Tally Counters

Hand Held Clicker Counters

Our hand-held tally counters are ideal for use in: counting blood cells, drops of liquid, bacterial colonies, worm egg counting or any other repetitive laboratory applications. These quality tally counters have an instant reset knob along with a comfortable finger grip. This mechanical clicker tallies up to 9999 and is available in either Red or Blue.

• Available In Red or Blue
• Tallies Up To 9999
• Instant Reset Knob
• Comfortable Finger Grip
• Manufactured In ABS Plastic Casing Material



Improved Neubauer Counting Chamber

Haemocytometer Counting Chamber

Essentially used for counting blood cells, the Haemocytometer counting chamber is required for the microscopic manual cell counting of, erythrocytes (RBC, red blood cells), leukocytes (WBC, white blood cells), thrombocytes (PLT, platelets) and also sperm counts. Our Improved Neubauer counting chambers are manufactured to the highest standard in a piece of thermal and shock-resistant glass.

Haemocytometer Description

An H-shaped moat forms either one or two counting areas, or plateaus. Each plateau features an etched grid or ruling. The ruled surface is either 0.1mm or 0.2mm below the cover glass, limiting the Volume of 1 Square mm of blood or fluid over a square mm at 0.1cu.mm or 0.2cu.mm respectively.

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Vetlab Refractometer

Vetlab Refractometer

Veterinary Refractometer

The Vetlab veterinary refractometer is a lightweight, hand-held diagnostic instrument designed for fast, simple and inexpensive measurement of Serum/Plasma Protein and Urine Specific Gravity on samples from animals. This refractometer has a good quality, robust build and comfortable design, which ensures that it will give you many years of valuable, low-cost diagnostic testing.

Special Features

Importantly, this veterinary refractometer features temperature compensation calibration using a special adjustment screw to zero on distilled water at ambient temperature.

In addition, the Vetlab Refractometer has a large rubber eyepiece for comfort and focusing, a rubber hand grip end with three scales: covering the whole barrel for easy handling. It also features a high quality blue coloured prism engraved with three scales: For Serum Protein / Specific Gravity / Refractive Index and an integral sample cover lid.

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McMaster Counting Slides

McMaster Counting Slides

McMaster Worm Egg Counting Slides

Faecal Worm Egg Counts – Large Animals

McMaster counting slides are widely used for performing faecal worm egg counts (F.E.C’s). Faecal worm egg counts are performed on faeces samples mainly from large animals such as horses, sheep and cattle which normally harbour low levels of worms in their guts.

Vetlab McMaster Counting Slides (2-Cell Acrylic)

Vetlab McMaster counting slides are made entirely of tough acrylic. The counting slide consists of a base slide upon which a smaller slide is fixed on top of three supports thereby forming two chambers.

On the underneath of the top slide over each chamber, a grid is printed in blue ink measuring exactly 10mm x 10mm divided by 5 vertical lines (forming 6 columns). The top slide is positioned exactly 1.5mm above the base slide so the counting area of each chamber holds 0.15 ml in volume.

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Fridge Freezer Thermometer

Fridge Freezer Thermometer

Brannan Thermometer

All veterinary products from reagents, diagnostic test kits and other refrigerated products should be kept at controlled temperatures.

This is essential to ensure that the products are kept at the manufacturer’s recommended temperature.

Fridges and Freezers should be checked daily by using a thermometer.

Digital Countdown Timer

Digital Countdown Timer

Electronic Countdown Timer-Clock

Our digital clock-timer is ideal for laboratory use. The clock also has a timer, which has a count-up and count-down function. This is ideal for timing diagnostic tests. It has a magnetic back as well as a stand and is very simple to set-up and operate.

We have included a FREE AAA battery and the simple instructions for set-up are on the back of the packaging.

Hints and Tips

To clean the timer, use a soft, dry cloth or a cloth moistened in a solution of water and mild neutral detergent. Never use a thinner, benzene, alcohol, or similar agents to clean the timer.
Because the timer has a magnet on the back, it must be kept away from other items also containing a magnetic strip such as credit cards, audio, videotape, floppy disks and other items, which could be damaged by the magnetism of the timer.

Changing The Battery

When the display becomes dim or the alarm is not clear enough, please change the battery. The clock requires AAA batteries (x 1).