Equipment and consumables related to and used in clinical and research laboratories for the preparation, separation and analysis of samples.
A wide classification of instruments that are used to analyze material samples, or their components, and record data specific to the application.
Instruments used to separate chemical mixtures, carried by liquids or gases, into components as a result of differential distribution of the solutes as they flow around or over a stationary liquid or solid phase.
Instruments and equipment for metrology, inspection and quality control of dimensional features.
A wide variety of instruments for measurement and testing of changes in environmental conditions, including radiation (both wavelength and as a hazardous emission), temperature, moisture, dew point, smoke, dust, opacity, light, weather, and water quality.
Processing equipment such as centrifuges, clarifiers, and several filter technologies used to filter or separate media of different materials or sizes.
Sensors and instruments for capturing images for evaluation and analysis, including images in the visible, infrared, and ultraviolet wavelengths.
Lab automation uses tools to automate laboratory processes, increase productivity and reduce lab process cycle times.
Any instrument that can be used in a clinical or research laboratory setting for the purpose of processing or analysis.
Equipment used in a laboratory setting to protect workers from harmful gases and chemicals and specimens from contamination.
Laboratory supplies that are used in mass quantities and often need replacement; including glassware, chemicals, test kits, etc.
Autoclaves, furnaces, ovens, heating mantles, hot plates, incubators, refrigerators and freezers and and other equipment for laboratory heating or cooling applications.
A microscope is an instrument capable of producing a magnified image of a small object.
Instruments and equipment that evaluate mechanical, thermal or other material properties, or simulate field conditions.
Devices that are used to acquire and retain data (digital or analog) from sensors or other sources.
Processes and instruments used to prepare and analyze wet chemical samples in a laboratory.
Products using various methods, including electrophoresis, chromatography and titration, to separate the components of a mixture.
Any instrument used for measuring wavelengths of light spectra, optical or atomic emissions for the analysis of samples.
Temperature forcing systems provide heating, cooling and/or a humidity and temperature controlled atmosphere to a separate test chamber, platform, or testing unit.
Instruments used to test, analyze, control, calibrate, display and record data in laboratory and other testing situations.
Thermal Platforms provide heating and cooling with more precise temperature control for environmental or climatic testing.