Our Microscopes and their Applications

  1. Wood Production Microscope


    The wood microscope analyzes wood. Among other things, it analyzes the microscopic air bubbles and wood grain quality. The wood microscope is invaluable in quality control.

  2. Plastics microscope

    Plastics are a complex material that requires precise production. The Plastics microscope is useful in making sure all the compounds and quality of materials is up to standard for all plastics and plastic-based products.

  3. Cytology Microscope

    The science of cell structures is called Cytology. Cytology is studied with the objective of diagnosing the cause of various ailments. The Cytology microscope is indispensable when running tests on blood, urine and other bodily fluids.

  4. Parasitology Microscope

    The study of different parasites and their hosts is known as Parasitology. The Parasitology microscope is useful in examining the composition of different parasites.

  5. Archeology Microscope

    The archeology microscope scrutinizes archeological materials including soil particles, stones, and pumice. It scans the electrons in these materials which provides insight into the timelines and the surrounding environment of the materials.

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  7. Automotive Microscope

    The Automotive microscope is at the heart of car parts manufacture and assembly of machine parts. It ensures quality by scrutinizing the parts under magnification. Durability and competence of these parts heavily depend on the performance of the automotive microscope.

  8. Water Treatment Microscope

    Water treatment plants cannot function without the Water Treatment Microscope. It ensures that the water we use is free from harmful bacteria, rotifers, protozoa, and fecal matter. The importance of the Water Treatment Microscope cannot be overstated considering the kind of diseases that may result from taking untreated water.

  9. Bacteriology Microscope

    Bacteriology is purely the study of bacteria. The Bacteriology Microscope is indispensable when analyzing bacteria since at it is, bacteria cannot be seen by the naked eye. Bacteria are, therefore, mounted on slides and studied under this microscope.

  10. Phytopathology Microscope

    The Phytopathology Microscope is used by scientists to break down the relationship between plants and ailments. This means that it basically studies the causes of different diseases in relation to plants and the environment.

  11. Cosmetics Microscope

    Cosmetics are very sensitive especially because they are used directly on the skin. Cosmetics manufacturers require the Cosmetics Microscope to do an in-depth analysis of the substances that are involved in developing cosmetics. This microscope is very useful at every step of make-up manufacture.

  12. Petrochemical Microscope

    The Petrochemical Microscope is used by oil manufacturing plants to individualize oil compounds and natural gases. It also analyses all the other compounds found in oil and determines the quality of the crude.

  13. Aerospace Microscope

    As the name suggests, the Aerospace Microscope is utilized to check for possible malfunctions in the bowels of an aircraft. It is used by both commercial aircraft companies and government and private defense contractors for navigation and worse-case-scenario simulations.

  14. Botany Microscope

    Botany is the study of plants. The Botany Microscope dissects plants structures and genes to better understand their composition.

  15. Electronics Microscope


    The manufacture of highly technical but tiny parts such as camera and computer chips require incredible magnification abilities. This is where the Electronics Microscope comes in. It has the ability to transmit electrons within the tiniest of elements.

  16. Anatomopathology Microscope

    This microscope is the primary microscope used in hospitals to determine the type of diseases suffered. This is achieved by studying electrons and analyzing the ultra-structural composition of human tissue.

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  18. Chemistry Microscope

    Electrons need a special kind of microscope to bring them into focus. The Chemistry Microscope is the perfect microscope for that purpose. It enables the visualization of atoms under optimal magnification to allow for easy studying.

  19. Microbiology Microscope

    This microscope is ideal for the study of yeast, bacteria, protozoa, fungi and other micro-organisms. Microbiology is on the frontline of studying disease-causing micro-organisms and finding cures for the maladies they cause.

  20. Agronomy & forestry microscope

    The Agronomy and Forestry Microscope is indispensable when studying breeding and productivity of different plants, foods, and fruits. Researchers use this microscope to come up with new ways to grow plants and increase production of food and fruits.

  21. Dermatology Microscope

    As the name suggests, this microscope is used by dermatologists to study skin tissue. It is useful both in treating skin diseases and creating skin products that work well with different kinds of skin.

  22. Biomedical Microscope

    Biomedical research covers a wide array of subjects which means researchers need a microscope that is flexible. The Biomedical microscope is perfect for studying both stained and unstained transparent slides. It covers both animal and plant specimens.

  23. Paper Industry Microscope


    The paper Industry microscope is responsible for ensuring quality and precision during the paper-making process.

  24. Embryo Collection Microscope

    This is a special microscope that does the delicate job of taking important pictures of the In-Vitro process. An Embryo Collection microscope monitors and captures the progress of growing embryos.

  25. Mycology Microscope

    The Mycology microscope is used by mycologists in the study of fungi. The study of fungi’s composition and properties enables better management of the diseases caused by fungi.

