Hangzhou Sihan Medical Equipment Co.,Ltd.
Hangzhou Sihan Medical Equipment Co.,Ltd.

Rigid endoscopes stand as sophisticated and pivotal instruments in medical and surgical practices. The pivotal role these instruments play is intricately linked to the quality and performance of their accessories. Our commitment to excellence is reflected in the crafting of rigid endoscope parts using high-quality materials and meticulous workmanship. Should you have any specific requirements or needs of rigid scope parts, please do not hesitate to reach out to us with your list. We are dedicated to providing top-notch rigid scope parts that align with the precision and performance demanded in the field of medical exploration and intervention.

Types of Rigid Endoscope Parts

Tips of Rigid Endoscope Parts Usage

Colour Coding for Indication of Viewing Direction

  • green = 0

  • blue = 12°- 15°

  • red = 30°

  • orange = 45°

  • yellow = 70°

  • black =90°         

Divide Rigid Scope Parts by Material

Rigid endoscope parts can be divided into the following categories according to the material:

Metal Materials

  • Stainless Steel: Used for outer shells, conduits, and key parts. Known for high corrosion resistance and mechanical strength.

  • Titanium Alloy: Utilized in surgical instruments and connectors. Lightweight, high strength, and good biocompatibility.

Plastics and Polymers

  • Polyethylene (PE): Common in disposable conduits and protective sleeves. Offers good flexibility and strong chemical resistance.

  • Polyurethane (PU): Used for outer layers and tubing. Provides good elasticity and wear resistance.

  • Polycarbonate (PC): Employed in lens covers. High transparency and strong impact resistance.

Glass and Ceramic Materials

  • Optical Glass: Used in lenses and optical fibers. High light transmittance and excellent optical performance.

  • Ceramic Materials: Found in insulators and conductive parts. High temperature resistance and excellent corrosion resistance.

Composite Materials

  • Carbon Fiber Composites: Used in handles and supports. High strength, lightweight, and good fatigue resistance.

  • Glass Fiber Composites: Utilized in high-strength and corrosion-resistant parts. Good mechanical properties and strong chemical resistance.