Mystaire’s MY-PCR Prep workstations provide laboratory technicians with a “personal cleanroom”...
Sensofar Metrology’s high-resolution 3-D optical sensor system, the S mart, is ideally suited...
The Discovery microscope, built with Zeiss optics featuring a 20:1 zoom ratio, offers a primary magnification range from approximately 7.3 to 146 x (with a 1.0 x objective).
The ATRIX Trace Evidence Collection Vacuum offers upgraded, longer-length standard accessories than others in the market, including an extra-long 10 ft stretch hose and extra-long 25 ft detachable power cord.
The June issue of Laboratory Equipment features a cover story on how to "green" your lab bench, with advice from experts in the field. Other articles detail a controversial crime lab in D.C., the authentication of honey and olive oil, food research at the microscale and the debate over whether to rent or buy lab instrumentation.
Spectronics’ OFK-450A Blue Light LED Forensic Inspection Kit features the powerful, portable and rechargeable OPTIMAX 450 LED flashlight.
SiQuest Corp. has launched Internet Examiner Toolkit Version 4 (IXTK v4), a 3-in-1 tool for recovery and analysis of Internet-based evidence.
With RWC’s Model 850009 UV light meter, UV light intensity appears on the large backlit display in either µW or mW/cm2, while the small lower display simultaneously shows minimum, maximum, average and recorded data.
MediaClone, Inc.’s computer forensic field imaging device and triage platform, the SuperImager Mini, is a compact, easy-to-carry unit that is extremely fast, with a built-in 7” touchscreen LCD display, three SATA 6 Gbit/sec ports, four USB 3.0 ports and one Gigabit Ethernet.
Protector Premier Laboratory Hoods incorporate a sleek interior with a molded one-piece fiberglass liner. This liner is made of specially formulated, fiberglass-reinforced polyester, which offers fire-resistance and easy clean up.
The miVac DNA is a compact concentrator from Genevac capable of safely and efficiently removing water and organic solvents from biological samples in a variety of formats, including tubes, microplates and vials.
The NOAH PL Portable Blue Forensic Laser from FoxFury Lighting Solutions is extremely lightweight, powerful and affordable.
The Sherlock Lite, from Acme Portable, is a portable solution for computer forensics. Without bulky equipment and heavy computers, investigators can clone large amounts of data from existing HDDs.
The June issue of Laboratory Equipment features a cover story on sample prep, and the multitude of systems and consumables researchers use to perform the most utilized process in the lab. Other articles detail the technological expansion of NMR, and the benefits of using evidence drying cabinets in forensic applications. Products include: mixers, incubators, gas generators, pumps, valves, fittings and more, with special sections on food & bev, lab design & furnishings and forensics.
To ensure the safety and accuracy of work and personnel, it is always best to use an evidence drying cabinet, not fume hood, when drying evidence.
Compact in design, the Model 192 Non Browning 6x Zoom Lens from Resolve Optics has been designed to operate in areas subject to radiation. Today, radiation is used in medicine, academia, and industry, as well as for generating electricity at nuclear power plants.
Leeds Forensic Systems’ Discovery Firearms & Tool Marks Comparison Microscope is built with Zeiss-encoded optics. Offering over 7,000 ISO magnification-matched positions and large magnification range, the microscope offers an enhanced level of confidence and capability.
The CAO Group’s UltraLite ALS Turbo heads uncover twice the amount of forensic evidence. The forensic light system incorporates advanced “Turbo” light technology in six of the interchangeable heads used for various detection methods.
Bio-Rad’s KnowitAll spectroscopy software can be used for the analysis of automobile paint samples acquired at crime scenes. Using the software to search multiple automobile paint layers found at a crime scene against the Paint Data Query (PDQ) database—the world’s largest international automotive paint database with nearly 20,000 samples—forensic scientists can determine the make, model, year and manufacturing origin of the samples.
The June issue of Laboratory Equipment continues to celebrate the magazine's 50th anniversary with a retrospective on the 1960s. Additionally, the cover story details efforts to remove sample prep as a common bottleneck in the lab. Other articles discuss ELN lessons for food and beverage companies and the efficiency gains achieved by implementing a direct-to-slide printer. Special product sections include food and beverage and forensics.
The Spectroline TRITAN 450 is a powerful, multiple-LED, broad-beam blue light forensic inspection lamp. It is suited for a range of forensic applications, including crime scene investigation, gathering evidence and forensic laboratory work.
From crime scene sample to final identification, Abetter Dactyloscopy from Qualitype covers the entire workflow of fingerprint analysis.
Designed specifically for forensic investigation, Resolve Optics’ Model 228 is a full-featured, high-performance UV lens.
Promega has designed the GenePrint 10 System for human cell line authentication and sample identification.
CRAIC Technologies’ Auriga microspectroscopy and imaging software package is designed to collect, analyze and process both microspectra and images from proprietary microspectrophotometers running Windows 8.
Animetrics’ ID-Ready is a subscription-based online service for smaller law enforcement departments.
The October issue of Laboratory Equipment features a cover story on microscopy technologies that are quickly moving the industry forward. Developers are pushing the limits of existing imaging technologies to create systems with three times the measurement speed, resolution and consistency. Other articles include LIMS and ultrapure water. Special sections this month include forensic science and food & beverage laboratories.
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