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New WPI Surgical Instruments Catalogue

The 2019 Surgical Instruments Catalogue from WPI is now available, click here to view your copy online or contact Tim Watts for a hard copy.

WPI is proud to offer an extensive line of surgical instruments for all your research needs. Whether you are looking for a pair of fine German surgical scissors or marine grade stainless steel forceps, WPI are sure to offer when you are looking for. Additionally, WPI also offer a large range of accessoires including an electrocautery unit, sterilisation trays and instruments.

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WPI End of Year Sale

The WPI End of year Sale is now on !

10% discount is available off all standard catalogue items, both instruments and surgical tools. Get stocked up now and hit the ground running in 2019 ! Contact Tim Watts (08) 8150 5289 for a quotation today.

For 50 years WPI has provided solutions for a wide range of disciplines including electrophysiology, molecular biology, cellular biology, surgical procedures and physiology. An exciting new release is a wide range of surgical instruments that will help you with microsurgeries, designed specifically for work under a microscope. They are anti-reflective and are also modified with special tips to enable surgeries in arteries and veins.

A new instruments catalogue is also available, ask Tim for a copy.

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Live Cell Demonstration System

Now available for demonstration

The Ti-2 is Nikons most advanced inverted microscope

The Ti2 delivers an unparalleled 25mm FOV ideal for large-scale and high throughput imaging. Perfectly complimented by the latest large format CMOS cameras this extended view significantly increases data capture and achieves full system-level imaging effortlessly.

Our demo microscope includes the high sensitivity DS-Qi2 CMOS camera equipped with the large 30.0 x 3.9 mm, 16,25magepixel sensor to maximise the performance of the Ti2.

[Image result for nikon Ti-2] Single FOV of cultured neurons, captured with a CFI Plan Apo lambda 60x objective and DS-Qi2 camera

An assist guide provides interactive graphical procedures for all available microscope modes allowing users of any experience level to quickly configure the microscope for imaging and accurately perform any necessary alignment tasks. A vast array of sensors detects and continuously monitors the status of all major optical components, automatically displaying any set-up errors.

Other features available to demo include on-board hardware triggering, auto-water immersion dropper, a redesigned fast XY stage, the latest objectives and Nikons unique external phase contrast.

 

The increasing demands for higher throughput and faster acquisitions can now be achieved easily by a combination of advanced hardware and sophisticated software. You can explore your research like never before as our demonstration microscope is accompanied by the latest acquisition interface, NIS Elements, which features advanced image capture and analysis controls and includes the revolutionary JOBs interface for automated and conditional experimental routines.

Together with the latest in LED diascopic and epi-fluorescent illumination and stage-top environmental control, the demonstration Nikon Ti2 microscope is fully equipped for live cell imaging.

If you would like to learn more about the Ti2 or interested in a demonstration please contact us.

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WPI Sterilisation Catalog

The new WPI Sterilisation catalogue is now available.

WPI offers a comprehensive range of surgical instrument baskets and trays.

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The World's Most Sensitive Back-illuminated sCMOS Camera Platform

Andor Technology (Andor), an Oxford Instruments company and world leader in scientific imaging and spectroscopy solutions, today announced the launch of the new ultrasensitive Sona back-illuminated camera platform for fluorescence microscopy. Featuring 95% Quantum Efficiency and market-leading vacuum cooling down to -45 °C, Sona represents the ultimate in sCMOS sensitivity, meaning signal to noise can be optimized under reduced illumination conditions, thus preserving living cells during extended measurement periods. Sona also presents an exclusive solution for capturing extremely large fields of cells or whole embryos with exceptional clarity.

Read more or contact us for further information.

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