Vacker offers wide range of microscopes for all education, laboratory and industrial applications. Few of our major applications are listed below.

APPLICATIONS of our microscopes:

  1. Agronomy & forestry Microscope

    It is a special type of microscope that is used by generic researchers in doing section and breeding of different plants, food production, and fruit production. The application of the microscope involves the examination of plant tissues for purposes.

  2. Anatomopathology Microscope

    An Anatomopathology microscope is commonly used in the hospitals for clinical and translational research in the pathology of human diseases. It views the ultra-structural composition of tissues by transmitting electron microscopy.

  3. Aerospace Microscope

    This microscope can be used in two dimensions; for commercial purposes and for defense purposes. Its most important roles are to check for anomalies in the components of an aircraft and to help in navigation.

  4. Archeology Microscope

    The archeology microscope is used for scanning electron microscopy. It studies general topography archaeological materials such as stones, glass, pumice, and soil particles.

  5. Asbestos control Microscope

    Asbestos control microscope is mainly used to determine asbestos fibers. It works by polarized light microscopy and a digital camera that can be connected to the asbestos control microscope.

  6. Automotive Microscope

    This is a special type of microscope that ensures the competence of components in the assembly of machine parts or car parts. It controls assembly under magnification.

  7. Avionics Microscope

    Avionic is an electronic system that provides aircrafts with artificial satellite and spacecraft. It has a high resolution and is fitted with cameras.

  8. Bacteriology Microscopeprofessional-laboratory-microscope

    This microscope plays a key role in the field of bacteriology. Biologist use the bacteriology microscope to study and prepare important slides of the bacteria.

  9. Biochemistry Microscope

    Biochemistry Microscope is used to study electrons. It helps biochemist to observe objects as tiny as micro-organisms and as large molecules.

  10. Biomedical Microscope

    The Biomedical microscope is utilized in examining stained or unstained transparent physical specimens. It applies it functions on the upright and inverted biomedical microscopes.

  11. Biotechnology Microscope

    Biotechnology is the processing and exploitation of biological agents. It studies dead and living of useful products to improve the welfare of the human being. It involves in preparations of tissues culture cells improving the natural capabilities of various biological agents.

  12. Botany Microscope

    Botany involves the scientific study of plants, structure, and genetics. Botany microscope plays a key role in studying and examining different types of plants with their structure and genetics.

  13. Cell Culture Microscope

    The Cell Culture microscope is an inverted microscope which assists in the provision of active conditions for growing variety cells under the controlled conditions. The microscope provides a system to monitor a cell culture tissue with the least risk of contamination and accidental damage.

  14. Chemistry Microscope

    The chemistry microscope helps in the examination of electrons to facilitate visualization of atoms. This microscope provides optimal levels of detail ideal for studying electrons.

  15. Cosmetics Microscope

    It is a special microscope that is mainly to do research during the manufacture of cosmetics. Experts can use the cosmetic microscope to do research, development, and testing of substances that used for make-up.

  16. Cytology Microscope

    Cytology is the study of cell structure with an objective of diagnosing disease. Cytology microscope helps in screening for diseases in blood and urine samples.

  17. Dermatology Microscope

    The Dermatology microscope it is a special type of microscope that is used to view thin slices of skin tissue. Most skin diseases require special examination using a dermatology microscope.

  18. Digital imaging Microscope

    The digital imaging microscope is applied to promote the quality of the final image either film or digital. The acquisition is usually done using CCD camera mounted in the optical of the microscope.

  19. Electronics Microscope

    The electron microscope is a special type of microscope that transmits electrons within a thin specimen. It provides powerful magnification and is also used in different fields such as computer chip manufacturing.

  20. Embryo collection Microscope

    An embryo collection microscope is a special tool that is used to capture the important images of growing embryos. It is applied in the in-vitro fertilization cycles.

  21. Embryology Microscope

    The embryology microscope examines gametes, embryos, and fetuses. The doctor is able to study and visualize the growth of the embryo.

  22. Entomology Microscope

    The entomology microscope is one of the best microscopes that is applied in the study of insects. It identifies and classifies flies, bees, ants, and termites.

  23. Environmental Microscope

    An environmental microscope is used to scan and examine electron micrographs. It is also useful in biomedical, image morphology of samples, for generating x-rays from samples.

  24. Fluorescence Microscope

    A fluorescence microscope is an optical microscope that applies fluorescence generate images and properties of organic or inorganic matter. It is used to observe fluorescent molecules in a given specimen.

