A polarizing microscope is a type of optical microscope designed for observation of the structure of polymers, minerals, ores, crystals and a number of other anisotropic substances. A modern polarizing microscope is used as a geological microscope, a microscope for viewing minerals, and a petrographic microscope..
The total magnification range depends on the microscope version and varies between 12.5 and 1500 times.
Polarizing microscopes are represented by the Olympus BX53P and Olympus BX43P models.
The BX53P microscope allows observation both in transmitted and reflected light according to the orthoscopic and conoscopic methods, using all the features of the BX3M series and a wide range of compensators.
The BX43P microscope is a low-cost solution and it provides only transmitted light observation.
The Melytec catalog will help you to get information about the microscopes and choose one that is most suitable for performing your tasks. Each catalog position is accompanied by a detailed description and a photograph of the polarization microscope. All equipment supplied by us is provided with technical documentation that makes it easier to start working with the devices and confirms their quality. If you need professional advice, please, contact our representatives.