Meiji PLM, Routine, Binocular Microscope, Asbestos Microscope


Meiji PLM, Routine, Binocular Microscope, Asbestos Microscope

Product no.: MEIJI PLM

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£4,158.33
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Meiji Techno offers the ML6100 Series PLM (Polarized Light) Microscopes for Asbestos fiber identification applications. Meiji Techno manufactures these microscopes pursuant to NIOSH 9002 Reference methods. Each model comes with strain free semi Plan DIN brightfield POL objectives, rotatable stage with 360 degree graduations, strain free achromatic condenser and built-in Koehler illuminator as standard equipment. The table below shows the features of each model.
 
The ML6120-P Includes Binocular polarising asbestos microscope (PLM), complete with KHW10XCP eyepiece with cross line graticule, MA642 Strain Free Plan 10X and MA642D Strain Free Plan Dispersion Staining 10X objectives.
 
Accessories include flight case, addional objectives and cameras.

Additional product information

Brand and ID Number Meiji Brand from GT Vision authorised, trained reseller and service centre ID: PLM6120
Eyepieces and Objectives KHW10XCP Focusing with guide pin and crossline reticle, (1) KHW10X, F.N.18 O.D.23.2mm(1)
Head Binocular head, 30 degree inclination. One eyetube slotted for orientation of cross line eyepiece.
Stand & Focus Mechanism High quality stand equipped with a coaxial coarse/fine focus mechanism with sample protection lock.
Stage and Condenser Ceramic coated left or right-handed, flat top stage measures 171mm x 115mm and travels 78mm(X) x 52mm(Y). Ergonomically positioned coaxial drop down controls. New design Abbe 1.25 NA Condenser in quick change dovetail mount
Illumination Powerful 30 watt halogen illumination provides enhanced image quality and brightness for the observation of specimens and photomicroscopy.

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