The Microscope is a device through which we can observe elements or structures that cannot be seen with the naked eye, by using lenses, viewfinders and light rays, which bring the image closer or larger at convenient scales for examination and subsequent analysis. As high precision instruments, it is necessary to emphasize their care and maintenance in order to maintain the integrity of each of its components.

Like any Laboratory instrument, they must be adjusted for optimum performance, protected from damage and regularly maintained. The care of microscopes is especially important in areas where dust is abundant, it is essential to cover them when they are not used, and when cleaning the soil, to avoid damage.

Types of Microscopes a Laboratory may need

Laboratory Biological Microscope YR0267A โ€“ YR0267B

NIS Infinity Optical System
Nis Infinity Plan Objectives Can Provide High Contrast And Very Flat Image...


Multivision binocular microscope YR0232

Modular multi-viewing systems offer exceptional image quality for each viewer thanks to their precision-coated glass optics...


Zoom Stereo Microscope YR0246 // YR0248

Parallel Optical System, Module Design to Add Function Easily
Large Zoom Ratio Up to 1:10...


   Polarizing Microscope  YR0262 โ€“ YR0263

Quintuple Nosepiece Center Adjustable
LWD Strain-free Infinity Plan Objectives 5x10x40x100x...


Our best selling Microscope

The microscope is a team that has been evolving day by day thanks to advances in its electronic and mechanical optical components. Knowledge of the fundamental structure of a microscope and its component parts, as well as its function, will help the user in his interrelation with the microscopic equipment to make the appropriate decisions about the necessary care of it.

The light microscope is an optical device used to amplify and resolve fine details of a microscopic object. It's made up of different parts: mechanical, optical and lighting. 

Analysis of the best Microscopes for your laboratory

The Microscope and its evolution      

The first great advances in science and in particular in the biological sciences are due in part to the invention of the...


Special Care For Your Microscope

In both hot and dry climates, the main problem that affects the microscope is dust, since it affects the mechanical ...


Microscope: Halogen vs. LED

High-powered microscope is often unable to provide excellent quality images due to improper use of light sources, which generally leads to inadequate illumination of the object...


What is a fluorescence microscope?

A fluorescence microscope is a conventional light microscope that is fitted with a complementary lighting fixture...


Catalog of Microscopes models on offer


Guides to Becoming a Microscope Expert

Microscopic equipment are essential products in a laboratory, we provide guides and recommendations for better use, so you can work as an expert.

How to remove fungi from our Microscopes?

Microscopes are essential equipment in any laboratory, some are very simple while others are more complex equipment...

What is an Atomic Force Microscope? - Kalstein

It is a mechanical-optical laboratory equipment, designed to show forces of order of the nanonewtons, for...

How does a Planochromatic Microscope work?

The objective of a Microscope is the most important and complex element of the light microscope. It is important...

What is an X-Ray Microscope?

Initially, microscopes have been commercially available for almost 70 years and exist today all over the world, being handled in both biological and non-biological materials, therefore, every advancement in microscopic techniques has linked scientists to innovative....

Working Microscope

Mechanical Part:
  • Base or foot: It supports the microscope and is usually heavy enough to give stability to the equipment. 
  • Column: Attaches the platen to the base and holds the condenser and diaphragm. 
  • Tube: Holds the eyepiece and the lens and keeps them separated by the correct working distance. 
  • Arm: continuation of the base or foot that allows to move the microscope with the hand. 
  • Deck: holds the sample preparations placed on a central perforation that lets light from the condenser or mirror through.
  • Tweezers: Hold the slide firmly on the deck. 
  • Revolver: allows to place in working position, alternately, the objectives that the microscope has. 

Frequently Asked Questions about Microscopes

To know the price of the Microscopes we invite you to send us an email with your request through the contact form.

The delivery time of your Kalstein product will depend on the following: 


  1. If the equipment of your interest is in stock or if it must be manufactured. 
  2. The type of freight you have chosen, this may be; air or sea.
  • Equipment in stock:  
- Delivery Time (Air): 15-30 days.  


- Delivery Time (Maritime): 45-60 days. 


  • Equipment not in stock:  
- Delivery Time (Air): 30-60 days.  


- Delivery Time (Maritime): 60-90 days. 
You can make your purchase through: 
  1. By email: [email protected] 
  2. By telephone: +33 (0) 1 78 95 87 02
  3. E-commerce: Via Kalstein's official website in your country. 
All Kalstein equipment has a 1-year warranty against manufacturing defects. The warranty does not cover damage caused by poor installation or operation by the user, transport defects or by uses other than those specified by the manufacturer. Warranty excludes electrical or consumable parts. For more information visit our โ€œterms and conditionsโ€ by clicking HERE

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