Hamilton™ 700 7000/1700 1000 Series Microliter™/Gastight™: RN Termination
Syringes have built-in Chaney Adapters
Supplier: Hamilton™ 80334
Built to adjust reproducible injections and to prevent the plunger from bending. Syringes in this category are either Microliter (700/7000 series) or Gastight (1700/1000 series) syringes. Microliter syringes have a stainless steel plunger that is hand-fitted to the glass barrel and are designed for liquid sampling. Gastight syringes have a PTFE plunger tip that creates tight connection between the syringe barrel and plunger allowing for liquid or gas sampling. These syringes have removable needle (RN) termination. Available in 0.5μL to 10mL in volume.
Removable Needle (RN)- The needles are removable and are a Hamilton-specific design. The design allows the needles to seat precisely at the zero graduation mark of the syringe. Users can select the needle gauge, length and point style to optimize the syringe for custom applications. Additionally, this termination allows for a removable needle without increasing the dead volume of the syringe and is ideal when there is a risk of the needle clogging. Autoclavable when disassembled. Repeated autoclaving will shorten syringe life.
Needle Point Styles
- Point Style 2 - Sharp, beveled, curved, non-coring needle point recommended for septum penetration. Available gauges: 26s, 25, 24, 23, 22, 22s
- Point Style 3 - Blunt needle point for use with HPLC injection valves and for sample pipetting. Available gauges: 26s, 25, 24, 23, 22, 22s
|Built-in chaney adapter, small plunger wires|
|Sharp, Bevel, Curved, Non-coring|
|Borosilicate Glass (Barrel), Stainless Steel (Plunger)|
|Designed for liquid sampling to achieve the highest level of accuracy and precision possible, recommended for septum penetration|
|701 RNCH SYR|
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