Parts & Bulb Request
There are many different types of compound light microscopes available, from simple student microscopes to biological microscopes to more complex fluorescence. And the same goes for stereo microscopes that are used for hobby, gemological and industrial applications. Regardless of the use, however, certain parts, including the lenses, illuminators, and stage are important to the function of different types of compound light microscopes and stereo microscopes. Therefore, replacement microscope parts may occasionally be required in order to maintain working condition of these instruments. By virtue of our extensive catalog, and worldwide resources, we can provide most parts needed for compound light and stereo microscopes.
Parts Common to Compound Light & Stereo Microscopes: Read More (+)
We welcome all parts inquiries for any antique microscope, vintage microscopes, discontinued or new microscopes. With our vast inventory and resources klonopin online pharmacy worldwide, we have the ability to obtain most microscope parts. This includes but is not limited to eyepieces, objectives, stages, slide holders, rack and pinions, focus knobs, stage clips,mirrors, binocular or trinocular heads, mechanical, internal gears, prisms and electrical components.
Microscope Manufacturers: Leica, Leitz, Zeiss, Wild, Reichert Wein, Olympus, Nikon, Meiji, Swift, Ken-A-Vision, ACCU-SCOPE, UNITRON, Labomed, Steindorff, Unico, National, Motic, Parco, Vee Gee, Premiere, Boreal, Wolfe, Seiler, Bauch & Lomb and American Optical are most common. If not listed, please advise which manufacturer you are seeking.
Please supply all or any of the following information: manufacturer, model number, description, age, markings, serial number and or picture to assist with identification of parts.
Microscope & Medical Equipment Bulbs
We carry and sell microscope bulbs for all microscopes and most medical equipment. Even if the part or bulb is long discontinued, we can customize or retrofit another part or suggest another solution.
Please advise part number or, if you do not have it, please advise volts/watts (e.g. 6v 20w, 110v 30w, etc.) or any markings, including dimensions of bulb. Also include type of contact (e.g. single bayonet, double bayonet, screw base, special flange or collar, etc.) Of course, pictures are great, too.