Tweezers and Forceps for Laboratories
Bochem™ 18/10 Stainless Steel Forceps, Sharp Tip
Type 2. Bochem™ 18/10 Stainless Steel Forceps, Sharp Tip contain a bent round tip.
Schneider Gerd™ Forceps
Use these forceps for a variety of applications. Schneider Gerd™ Forceps are made of stainless steel with blunt tips.
Bochem™ Stainless Steel Tissue Forceps
Manufactured from stainless steel. BOCHEM™ Stainless Steel Tissue Forceps serve a variety of laboratry uses.
Schneider Gerd™ Stainless Steel Laboratory Forceps
Use these forceps for a variety of applications. Schneider Gerd™ Stainless Steel Laboratory Forceps feature a grooved body for optimal grip.
Bochem™ Stainless Steel Sharp Tip Forceps
Constructed from stainless steel. Bochem™ Stainless Steel Sharp Tip Forceps have a variety of lab applications.
Thermo Scientific™ Nalgene™ Polypropylene Scissor-Type Forceps
Avoid corrosion from acid exposure with Thermo Scientific™ Nalgene™ Polypropylene Scissor-Type Forceps, which are chemically compatible with most lab reagents.
Hirschmann™ Aspirette™ Vacuum-tweezer
Position and pick up objects with ease. Hirschmann™ Aspirette™ Vacuum-tweezer is perfect for picking up and positioning diverse plane objects up to a maximum weight of 70 grams.
B Braun™ Surgical forceps
Perform surgical procedures with precision. B Braun™ Surgical forceps are perfect for various surgical procedures and tissue preparation.
Bochem™ Sharp Forceps with Guide-pin
Sharply pointed, straight forceps with a guide-pin. Bochem™ Sharp Forceps with Guide-pin are constructed of stainless steel.
Buerkle™ Forceps, Stainless Steel, Sharp, Bent Form
The Forceps, stainless steel, sharp, bent form with angled shape allow for accurate work in the laboratory. The angled laboratory tweezers are suitable for use in chemistry, the pharmaceutical industry, cosmetics and food & beverage.
Sampling Systems™ Stainless Steel Tweezers
Essential equipment for laboratories. Sampling Systems™ Stainless Steel Tweezers are made from hygienic 304 stainless steel.
Bochem™ Extra Sharp Precision Forceps
These extra sharp forceps feature points without ridges for the utmost precision in the laboratory.
Bochem™ Stainless Steel Tool Forceps
Enabling precision movement via self-tensing properties, these forceps have a sharp tip and a bent style.
Bochem™ Stainless Steel Bent Tip Self tensing Forceps
Manufactured from stainless steel. BOCHEM™ Stainless Steel Bent Tip Self tensing Forceps are useful for a wide variety of uses.
Cole-Parmer™ Polyamide Tweezer
Use these general purpose tweezers for a more precise grip. Cole-Parmer™ Polyamide Tweezers are serrated with rounded tips.
Saint-Gobain Chemware™ PTFE Forceps
For laboratory work involving hot, cold, delicate, or highly reactive materials
Fisherbrand™ Stainless Steel Blunt End Forceps
Provides a non-stick surface with PTFE coating to which very few solid or liquid substances will permanently adhere. Nickel Electro™ Stainless Steel Blunt End Forceps with excellent non-wetting properties provide easy cleaning and can be steam or chemically sterilized.
Bochem™ Stainless Steel Bent Tip Forceps
Manufactured from stainless steel. Bochem™ Stainless Steel Bent Tip Forceps provide good gripping.
Bochem™ Sharp Bent Round Forceps
Finely pointed and curved forceps. Bochem™ Sharp Bent Round Forceps are constructed of stainless steel.
Laboratory tweezers and forceps are small tools useful in a range of laboratory and other working environments for gripping and manipulating small or delicate objects.
Laboratory tweezers and forceps are typically made of disposable plastics such as polystyrene, or autoclavable and reusable plastics such as PMP (polymethylpentene), PTFE, reinforced nylon, or polypropylene. Plastic versions may often be supplied sterile in individual packs for use in cleanrooms and other controlled environments. Alternatively, tweezers and forceps are also widely available made from stainless steel, titanium or other metals for corrosion resistance, chemical resistance, and greater durability.
Tweezers and forceps find multiple applications in a range of working environments:
- In the laboratory for manipulation of small or delicate objects, for example microscope coverslips and filter discs or papers
- In clinical settings for dissection and examination of tissue and other biological samples
- In cleanroom or other controlled environments to avoid direct handing and help maintain sterility or cleanliness
- In industrial settings in manufacturing, electronics and fine engineering (such as watchmakers) for manipulation of small components
Tweezers and forceps are available in a range of sizes, styles and design variations:
- With pointed, blunt, rounded, curved, angled or flat tips
- With plain or serrated inner surfaces for extra grip
- With scissor-type handles
- With defined dimensions for precision work
- With foam or silicone-covered handles or tips for extra grip
- With self-closing/locking guide pins to keep the tips aligned for a firmer grip
- With an inert PTFE coating to prevent contamination, scratching or damage of delicate samples