Scissors

Scissors

In general, scissors are cutting instruments that have two blades joined together in the middle so that the sharp edges slide against each other. We offer a large variety of scissors, from standard ring scissors to the spring scissors. Here are some options to consider when you are selecting a fine pair of surgical scissors.

  1. German Scissors
    German surgical instruments are known for their quality. These are constructed of the finest German steel by master craftsmen. NOTE: WPI surgical instruments are for laboratory research applications. They are not certified for use on humans.
  2. Micro Intraocular Scissors
    For delicate surgeries or dissections, micro scissors are extremely practical. The scissor tips of our intraocular scissors are the smallest tips available, and they have super fine blades.
  3. Ring Scissors
    Our standard scissors all have ring handles. They come in a variety of sizes and shapes for any research application. Tips may be straight, curved, angled or bent. You can typically recognize the construction style of scissors based on the following color code: Black handled rings indicate SuperCut scissors. Gold handles indicate that the scissors have Tungsten Carbide inserts. One gold handle and one black handle indicates that the scissors are SuperCut and have Tungsten Carbide inserts. Blue instruments are typically titanium.
  4. Spring Scissors
    Here are some tips to keep in mind when selecting spring scissors: May be used with either left or right hand Designed for neurosurgical, vascular and microsurgical uses Cuts by shearing, reduces crushing of tissue Fine tips are ideal for use in very restricted spaces Curved tips are useful to avoid cutting of underlying tissue Heavier blades are helpful when a thick tissue or vessel is to be cut Length of the scissor tips can help with the depth of the incision: Shorter tips for near-to-surface incision Longer tips for deep incision
  5. Titanium Scissors
    100% anti-magnetic, corrosion-resistant, lightweight and strong, titanium alloy is ideal for biological and medical applications. Titanium has the tensile strength of carbon steel and is completely resistant to corrosion from nitric acid, chloride, salt water, and industrial and organic chemicals. Titanium surgical instruments are more flexible and 40% lighter than Inox. This reduces hand fatigue during long procedures. When heated or cooled, the dimensions of titanium alloy change less than half of what stainless steel alloys will, making titanium surgical instruments much more durable. Titanium is stain-free and temperature resistant up to 430°C. Titanium instruments are the premium choice for corrosive environments or MRI applications. 100% non-corrosive (great for seawater procedures) 40% lighter than stainless steel (reduces hand fatigue) 100% non-magnetic (MRI compatible) Anodized, non-glare blue finish Titanium surgical instruments are 40% lighter than stainless steel.  They also last longer than stainless steel instruments. NOTE: WPI surgical instruments are for laboratory research applications. They are not certified for use on humans.

German Scissors

German surgical instruments are known for their quality. These are constructed of the finest German steel by master craftsmen.

Micro Intraocular Scissors

For delicate surgeries or dissections, micro scissors are extremely practical. The scissor tips of our intraocular scissors are the smallest tips available, and they have super fine blades.

Ring Scissors

SuperCut Scissors

Our standard scissors all have ring handles. They come in a variety of sizes and shapes for any research application. Tips may be straight, curved, angled or bent.

Spring Scissors

We offer a wide selection of spring scissors including micro scissors, round handle scissors and student scissors. 

Titanium Scissors

100% anti-magnetic, corrosion-resistant, lightweight and strong, titanium alloy is ideal for biological and medical applications

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