CoverWell™ imaging chambers are designed to stabilize and support thick and free-floating specimens for confocal microscopy and imaging applications. The reusable press-to-seal silicone chambers form removable enclosures for repeat staining or specimen re-positioning. Flexible coverslip material allows these chambers to be removed from the thinnest coverglass without breaking the glass or damaging the specimen. The thin (0.18mm / 0.007”) polycarbonate cover displays excellent transparency. Imaging chambers are available with or without adhesive. Adhesive CoverWells ™ are designed to form peel-and-stick leak-proof enclosures for the permanent mounting of thick specimens.
- Confocal microscopy
- Tissue and Cell staining
- High Resolution Microscopy
- Live-cell imaging
- Designed for confocal microscopy and imaging applications.
- Reusable press-to-seal silicone chamber forms removable enclosures for repeat staining or specimen repositioning.
Please note, that we can customize chamber size and depth for your application.
PCI-PAF-CoverWell Imaging Chambers, 28mm Dia. X 0.26mm Depth, 45mm X 45mm OD - 25 PACK
|Title||PCI-PAF-CoverWell Imaging Chambers, 28mm Dia. X 0.26mm Depth, 45mm X 45mm OD - 25 PACK|
|Description||CoverWell Imaging Chambers are designed for confocal microscopy and imaging applications. Reusable press-to-seal silicone chamber forms removable enclosures for repeat staining or specimen repositioning.|
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