neoLab 2-1047 Dumont Tweezers No. 7

neoLab 2-1047 Dumont Tweezers No. 7

neoLab 2-1047 Dumont Tweezers No. 7


The neoLab 2-1047 Dumont Tweezers No. 7 are original Swiss precision tweezers made from Dumoxel stainless steel. With a curved tip and a thickness of 0.03 mm, these tweezers offer the highest level of precision for delicate tasks, especially under the microscope.


1. High Precision

The tip profile of these tweezers, known as “Biology,” allows for the highest precision possible when working under the microscope. Whether you’re handling small biological samples or intricate components, these tweezers will ensure accurate and delicate manipulation.

2. Durability

Forged from Dumoxel stainless steel, these tweezers are extremely robust and long-lasting. They are designed to withstand autoclaving, making them suitable for sterile environments. Additionally, the material’s higher corrosion resistance and softness make the tweezers easier to repair.

3. Easy Maintenance

The matte design of the tweezers reduces reflections when working under the microscope, providing a clearer view of the task at hand. Cleaning and maintaining these tweezers is a breeze, ensuring they remain in optimal condition for extended use.

Technical Specifications

  • Material: Dumoxel stainless steel
  • Length: 115 mm
  • Surface/Structure: Matte
  • Tip Type: Very pointed
  • Tweezer Type: Flat tweezers standard (open)
  • Tip Width: 0.07 mm
  • Anti-magnetic: Yes
  • Tip Thickness: 0.03 mm
  • Model (Dumont): 7 curved thin
  • Bending Tweezers/Scissors: Strong horizontal curved
  • Shape: Straight flat tweezers

Frequently Asked Questions

1. Are these tweezers suitable for use in a laboratory?

Yes, these tweezers are specifically designed for laboratory use. They are made from high-quality Dumoxel stainless steel, which offers excellent corrosion resistance and durability. Additionally, their precision tip profile makes them ideal for delicate tasks performed under a microscope.

2. Can these tweezers be autoclaved?

Yes, these tweezers are autoclavable, allowing for sterilization in laboratory settings. This ensures a clean and hygienic environment for your experiments or procedures.

3. How do I maintain these tweezers?

Maintaining these tweezers is simple. After each use, clean them with a mild detergent and warm water. Dry them thoroughly before storing them in the provided case with a hinged lid. Avoid using harsh chemicals or abrasive materials that could damage the tweezers.

Experience the precision and durability of the neoLab 2-1047 Dumont Tweezers No. 7. These Swiss-made tweezers are perfect for delicate tasks under the microscope. Order yours today and elevate your laboratory work to new heights.