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Applied Scientific Instrumentation Inc.

Applied Scientific Instrumentation Inc.

Map29391 W Enid Rd.
Eugene, OR 97402
United States
Phone: +1 541-461-8181
Fax: +1 541-461-4018
Toll-free: +1 800-706-2284
Applied Scientific Instrumentation, Inc. (ASI) is a company committed to the advancement of science. Our engineers and technicians have years of experience in aiding researchers with their technical needs. Our product line of devices for microscope automation and imaging represents the best technology available.

Established in 1992, our product line has evolved out of an interactive process between our engineers and the dedicated research that we work with throughout the world. Our products have been thoroughly tested and evaluated in numerous labs worldwide to ensure the integrity of your research.

Applied Scientific Instrumentation RAMM and MIM configurations We are constantly trying to improve our products as well as identify and develop new designs to meet the current and future demands of scientific research. We value your input to this process and would like to hear about any special requirements, feedback, or technical problems that we could help solve.

Whether it is a complete system for a complex biological experiment, automation devices for increasing throughput, or inspection systems to catch defects and increase production, Applied Scientific Instrumentation has the products, people, and partners to provide well-engineered solutions for you.
Established: 1992
Employees: 30
Facility area (sq ft): 18,000
Ownership type: Privately Owned
John Zemek, Executive Director
Jon Daniels, Technical Director

Applied Scientific Instrumentation
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