  26. Entomology Microscope

    Entomology is the study of insects. The entomology microscope is indispensable during the process of identification and classification of insects.

  27. Fluorescence Microscope

    Instead or in addition to reflection and absorption, the Fluorescence Microscope uses fluorescence and phosphorescence to study organic and inorganic elements. It is optical, an uncommon attribute in other microscopes, which makes it quite popular in biological studies.

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  29. Asbestos Control Microscope

    As suggested by the title, the Asbestos Control Microscope is used to find and ascertain the presence of asbestos fibers. It usually has a camera attached and works by polarized light.

  30. In Vitro Fertilization Microscope

    The In-Vitro Fertilization microscope is used in In-Vitro treatments to run semen analysis and morphology tests. It works in two parts; the upright In-Vitro Fertilization microscope is responsible for the sperm analysis while the inverted In-Vitro Fertilization microscope covers sperm morphology.

  31. Food and Beverages Microscope

    This microscope is important during food and beverage manufacture. It is useful in detecting microbial impurities in foods. Biologists use it when studying molecular and plant biology.

  32. Avionics Microscope

    Avionics Microscopes are specially made for use in the aviation industry. They provide artificial satellite and spacecraft intelligence thanks to the cameras attached.

  33. Forensics Microscope

    The Forensic microscope has uses in different fields including forensic pathology, anthropology, and forensic epidemiology. This microscope has been known to solve crimes by providing answers to forensic questions.

  34. Genetics Microscope

    The Genetics microscope is integral in the determination of DNA structures and chromosomes. By determining the nucleic acids sequences in the cells, this type of microscope has solved many DNA-related cases.

  35. Digital Imaging Microscope

    This microscope is used in finalizing optimal quality of films and digital images. Images are acquired by mounting a camera on the Digital Imaging Microscope for optimal viewing.

  36. Geology (Mineralogy) Microscope

    Geology is the study of the different layers of soil and minerals. The Geology microscope analyses the composition of various rocks and determines which minerals are contained therein.

  37. Hematology Microscope

    Hematology is an in-depth examination of the blood. The Hematology microscope is integral in the analysis and diagnosis of blood-related diseases including leukemia, hemophilia, and blood clots.

  38. Biochemistry Microscope

    Biochemistry combines chemistry and biology. The Biochemistry Microscope scrutinizes the chemistry behind biological processes that take place within an electron.

  39. Jewellery Microscope


    The value of jewellery is heavily dependent on the cut and clarity of the stone. Jewellers need the Jewellery microscope to ascertain the quality of raw stones and to ensure precision in the end product.

  40. Paleontology Microscope

    The Paleontology microscope is integral in the study of evolution. Paleontologists use this microscope to analyze fossils of dead organisms. This study assists them to know the age and class of the organisms.

  41. Marine Biology Microscope

    Marine Biology is a branch of science that examines marine animals and plants. The Marine Biology microscope aids in studying the intricacies of marine flora and fauna.

  42. Veterinary Medicine Microscope

    Veterinary Medicine microscopes are at the heart of veterinary medicine. Veterinarians use this microscope during surgeries and for studying and diagnosing infections. Samples of body fluids, secretions, fur and skin are mounted on slides for examination.

  43. Histopathology Microscope

    Histopathology examines body tissue and the effect disease has on them. The Histopathology microscope works by electron microscopy to illuminate tiny pieces of tissue on slides.

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  45. Geology (Petrology) Microscope

    Petrology is the research of rocks. The Petrology microscope breaks down the composition, origin, and occurrence of various rocks.

  46. Mining Microscope

    Miners understand the value of a good Mining microscope. With its powerful magnifying lens they can view and examine rocks that are too small to be seen well by the naked eye.

  47. Neuropathology Microscope

    The Neuropathology Microscope facilitates examination of nervous system tissue to determine the cause of nerve-related diseases. Tiny samples of tissue are mounted on the Binocular or Trinocular version of this microscope depending on the type of exam needed.

  48. Oncology Microscope

    The Oncology microscope is indispensable to cancer testing and research. It applies vivo and in-vitro methods to test and examine cancer cells.

  49. Metallurgy Microscope

    The Metallurgy microscope is used to analyze metals, ceramics, and other opaque materials.  It works by applying high resolution lenses on small magnified portions of the opaque material.

  50. Pathology Microscope

    The Pathology Microscope is mainly used in studying little bits of tissue to determine the root cause of any given disease. This is why the pathology microscope can be used to study living or dead tissue collected during surgery or postmortem.

  51. Ornithology Microscope

    The Ornithology microscope is a bird-lovers best tool. Ornithology is the study of birds. This microscope examines different bird feathers to determine the diseases they may suffer from and aid in finding cures.

  52. Virology Microscope

    Virology is an in-depth analysis of viruses. The Virology Microscope is build with incredible magnification to enable the user to view and study a virus. All elements that are smaller than bacteria can be viewed using this microscope.

