Brass instrument with removable wooden handle. Holds two centrifuge tubes. Used for rapid settling of suspended solids from small quantities of liquid in analytical or clinical procedures. Manufactured by Charles Lentz & Sons and Bausch + Lomb.
Charles Lentz & Sons were manufacturers and distributors of surgical instruments, microscopes, and other medical products including non-corrosive steel instruments, laboratory apparatus and glassware, x-ray equipment and accessories, therapeutic lamps and electrical equipment, and other hospital supplies.
Bausch + Lomb is an eye health products company based in Laval, Quebec, Canada. It is currently one of the world's largest suppliers of contact lenses, lens care products, pharmaceuticals, intraocular lenses, and other eye surgery products. The company was founded in Rochester, New York, in 1853 by optician John Bausch and cabinet maker turned financial backer Henry Lomb. Until its sale in 2013, Bausch + Lomb was one of the oldest continually operating companies in the United States.
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