints are used in laboratories to form leak-free connections between component labware such as flasks, condensers, and bubblers.
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Laboratory Flasks (124 suppliers)
Laboratory flasks are lab vessels with wide bodies and narrow, tubular necks. They can be used for mixing, measuring, and heating chemicals, samples, and solutions.
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Laboratory Freeze Dryers (35 suppliers)
Laboratory freeze dryers preserve samples by freezing the material and then allowing sublimation to occur. This water-removal process is also known as lyophilization.
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Laboratory Freezers (128 suppliers)
Laboratory Funnels (96 suppliers)
Laboratory funnels are used to channel liquids or fine-grained chemicals (powders) into labware with a narrow neck or opening.
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Laboratory Furnaces (149 suppliers)
Laboratory Homogenizers (130 suppliers)
Laboratory homogenizers are high-speed, high-shear mixers that reduce samples to uniformed-sized molecules through maceration, cutting, and blending. They are used to process liquids, slurries, or granular substances.
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Laboratory Mixers (351 suppliers)
Laboratory Ovens (249 suppliers)
Laboratory ovens are thermal convection appliances for use in laboratory, scientific, and industrial settings. Uniform heat distribution is often achieved by internal blowers which heat, dry, and cure substrates.
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Laboratory Reactors (151 suppliers)
Laboratory reactors are used to grow cells and contain reactions. They are designed for small-scale experiments in fields such as kinetics and yield studies. This product area includes shake flasks, small bioreactors, and other products that can be used to complete a preliminary economic evaluation.
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Laboratory Refrigerators (109 suppliers)
Laboratory Shakers (185 suppliers)
Laboratory Spatulas (28 suppliers)
Laboratory spatulas are implements with flattened ends used to mix, spread and lift chemicals.
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Laboratory Stoppers (59 suppliers)
Laboratory stoppers are truncated, cylindrical or conical pieces that are used to plug, close and/or seal labware.
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Laboratory Thermometers (131 suppliers)
Laboratory thermometers are used to measure temperatures or temperature changes with a high degree of precision. Traditional liquid-in-glass design offers ease of use and low cost.
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Laboratory Tongs (21 suppliers)
Laboratory tongs are tools used for grasping and lifting materials or labware.
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Labware Washers (71 suppliers)
Laser Scanning Cytometers (5 suppliers)
Laser scanning cytometers (LSCs) are biological instruments which automatically determine the biochemical components of cells, as well as their morphology and cellular location in situ.
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Microarray Scanners (18 suppliers)
Microarray Scanners are used to perform microarray analysis by acquiring images of laser induced fluorescence.
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Microplate Processing Systems (30 suppliers)
Microplate processing systems are used to prepare samples for drug discovery or chemical analysis applications.
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Microplate Readers (98 suppliers)
Microplate Sealers (8 suppliers)
Microplate Sealers are used for the automated adhesive or thermal sealing of microplates.
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Microplate Washers (52 suppliers)
Microplates (106 suppliers)
Microplates are plastic plates or cassettes that containing a number (typically 96 or 384) of small wells arranged in rows. Microplates are used to conduct a number of chemical reactions at the same time.
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Mortars and Pestles (10 suppliers)
Mortar and pestle sets are used to crush, grind, and mix small solids or slurries. The mortar has the shape of a small, heavy walled cup. The pestle looks like a miniature baseball bat, the end of which is used for crushing or grinding.
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Petri Dishes (61 suppliers)
Petri dishes are shallow, cylindrical, lidded dishes that are used to culture cells. They are sometimes called Petri plates or cell culture dishes.
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Pipettes and Tips (274 suppliers)
Real-Time PCR Instruments (30 suppliers)
Real-Time PCR Instruments are machines that amplify and detect DNA. They combine the functions of thermal cyclers and fluorimeters, enabling the process of real-time PCR.
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Respirometers (13 suppliers)
Respirometers are used for the quantification of respiration in humans or other organisms through measurements of oxygen, water and/or carbon dioxide levels and mass flow rate.
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Sample Dryers (107 suppliers)
Syringes and Needles (200 suppliers)
Syringes utilize a cylinder and plunger for precise delivery of liquids or gases in analytical, medical, pharmaceutical or biotechnology applications. Many times needles are included with the syringe.
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Test Tubes (90 suppliers)
Test tubes are handheld tubes are used for mixing or heating chemicals in a laboratory. They are open at the top and rounded at the bottom, and usually made of glass or plastic materials
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Thermal Cyclers (72 suppliers)
Titration Instruments (82 suppliers)
Titration instruments are used to determine the concentration of dissolved substances. Titration is based on a complete chemical reaction between the specific substance, the analyte, and a reagent or titrant of known concentration that is added to the sample.
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Ultrasonic Cleaners and Cleaning Systems (206 suppliers)
Ultrasonic cleaners use high frequency sound waves to create bubbles for loosening and removing dirt, scale, and other impurities from parts.
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Vials (185 suppliers)
Watch Glasses (21 suppliers)
Watch glasses are circular, slightly-concave pieces of glass that are used by chemists to evaporate liquids and cover beakers during sample preparation. They are also used to hold solids during weighing.
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