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Micro tweezers are useful in a variety of different applications.  Common uses include micro dissection of tissue and vessels, and processing tissue in electron microscopy procedures.

ITEM DESCRIPTION PRICE QTY
52102-12 Foerster Forceps 4 in 1x2 Straight.5mm

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52102-12C Foerster Fcps 4in 1X2 CRV, .5mm Tip

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52102-15P Graefe Forceps, 2.875in, 1x2 Teeth, Straight

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52102-15 Graefe Forceps 2.75 in 1x2 Straight

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52102-16 Graefe Forceps 2.75 in 1x2 Curved

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52102-30P Micro Forceps, 4in, Straight, Serrated, 0.8mm

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52102-30 Micro Forceps, 4in, serrat, 0.8mm

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52102-32 Micro Forceps, 4in, serrat, 0.5mm

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52102-40P Micro Dissecting Forceps, 4in, 1x2 Teeth, Straight, 0.8mm

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52102-40 Micro Dissecting Forceps, 4in, 1x2 Straight 0.8mm

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52102-41P Micro Dissecting Forceps, 4in, 1X2 Teeth, 0.5

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52102-41 Micro Forceps, 4 in, 0.5 mm tip

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52102-42P Micro Dissecting Forceps,4in, 1X2 Teeth, Slight Curve, 0.8mm

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52102-42 Micro Dissecting Forceps, 4 in, 0.8 mm tip, Slight Curve

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52102-43 Micro Dissecting Forceps, 4 in, 1x2 0.5 mm, Slight Curve

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52102-44 Micro Dissecting Forceps, 4 in, 1x2 Full Curve

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52102-45 Micro Dissecting Forceps, 4 in, 1x2 Angled .8

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52102-48 Gill Forceps 3in Curved 1x2 .6mm tip

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52102-50 Bonn Forceps 3in 1x2 .12mm Tying

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52102-60P Graefe Forceps, 4in, Full Curve, 1X2 Teeth, 0.5mm

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52102-60 Graefe Tissue Forceps 4in, F-CRV 1X2 Teeth, .5mm Tip

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52102-72 Bonn forceps, 3.75in, 1X2 Teeth

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52102-73 McPherson Forceps 3.5in 1x2 .2mm

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52102-74 McPherson Forceps 4in Angled 1x2

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52102-76 Bishop-Harmon Forcep 3.25in 1x2 .3

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52102-77P Steven Forceps, 4in, Straight, 1x2, 1mm

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52102-77 Steven Forceps 4in Straight 1x2 1mm

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52104-31P Brown-Adson Forceps, 4.7in, Side Teeth

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52104-31 Brown-Adson Forceps, side teeth

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52104-32 Micro-Adson forceps, 4.75 in, 1x2 teeth .5

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52104-33P Adson Forceps, 4.75 in, teeth + serrat

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52104-33 Adson Forceps, 4.75 in, teeth + serrat

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52104-34P Adson Forceps, 4.7in, 2X3 Teeth

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52104-34 Adson Forceps, 4.75 in, 2 X 3 teeth

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52104-35 Adson forceps, 4.75 in, 1 X 2 teeth

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52104-38 Hudson (Ewald) Forceps 4.75in 1x2

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52106-42P Semken Forceps, 5in, 1X2 teeth

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52106-42 Semken Forceps, 5in, 1 X 2 teeth

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52106-43 Semken Forceps 6in 1x2

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52106-44 Semken forceps, 5in, 2 X 3 teeth

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52106-52 Gerald Forceps 7in Straight 1x2

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52106-53 Gerald Forceps 7in Curved 1x2

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52106-55 Cushing Forceps 7in 1x2 Scraper

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52106-60 Potts-Smith Forceps 7in Serrated

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52108-86 Brown Forceps 6 inch 8x8 Side Teeth

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52108-87 Brown Forceps 8 inch 8x8 Side Teeth

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52108-88 Brown Forceps 10 inch 8x8 Side Teeth

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52108-89 Harmon Fix Forceps 3 inch 4x5 2.5mm

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Forceps with Teeth

52102-15 GRAEFE; Straight; 1x2 Teeth; 0.6mm Tip; Length 2.75"

52102-16  GRAEFE; Curved; 1x2 Teeth; 0.6mm Tip; Length 2.75"

52102-40  GRAEFE; Straight; 1x2 Teeth; 0.8mm Tip; Length 4"

52102-41  GRAEFE; Straight; Extra Delicate; 1x2 Teeth; 0.5mm Tip; Length 4"

52102-42  GRAEFE; Slight Curve; 1x2 Teeth; 0.8mm Tip; Length 4"

52102-43  GRAEFE; Slight Curve; 1x2 Teeth; 0.5mm Tip; Length 4"

52102-44  GRAEFE; Full Curve; 1x2 Teeth; 0.8mm Tip; Length 4"

52102-60  GRAEFE; Full Curve; 1x2 Teeth; 0.5mm Tip; Length 4"

52102-45  GRAEFE; Angled; 1x2 Teeth; 0.8mm Tip; Length 4"

52108-89  HARMON FIX; 4x5 Teeth; 2.5mm Jaw; 3" Length

52102-76  BISHOP-HARMON; 1x2 0.3mm Teeth; Length 3 1/4" 

52102-12 FOERSTER; Straight; 1x2 Teeth; 0.5mm Tip; Length 4"

52102-12C FOERSTER; Curved; 1x2 Teeth; 0.5mm Tip; Length 4"

52102-48 GILL; Slight Curve; 1x2 Teeth; 0.6mm Tip; Length 3"

