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Monthly Archives: September 2008

24 Sep

What is an Export? An export is any item that is sent from the United States to a foreign country is considered an export. “Items” include commodities, software or technology, such as clothing, building material, circuit boards, automotive parts, blue … Continue reading

23 Sep

Does anyone know what the HB in HB Instruments stands for? I do! The initials represent the Hiergesell Brothers who founded the Instrument Company in 1903. I bet you didn’t know they have been around for that long. This is … Continue reading

17 Sep

Richard-Allan Scientific is a worldwide developer and producer of instruments and supplies for anatomical pathology and other key laboratory disciplines. Richard-Allan Scientific produces the Resolve Low and High Viscosity Immersion oil that is very popular amongst our Microscopy Scientists; and … Continue reading

16 Sep

Are you working in a Hemotology or Blood Bank environment? Hemotology is the study of blood. Blood is a complex mixture of suspended cellular components (erythrocytes, leukocytes and thrombocytes) and dissolved substances (electrolytes, proteins, carbohydrates, amino acids, etc.). Clinical hematology … Continue reading

15 Sep

Well if not let me tell you who they are. Ever Scientific are now known by the name of Azer Scientific. They have only changed their name and are as committed as EVER to provide us with top quality clinical … Continue reading

12 Sep

Confused about all the markings on your volumetric glassware? First of all the big “A” or “B” means Class A accuracy or Class B accuracy. Class A means it meets the ASTM standards for accuracy for that particular product: Pipet, … Continue reading