Narishige has a wide variety of products including manual and motorized micromanipulators. They also have mincroinjectors available. There micro-pullers produce accurate and repeatable products for you lab. Please see a few of the wide variety of Narishige products we offer listed below.
Features and Benefits
MMO-202ND Injection System
The MMO-202 micromanipulator features an oil hydraulic joystick enabling smooth three-dimensional movement with a single lever. Since the joystick is the hanging type, it can be manipulated with the user's arms and hands placed comfortably on the table. Operation is therefore done in a natural posture, and can be maintained for longer periods. Among other features promoting ease of use are the movable ratio adjustment section located on top of the control unit, and the unit's familiar rounded design instead of the more angular shape seen on conventional equipment.
This is an oil hydraulic micromanipulator developed for patch clamping. The oil hydraulic system offers good operability, but has the disadvantage of being prone to drifting caused by changes in temperature. The Double Cartridge System tackles this problem by using two oil cartridges, one on each side of the drive unit slider; in this way, drift from one cartridge is canceled out by the other. The result is a well-balanced drive unit slider and overall manipulator performance with minimal drifting. Installation is firm, stable and effective in resisting vibration effects.
ITS-N/O/O2/Z/Z2/L Isolation System
This system employs a stable isolation table on which the specimen and the micromanipulators can both be fixed independently of the microscope. With the microscope firmly fixed in position, the base can move in both X and Y planes. This allows the operator to change the observation position without moving either the specimen or the micromanipulators.
Ideal for experiments under low magnification. This single-axis water hydraulic micromanipulator is combined with a three-dimensional manual coarse manipulator for patch clamping applications under low magnifications, such as when using a stereo microscope. Even at low magnifications, vibration is a critical problem, so a large and very rigid manual manipulator is used to prevent it. The rotation mechanism makes it easy to exchange pipettes. The manipulator angle can be changed between horizontal and perpendicular while the manipulator itself remains firmly fixed in position.
Manual operation minimizes jitter for simplicity and high performance. Drift and electromagnetic disturbance are critical problems in patch clamping work. This mechanical micromanipulator was developed specifically for patch clamping. Other models with the joystick manipulation are available.
Puller for producing long, thin, sharp microneedles.This puller uses a pulling method by which a glass capillary is fine-drawn using electromagnetic force. The long draw-out volume and employment of a strong electromagnetic solenoid enable the production of long, sharp microneedles. The pulling tension can be adjusted over a wide range, from weak tension for gradual pulling of the glass capillary at the beginning to strong tension for the single-stretch draw-out required to make a long, thin microneedle.