ACCU-SCOPE Inc. is a leading manufacturer of microscopes and related accessories for education, life science, clinical, research and industrial applications.
From our U.S. owned and operated facilities we provide the management, quality control, design, marketing and customer service that make ACCU-SCOPE® microscopes a market leader. Through our worldwide network of manufacturing facilities we are able to manufacture superior instruments and optical components to our specifications at reasonable prices. To ensure the best in quality and performance we visit, inspect and audit each of our manufacturing partners on a regular basis.
Upon receipt in our New York warehouse each of our microscopes is unpacked, assembled and individually tested and inspected by our team of technicians to ensure compliance with the strict quality standards we have set over the past 60 years.
Our products are available exclusively through a nationwide network of authorized distributors and are backed by our industry leading five-year limited warranty for parts, labor and electronic components.
Originally established as an offshore medical importing company in the 1920s ACCU-SCOPE is one of the oldest microscope companies in the United States. In 1947 the company was re-established in New York City. Fourteen years later the Berliner family purchased the company and adopted the Bristoline® name. In 1988 Bristoline® was sold to a major nationwide medical and surgical supply company that was listed on the NYSE. Two years later, Jay Berliner left the employ of this medical and surgical supply company and purchased back the microscope division. The Berliner family re-incorporated the microscope division as ACCU-SCOPE INC in 1990, and set out to continue the tradition of quality, value and excellence established by Bristoline®.
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