Lab & Science Appliances
A device used to control the flow of gases, liquids, or electric current.
An instrument for measuring temperature, especially one having a graduated glass tube with a bulb containing a liquid, typically mercury or colored alcohol, that expands and rises in the tube as the temperature increases.
A device that causes radiation other than light to converge or diverge by an action analogous to that of an optical lens.
Centrifuge tubes are tapered tubes of various sizes made of glass or plastic.
A water meter is used to measure water usage. Water meters are normally used at every residence and commercial building in a public water system. Water meters can also be used at the water source, well, or throughout a water system to determine flow through that portion of the system.
Equipment used in Lab
A measuring instrument for weighing; shows amount of mass.
Electric measuring instruments
A small thin piece of glass used to cover a specimen on a microscope slide. Also called cover slip.Anothing meaning is a protective sheet of glass for a transparency.
Any of various measuring instruments for measuring a quantity
A panel meter is an instrument that displays an input signal in either a digital or analog form. Many panel meters also include alarm options as well as the ability to connect and transfer data to a computer.
An instrument for measuring or testing.
A device that causes light to either converge and concentrate or to diverge.
Porous paper suitable for use as a filter.
An optical system which acts on light in some desired way, such as to form a real or virtual image, to form an optical spectrum, or to produce light with a specified polarization or wavelength.
A device for measuring the pressure of a gas or liquid.
A laser line level is a tool combining a spirit level and/or pendulum with a laser to indicate a levelled line against a surface.
Tools for measuring.
A device for measuring the weight of an object.
An optical instrument that uses a lens or a combination of lenses to produce magnified images of small objects, especially of objects too small to be seen by the unaided eye.
Often calipers An instrument consisting essentially of two curved hinged legs, used to measure thickness and distances.
A glue used for attaching a false nail onto a natural nail.
An optical instrument designed for simultaneous use by both eyes.
An arrangement of lenses or mirrors or both that gathers visible light, permitting direct observation or photographic recording of distant objects.
A large lens with more or less magnifying power, attached to a handle, and used in reading, etc.
A device for controlling the delivery of gas at some substantially constant pressure.
A device for measuring very small distances, objects, or angles, especially one based on the rotation of a finely threaded screw, as in relation to a microscope.
The measurement of dimensional relationships, as of horizontal distances, elevations, directions, and angles, on the earth's surface especially for use in locating property boundaries, construction layout, and mapmaking.
A scientific instrument that magnifies an image.
Containers that come in graduated sizes, used to measure amounts of food.
A paper material coated with mica.
This version of the caliper allows reading the value directly from a single display. Many digital calipers can be switched between metric and imperial units.
A kind of microscope for bioligical use.
A kind of microscope.
Optical lens of projectors.
A device used to analyze side-by-side specimens.
A kind of advertising fabric.
A small flat rectangular piece of glass on which specimens can be mounted for microscopic study.
They are widely used in Physics Laboratory, Chemical Laboratory, Education system, Scientific research institutes etc.
A measuring instrument consisting of an L-shaped frame with a linear scale along its longer arm and an L-shaped sliding attachment with a vernier, used to read directly the dimension of an object represented by the separation between the inner or outer edges of the two shorter arms.
A pipette (also called a pipet,pipettor or medicine dropper) is a laboratory instrument used to transport a measured volume of liquid.
Any of several instruments used to measure the index of refraction of a substance.
A kind of centrifuge.