HBG® Blood counting chamber is a precision measuring instrument made of special optical glass. It is used to count cells or other particles in suspensions under a microscope. Counting chambers are mainly used for blood analysis (counting leucocytes, erythrocytes, and thrombocytes) and to count cells of liquor. A device counting chamber used for determining the number of cells per unit volume of a suspension is called a counting chamber. The most widely used type of chamber is called a hemocytometer, since it was originally designed for performing blood cell counts, A Neubauer counting chamber is used to count cells in biological fluid by observing them, through microscope, on a calibrated grid, the exact dimensions of which are known. A simple calculation provides the number of cells per ml (or another volume unit). Proper Blood Counting Chamber (Hemocytometer) provides absolute measuring and counting accuracy using the improved double Neubauer ruling.
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|#1A-6||HP2010106||Blood Counting Chamber – Fuuchs-Rosenthal (Brightlined)||HBG®||9018-9011|
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|#1A-9||HP2010109||Blood Counting Chamber – Malassez||HBG®||9018-9011|
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Features and Benefits:-
- HBG® counting chambers are precision measuring instruments, used to determine the number of particles per volume unit of a suspension.
- Same ruling as improved Neubauer, but with rhodium coated chamber bottom.
- Rulings are engraved into the rhodium layer and appear bright under normal microscope settings.
- By altering the contrast, the microscope image can be reversed, so that the rulings appear brighter or darker, as required.