Scintica Instrumentation Inc., a medical device distributor, was created as a joint venture between two companies, Indus Instruments and ONS Projects Inc., both with long standing experience in the medical device instrumentation field. Indus Instruments is an engineering and manufacturing company which has reached high standards of excellence in designing and producing sophisticated products for both medical and other high tech clients in aerospace, chemical and oil and gas industries. ONS Projects Inc. is an investment and marketing company built on the foundation of two other successful manufacturing companies in the laboratory instrumentation field, and has been responsible for managing the global sales and marketing efforts of Indus Instruments. The principals of the two companies each have more than 25 years of experience of manufacturing, selling and supporting scientists in their research around the world.
At Scintica Instrumentation, we distribute for manufacturers in multiple countries and sell to scientists around the world through our network of local offices in the United States, Canada, and Europe, and additional authorized distributors. Our team consists of scientists, applications experts, engineers and sales professionals from a cross section of backgrounds, who excel at simplifying transactions and ensuring that scientists have the best equipment for achieving research excellence.
Optiscan manufactures ViewnVivo – a real-time in vivo fluorescence microscopic imaging system with stunning picture quality and automated 3D Z-Stack image capture capabilities. Based on technological advances beyond the realm of fibre optics, the ViewnVivo system allows you to bring your imaging to the animal using innovative miniature, hand held probes.
Indus Instruments manufactures tools for studying vascular and cardiac function, as well as a uniquely comprehensive surgical monitoring system for rodents. Their Doppler Flow Velocity System, able to measure blood flow up to a 1cm depth, is a well published, noninvasive technology for assessing cardiovascular function in small animals.
Oxford Optronix is a global pioneer in the design, development and manufacture of sophisticated instrumentation for the life sciences. Since 1991, they have provided innovative products such as oxygen monitors, hypoxia chambers, colony and spheroid counters, as well single and multi-channel tissue blood flow monitors using advanced laser technology.
Kaha Sciences provides wireless telemetry solutions enabling researchers to obtain physiological data in conscious, freely moving animals over long periods of time. Capabilities include ventricular and arterial pressures, sympathetic nerve activity, biopotentials (ECG, EMG and EEG) and tissue oxygen.
UNO BV offers innovative anesthesia and surgical solutions for small animal research. Products include microventilators, vaporizers, gas exhaust units and absorbers, intubation aids, induction boxes, controlled heating & warming systems, surgical retraction devices, cold light sources, euthanasia kits and more.
Instruments designed and manufactured by MDE GmbH provide the highest level of precision and accuracy required for physiological and pharmacological research. They offer sensors, amplifiers and software, including fully configured systems and accessories for Cardiac, Vascular and Gastroenterological research.
S-Sharp has been providing cutting edge ultrasound technology for many years, with a strong R&D team of engineers. The Prospect T1 is the first tablet based ultrasound system on the market, drastically reducing its footprint within the laboratory environment.
Baker Ruskinn, a global leader in the design and development of anaerobic and precision low-oxygen cell culture solutions for research labs involved in cancer, stem cell and microbiology studies introduces VelO2x, a Rapid Oxygen Control Chamber.
Aspect Imaging, global leaders in MRI technology, has designed the M-Series to allow all researchers the ability to harness the power and insights of MRI as quickly and easily as 3D echo and other mobile imaging modalities that are used today.