Syringes
 
Hamilton syringes are manufactured to be accurate within ±1% of nominal volume, and with
precision within 1%, measured at 80% of total scale volume. The design of thier barrel and plunger dimensions assures high levels of accuracy and precision. The Hamilton Company Quality System is ISO 9001 certified.

Syringes and needles manufactured by Hamilton Company are intended for scientific research and laboratory use only and are not intended for human in vivo use.
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Choosing the Right Hamilton Syringe for Your Application


1. Is your sample a gas or a liquid?
3. Which termination works best for your application?
4. Which needle point style works best?
5. Do you need a rugged syringe?

View Full Hamilton General Syringes Catalogue.
1. Is your sample a gas or a liquid?
 
For a gas sample, use a GASTIGHT® syringe.
 
1000/1700 Series • 1700 Series 10 µL to 500 µL
• 1000 Series 1 mL to 100 mL
• Also available: ground glass tip (luer tip, LT) or TEFLON® luer lock (TLL) terminations
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1800 Series • 10 µL to 250 µL
• Reinforced plunger prevents plunger blow−out and plunger bending
• Replaceable syringe barrels and plungers
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For a liquid sample, choose between a MICROLITER™, MODIFIED MICROLITER™, or a GASTIGHT syringe.
 
600 Series • 2.5 µL and 5 µL
• Reinforced plungers prevent plunger bending
• Rugged, durable and long lasting
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700 Series • 5 µL to 500 µL
• Economical; great for chromotography
• Also available: ground glass tip (luer tip, LT) termination
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800 Series • 5 µL to 250 µL
• Reinforced plungers
• Plunger stop prevents plunger blow−out
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900 Series • 5 µL and 10 µL
• Reinforced plungers
• Perfect for students: rugged and durable
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MODIFIED
MICROLITER
7000 Series
0.5 µL to 5 µL
• Positive displacement syringe has a tungsten plunger wire that travels inside the needle
• The needle essentially acts as the glass syringe barrel; no dead volume
• Replaceable plunger wire and needle
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2. What is your dispense or injection volume?
 
For a liquid sample:
 
Syringe size
600 Series
700 Series
800 Series
900 Series
7000 Series
1000 Series
1700 Series
1800 Series
0.5 µL − 5 µL
2.5 µL − 5 µL

5 µL − 10 µL
5 µL − 250 µL
10 µL − 250 µL
10 µL − 500 µL
1 mL − 100 mL
 
For a gas sample:
 
Syringe size 1000 Series 1000 Series 1000 Series
10 µL − 250 µL
10 µL − 500 µL
1 mL − 100 mL
 
 
3. Which termination works best for your application?
 
Cemented not recommended for use with halogenated solvents, such as MeCl2; not autoclavable
Removable advantageous for laboratories with multiple users; economical since you can replace the needle without having to purchase a new syringe
Luer Tip Cemented ground glass tip with a cemented needle; not recommended for use with halogenated solvents, such as MeCl2; not autoclavable
Luer Tip ground glass tip can be used with most hypodermic needles; Kel−F® hub needles, TEFLON® tubing assemblies and connectors can also be used; offers flexibility
TEFLON® Luer Lock can be used with luer (Metal or Kel−F) hub needles, TEFLON® tubing assemblies and connectors can be used; offers flexibility
Knurled Hub replaceable needles; used only with the 7000 Series syringes
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4. Which needle point style works best?
 
Point Style AS special conical style needle point designed to withstand the demands of multiple injections; exclusively used on autosampler syringes
Point Style 2 beveled non−coring needle point recommended for septum penetration; only needle gauges 26s − 22 are recommended for optimum septum penetration
Point Style 3 blunt needle point for use with HPLC injection valves and for sample pipetting
Point Style 4 10 − 12° beveled needle point recommended for life science applications; special point styles such as 12°, 30°, and 45° are available on request
Point Style 5 conical needle with side port for penetration of septa, thin−gauged vinyls and plastics without coring; minimizes septum damage
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5. Do you need a rugged syringe?
 
Syringe Guide easily installed on a syringe to prevent the plunger from bending
or from being pulled out
Reproducibility (Chaney) Adapter easily installed on a syringe for consistent, reproducible injections; also prevents plunger damage
Reinforced Plungers Series 600, 800, 900 and 1800 syringes offer an extended barrel which prevents bent plungers
 
 
 

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