Before lab technicians can examine a specimen under a microscope, a coverslip must be laid over the sample. Coverslippers are machines that automatically place a cover glass or coverslip film on microscope slides. This glass or film layer preserves the sample and prevents damage.
Without a coverslipper, technicians must place coverslips on the slides by hand. Automating this task is more efficient and allows technicians to work on more important tasks.
Histologyequipment.com has a wide selection of laboratory coverslippers for sale in refurbished and new conditions. We sell coverslippers from several well-known manufacturers, such as Sakura® and Leica®, for some of the best prices in the market.