  25. Food and beverages Microscope

    Food and beverages microscope scans electron micrographs in various foodstuff. It is applied in molecular biology, food technology, plant biology and industrial fields.

  26. Forensics Microscope

    Forensics microscope uses forensic science to assist in solving crimes. These sciences include forensic epidemiology, forensic pathology, and anthropology.

  27. Genetics Microscope

    Genetics is the study of chromosomes and encoded DNA structures. The genetic microscope visualizes chromosomes and identifies the sequence in which the nucleic acids are fixed in cells.

  28. Geology (mineralogy) Microscope

    Geology microscope is used by geologists to test the nature of different rocks and minerals. The microscope can be used in determining various components and composition of rocks.

  29. Geology (petrology) Microscope

    Petrology microscope is used in petrology, optical mineralogy, and rock sampling. It gives a detailed examination of different types of rocks.

  30. Glass industry Microscope

    This microscope provides quality control during production of glass and its coatings by determining the electron atoms that are contained in the glass. This ultimately dictates the durability of the glass.

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  32. Hematology Microscope

    This is an optical microscope that uses its objective power to examine and diagnose diseases that are related to blood like hemophilia, blood clots, and leukemia.

  33. Histopathology Microscope

    Histopathology microscope is used to examine thin slices of tissues. This study utilizes light or electron microscopy. Tissue samples are obtained by biopsy or post-mortem.

  34. Horticulture Microscope

    By magnifying equipment in the field of horticulture, pests are brought under study. The horticulture microscope endeavors to find possible solutions to pest problems. It is applied in selective breeding of plants and fruit production.

  35. In vitro fertilization Microscope

    This microscope comes in two types; upright and inverted. The upright in vitro fertilization microscope is used to assess semen and sperm analysis preparation and the inverted microscope is used in determining morphology.

  36. Jewelry Microscope

    This microscope examines different types of stones. Jewelers inspect their jewelry for repairs and assist in making imaging inventory fast and easy. It has a large field that gives the best overview when positioning stones for examination.

  37. Marine Biology Microscope

    The marine biology microscope helps in the study of different marine flora and fauna organisms. The study of marine creatures is a branch of biology where samples of marine life are examined as slides.

  38. Mechanics Microscope

    The mechanics microscope gives quality inspection of mechanical parts of a machine. It also helps to determine how the machines will behave under different stress conditions.

  39. Metallurgy Microscope

    The Metallurgy microscope is great for examining opaque samples at a high magnification. It does so with transmitted and reflected light. It is available in trinocular with both inverted and upright boom.

  40. Microbiology Microscope

    The Microbiology microscope is a favorite in the study of micro-organisms. It has a phase of microscopes that helps in viewing bacteria, fungi, and other many more samples.

  41. Mining Microscope

    A Mining microscope is an optical instrument that has a magnifying lens used for inspecting rock specimens that are too tiny to be seen.

  42. Mycology Microscope

    Mycology is mainly concerned with the scientific study of fungi. In examining and identifying the genetic and biochemical properties, mycologists are able to determine fungi genetics and make cognitive decisions.

  43. Neuropathology Microscope

    The microscope plays an important role in the study of nervous system tissues in form of small surgical biopsies. It has Binocular and Trinocular models that ease the work of examination of the specimens.

  44. Oncology Microscope

    Oncology is a branch of medicine that deals with cancer. The microscope aims to provide research for doctors with imaging technologies to investigate cellular in-vitro and vivo.

  45. Ornithology Microscope

    Ornithology is the branch of science that studies birds and their feathers. The Ornithology microscope is used to study and examine the feathers of different birds to diagnose diseases in birds like competition pigeons.

  46. Paleontology Microscope

    This microscope studies fossils to determine parent organisms. Paleontologists use the microscope to examine different remains of dead organisms to determine its class, age, and to ascertain organisms' evolution.

  47. Paper industry Microscope

    In the production of paper, quality must be taken into consideration. The paper industry microscope applies the use of the microscope to inspect the quality of their produced papers.

  48. Parasitology Microscope

    Parasitology involves a scientific study of different types of parasite and their hosts. The microscope provides the scientific study of parasites by preparing slides for examination.

  49. Pathology Microscope

    This is a microscope that is designed to view small thin slices of tissues. Pathology is a scientific study of many diseases. Pathologists make macroscopic examinations of tissues removed during surgery or after death.

  50. Petrochemical Microscope

    This microscope studies the scientific composition of oil. The Petrochemical microscope is used in doing the study and itemization of crude oil and natural gases.