52102-77 STEVENS; Straight; 1x2 Teeth; 1mm Tip; Length 4"

52102-73  McPHERSON; Straight with Tying Platform; 1x2 Teeth; 0.2mm Teeth; 0.45mm Tip Width; Length 4"

52102-74  McPHERSON; Angled with Typing Platform; 1x2 Teeth; 0.2mm Teeth; 0.45mm Tip Width; Length 4"

52102-50 BONN; Tying Platform 1x2mm Teeth; 0.12mm Teeth; 0.3mm Tip Width; Length 2 3/4"

52102-72  BONN; Tying Platform 1x2 Teeth; 0.12 Teeth; 0.3mm Tip Width; Length 3 3/4"

52104-32 MICRO ADSON; 1x2 Teeth; 0.5mm Tip; Length 4 3/4"

52104-33 ADSON; Serrated; 1x2 Teeth; 1mm Tip Width; Length 4 3/4"

52104-35 ADSON; 1x2 without Serrations; 1mm Tip Width; Length 4 3/4"

52104-38 HUDSON (EWALD); 1x2 Teeth; 1.4mm Tip Width; Length 4 3/4" 

52104-34 ADSON; 2X3 Teeth; 1.3mm Tip Width; Length 4 3/4"

52104-31 BROWN-ADSON; 7x7 Teeth; Length 4 3/4"

52106-42 SEMKEN; 1x2 Teeth; Length 5"

52106-44  SEMKEN; 2x3 Teeth; 1.4mm Tip; Length 5"

52106-43 SEMKEN; 1x2 Teeth; Length 6"

52106-52  GERALD; Straight; 1x2 Teeth; Length 7"

52106-53  GERALD; Curved; 1x2 Teeth; Length 7"

52106-55  CUSHING; Scraper; 1.2 Teeth; Length 7"

52106-60  POTTS-SMITH; Serrated 1x2 Teeth; Length 7"

52108-86  BROWN FORCEPS; 8x8 Side Teeth; Length 6"

52108-87  BROWN FORCEPS; 8x8 Side Teeth; Length 8"

52108-88  BROWN FORCEPS; 8x8 Side Teeth; Length 10"

Micro tweezers come in a wide variety of tip sizes, shapes, and materials. To choose the best tweezers for your application keep in mind the size of the animal and/or tissue you are working with. The type of cleaning and sterilization you require may affect the material you choose. For example, if you require autoclaving and you are working under a microscope on a mouse the thinnest-tipped forceps made of stainless steel, titanium, Dumostar, INOX, and Dumoxel are good choices.

Carbon steel instruments may not be the best choice for use where there is constant exposure to water. If not handled properly, carbon steel is likely to rust if exposed to water for a length of time. Though not recommended by Roboz Surgical, flash flame decontamination could be used on carbon steel tweezers because this material is less likely to be damaged by high heat. The extreme heat from flash flame decontamination changes the molecular structure of most material adversely. High heat softens metal and shortens the useful life of instruments. Consider another method of decontamination where lower heat levels can be applied to keep your instruments useful for many more years.

You will often see tweezers available in the Biologie pattern. Biologie tips are about twice as fine as standard tips. Some tweezers are available with a mirror finish and some in a matte finish. Make a choice between the two finishes based on personal preferences- there is no quality difference between the two. A mirror finish may look clean and will be more reflective under bright light than a matte finish. A Matte finish will not show smudges easily and the surface provides more of a grip. Both are high quality and protect the instrument equally.

Material Reference Guide

There are 6 different alloys to choose from when selecting a micro tweezers. The information below is provided to help you compare the various alloys and their respective properties. The six different alloys are carbon steel, titanium, stainless steel, Inox, Dumoxel, and Dumostar.

CARBON STEEL: At Rockwell 60, carbon steel is one of the hardest tweezers' materials. Carbon steel tips are very durable but the hardness makes carbon steel tips more brittle than other steels. Carbon steel is also highly magnetic and stains easily. It will rust if exposed to water for any length of time.

TITANIUM: While not as hard as some of the other alloys (Rockwell 37 at the tips), titanium tips are very flexible. A unique property of titanium is that it is 33% lighter than other stainless alloys. Titanium is extremely corrosion and stain resistant, making it the preferred choice for salt water uses. Titanium also has a high heat resistance, in excess of 400 degrees Celsius, and is completely non-magnetic.

STAINLESS STEEL: The common name for various alloys composed of carbon steel and chromium. There are many different types and grades of stainless steel. Alloys considered stainless exhibit good stain resistance and have varying degrees magnetism. Stainless steel is less likely to show damage but it can still rust, corrode, pit, and be affected by chemicals and environmental conditions.

INOX: Inox is a specific stainless alloy composed of carbon steel and chromium. Inox tips are more flexible than pure carbon steel but not as hard (Rockwell 55) . Inox has good stain resistance and is magnetic.

DUMOXEL: One of the most popular tweezer alloys, Dumoxel is even more stain resistant than Inox and is highly corrosion resistant. With a Rockwell 36 at the tips, tweezers made from this alloy have very soft, flexible tips. Dumoxel is non-magnetic and exhibits high temperature resistance.

DUMOSTAR: This new alloy is a blend of steel, chromium, nickel, and cobalt and has many of the best features of the other alloys. Dumostar is heat resistant to over 500 degrees Celsius and is completely non-magnetic. It is extremely corrosion resistant and is one of the harder alloys at Rockwell 62. However, because of its unique composition, Dumostar tips are very flexible, are resistant to fatigue, and are capable of flexing far beyond other alloys without permanently deforming. This alloy is far superior in overall performance than any other material available today!