  53. Horticulture Microscope

    The Horticulture microscope is a big help in the study and management of pests. It is also used in the study of grafting and food modification to boost productivity.

  54. Petrology Microscope


    Petrology in itself is the study of rocks; their composition, positioning, structure, and occurrence. The Petrology microscope is useful in conducting the aforementioned studies.

  55. Mechanics Microscope

    As the name suggests, the Mechanics microscope is used to determine the sturdiness and quality of various machine parts. It is an integral part of the quality check process during manufacture and assembly of vehicles and machines.

  56. Pharmaceutics Microscope

    The Pharmaceutical microscope is important for ensuring quality of pharmaceutical products. Drugs have to go through extensive quality checks to ensure their compounds are well balanced and they are free from foreign particles and debris. This microscope plays a big role in that process.

  57. Zoology Microscope

    Zoology is the study of animals in general. The Zoology microscope is used by zoologists to test and determine different animal diseases in a bid to find ways to cure them.

  58. Printing Industry Microscope

    Any printing establishment cannot guarantee quality without this microscope. The Printing Industry microscope is useful for optimizing prints by enhancing color and sharpening small details.

  59. Textile Microscope 

    The Textile microscope examines fabric on a fiber-level to determine viscosity, texture, and quality before the fibers are woven into fabric. It is an indispensable part of the textile manufacturing plants.

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  61. Embryology Microscope

    The embryology microscope is used by doctors to study the embryo. It is also used for simulations of the growth of fetuses, gametes, and embryos.

  62. Glass Industry Microscope

    The Glass Industry microscope is for scrutinizing glass and glass products. It breaks down the composition of the glass to determine projected durability.

  63. Environmental Microscope

    An environmental microscope is a special microscope that enables studies of samples in gaseous or liquid states without the need of special preparations.

  64. Biotechnology Microscope

    The Biotechnology microscope facilitates the study of living and dead tissue in a bid to improve the quality of life. Biotechnology is basically the study of living organisms and biological processes.

  65. Cell Culture Microscope

    The Cell Culture microscope is simply a greenhouse for growing cells. It creates the perfect environment for scientists to nurture cells minus the risk of contact or contamination.

Products Category

  1. Polarimeters

    Polarimeters are mechanical parts of a microscope used to adjust light and control the speed of the microscope when testing a sample.

  2. Inverted Microscopes

    Inverted microscopes are a kind of microscope that requires the slide to be placed below the staging point facing up while the lighting system is placed above the staging point facing downwards.

  3. Fluorescence Microscope


    Fluorescence Microscopes are optical microscopes that employ fluorescence and phosphorescence and/or absorption and reflection to examine both organic and inorganic elements.

  4. Polarization Microscopes

    These microscopes are powerful in the way that they illuminate and show specimen that would otherwise have to be stained to be visible on other microscopes. They use polarized light to achieve results.

  5. Q-Scope Handheld USB Microscope

    The Q-Scope Handheld USB microscope is a fan size microscope that you can take anywhere to examine the real-time specimen at magnificent resolution and magnification. Afterwards, you can download the images to your PC via USB connection.

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  7. Digital Solutions (Cameras & Tablets Cameras)

    Digital Solutions are special cameras mounted on a microscope to capture important images during the process of testing a sample.

  8. Accessories (For microscopes)

    Accessories are the various components of the microscope. Each has a different function but together they make an optimal working experience.

  9. Stereo Microscopes

    The Stereomicroscope enables 3D viewing of a specimen in high or low resolution. It has an eyepiece for each eye and uses low magnification.

  10. Dark Field Microscope

    Dark Field microscope facilitates studying of hard to view samples. It illuminates the sample alone leaving the background and the areas around it dark.  

  11. Upright Microscopes

    The Upright microscope is the opposite of an Inverted microscope. It is the more common type of microscope compared to the Inverted microscope and it’s used in Life science testing.

  12. Magnifiers & Measuring Microscopes

    These microscopes are as the name suggests. They are useful in magnifying, mainly precious stones and measuring minute objects to ensure precision.

  13. Spectroscope


    The Spectroscope is used in the study of electrons with respect to radiation.

  14. Illumination Solutions (For Stereo Microscopy)

    Illumination solutions in Stereo microscopy involve illuminating the sample without focusing the light. This means that since the light is not collected by any lens, it does not form part of the result.

  15. Refractometer

    A refractometer is used to measure the concentration of substances, for example, the amount of sugar in honey or the amount of plasma in protein.

  16. Pathology Scanners

    These are digital slides used on microscopes to provide optimal image captions of cells and specimens.

  17. Phase Contrast Microscope

    The Phase Contrast microscope uses delicate variations of light on a transparent specimen. This facilitates visible results even from the nearly invisible specimen.