  51. Petrology Microscope

    The Petrology microscope is a geology microscope that tests, studies, and examines the nature of different rocks and minerals. It also used to identify the geological composition of the specimen.

  52. Pharmaceutics Microscope

    Pharmaceutical products are perceived to be free of visible particles. The microscope plays a significant role in investigating contamination problems for development and production of drugs for medical purposes.

  53. Phytopathology Microscope

    This microscope studies the genesis of various environmental and biological diseases. Scientists use it to determine the way plants are affected by different maladies and how to find remedies.

  54. Plastics Microscope

    Production of plastics involves a tedious process as one anticipates achieving the best from production. The plastic microscope is applied in Development and production of plastics and plastic-based compounds.

  55. Printing industry Microscope

    This microscope plays an important role in the production of best relief printing and lithography. Many printing industries ensure they obtain microscopes like this one and personnel that know how to use them effectively.

  56. Textile Microscope

    It involves the usage of a dry textile specimen for examination of the surface of the fiber before it is transformed into clothing. It is applied to promote Textile homogeneity.

  57. Veterinary medicine Microscope

    These are compound microscopes used by veterinarians to study parasites, microbial infections, body fluids and secretions, allergies and skin and hair samples of animals. They are also useful during surgery. It helps in conducting surgical procedures. Generally, it is used in the prevention and diagnosing and treating diseases more injuries on animals.

  58. Virology Microscope

    It is an electron microscope that is mainly used in the study of viruses. It is very complex because it used to examine the tiniest elements. Basically, anything smaller than bacteria will require this type of microscope.

  59. Water treatment Microscope

    Water treatment microscope is used in water treatment plants to detect harmful matter including protozoa, bacteria, fecal matter, and rotifers. It is a very important tool in disease prevention and ensuring the quality of the water used in households.

  60. Wood production Microscope

    It is a type microscope that checks wood quality. These checks include the wood grain and microscopic spaces in the grain of the wood. It plays a key role in providing quality control.

  61. Zoology Microscope

    It is used in the study of animal biology. Zoologists use this microscope to study slides with samples collected from all kinds of animals.

PRODUCTS category:

  1. Upright Microscopes

    This is a special type of microscope that is used in life science. It facilitates publication quality images and is ideal for a wide range of light microscopy.

  2. Stereo Microscopes

    These are optical microscopes that used in high and low power resolutions in the microscopy applications. They enable 3D viewing of a different specimen.

  3. Inverted Microscopes

    They are a special type of microscope that has its light source above the staging point. The specimens are placed below the staging point.

  4. Phase Contrast Microscopes

    It is an optical microscope that has the power to convert phase shifts in the phase contrast microscope. Biologists use it to study living cells and how they procreate.

  5. Fluorescence Microscopes

    It is a special type of microscope that uses fluorescence to study properties of organic and/or inorganic substances. It an optical microscope that relies on reflection and absorption to carry out its functions.

  6. Polarization Microscopes

    They are a special type of compound microscope that studies chemical and optical properties by use of polarized light.

  7. Dark Field Microscopes

    It is a type of microscopy that is generally applied to enhance the contrast in unstained samples. It works by illuminating the sample while excluding the light from the actual examination. The result is the specimen against a dark background.

  8. Digital Solutions (Cameras & Tablets Cameras)

    These are special cameras that are used in microscopes for capturing important captions as examination continues

  9. Illumination Solutions (For Stereo Microscopy)

    The illumination in Stereo microscopes provides a powerful zoom magnification. It allows viewing of live images on computers.

  10. Magnifiers & Measuring Microscopes

    The magnifiers and measuring microscopes are used in jewelry microscopes to ensure accurate observation of the objects under study.

  11. Q-Scope Handheld USB Microscopes

    It is a special type of microscope that offers a broad range of applications like industrial control by connecting the USB cable to a personal computer.

  12. Polari meters

    They are elements in the microscopes used in measuring speed and adjusting light during the examination of the specimen.

  13. Spectroscopes

    It is a unique microscope that is used in the interaction of electromagnetic radiation when examining specimens.

  14. Refractometers

    It is used in measuring the refractive indices of gases. In the veterinary microscope, it used to measure plasma in the protein.

  15. Pathology Scanners

    Pathology Scanners, also referred to as Digital Pathology or Digital Histology are virtual slides that produce quick, reliable and high-resolution images of cells.

  16. Accessories (For microscopes)

    These are special features of microscopes that have important functions in the examination and identification of the specimens being studied. We have lot of accessories to achieve these.