Cargille immersion oil, type NVH (EMS)

Cargille was first to introduce PCB-Free immersion oils in 1972. Though all immersion oils are now PCB free, no other immersion oil meets FDA criteria; and Cargille's exceeds ISO, DIN and all instrument manufacturer's standards.Minimum shelf life of these immersion oils is 5 years and can be twice that.Inverted, Inclined, Projection, and Long Focus Instruments: Use type NVH or OVH. The greater the gap between the cover glass and objective, or between the slide and condenser, the more desirable high viscosity becomes. Type NVH with high viscosity of 21,000 cST or Type OVH with a very high viscosity of 46,000 cST, (about 3 times that of honey) should be used. These types combine high or very high viscosity with "normal" refractive index properties. The greater the gap between the cover glass and objective, or between the slide and condenser, the more desirable high viscosity becomes. The very high viscosities give excellent re...

Cargille was first to introduce PCB-Free immersion oils in 1972. Though all immersion oils are now PCB free, no other immersion oil meets FDA criteria; and Cargille's exceeds ISO, DIN and all instrument manufacturer's standards.

Minimum shelf life of these immersion oils is 5 years and can be twice that.

Inverted, Inclined, Projection, and Long Focus Instruments: Use type NVH or OVH. The greater the gap between the cover glass and objective, or between the slide and condenser, the more desirable high viscosity becomes. 

Type NVH with high viscosity of 21,000 cST or Type OVH with a very high viscosity of 46,000 cST, (about 3 times that of honey) should be used. These types combine high or very high viscosity with "normal" refractive index properties. The greater the gap between the cover glass and objective, or between the slide and condenser, the more desirable high viscosity becomes. The very high viscosities give excellent results for these applications.

Technical Data - Type NVH

Safety Data Sheets - Type NVH

Blending Oils from the Miscible Group: The Miscible Group of immersion oils is A, B, NVH and OVH. Users can easily blend any two immersion oils from the Miscible Group to obtain an immersion oil with an intermediate viscosity while maintaining the optical properties common to both. Type 37 can be blended with type B.

All Cargille immersion oils are classed as low fluorescence, however, for work with weak fluorescence, types FF and LDF.

50ml is supplied in a high density polyethylene bottle with a pointed, twist closure suited to place single drops onto slides. For refills and large users these oils are available in larger glass bottles and in the original 3.785L steel cans with resealable pouring spout.

AVAILABILITY NOTE:  We will no longer be dispensing Cargille Immersion oil. Once our stock of dispensed oils are gone, these will be sold in the 29ml/1oz, 120ml/4oz and 473ml/8oz sizes only. 

Code Title Pack Size Availability Price Updated: 20-06-2024
IC115-DWS Cargille immersion oil, type NVH (EMS) 50ml 2 in stock $31.00 AUD $35.00 AUD
IC1151-DWS Cargille immersion oil, type NVH (EMS) 450ml Enquire $164.00 AUD $167.00 AUD