Syringe and Needle Catalog

Syringe and Needle Catalog
Hamilton Reference Guide
Syringes & Needles
Syringes
SYRINGES | TABLE OF CONTENTS
Introduction
Syringes
Introduction................................................... 4
I have a syringe, what’s the part number? .................................6
General
Syringes
Chromatography
and Analysis
Syringes
I know my dispense volume, which syringe is right?�����������������8
I have a syringe, which needle do I need?..................................9
Syringe
Technical
Reference
CTC PAL Syringes........................................................... 34
Dionex Gina Syringes....................................................... 35
Hitachi LaChrom Syringes............................................... 35
Kontron HPLC Syringes................................................... 36
Perkin Elmer Syringes...................................................... 36
General Syringes........................................ 14
Spark Holland Syringes....................................................37
Microliter Syringes....................................................................16
Thermo Finnigan Syringes.................................................. 37
600 Series Syringes..........................................................17
Shimadzu Syringes.......................................................... 36
Varian Syringes................................................................ 38
Waters Syringes............................................................... 38
800 Series Syringes..........................................................18
Manual GC Syringes............................................................... 39
7000 Series Syringes........................................................19
Standard Injection ........................................................... 40
Gastight Syringes.....................................................................20
Purge and Trap Syringes...................................................42
1700 Series Syringes........................................................21
1800 Series Syringes........................................................23
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CTC LEAP Syringes......................................................... 34
Syringe 101: Definitions and Terminology.................................10
700 Series Syringes..........................................................17
Life Science
Syringes
HPLC Autosampler Syringes................................................... 33
SampleLock Syringes ......................................................42
On-Column Injection Syringes ........................................ 43
1000 Series Syringes........................................................24
GC Autosampler Syringes....................................................... 44
Super Syringes.................................................................25
Agilent Syringes .............................................................. 45
Calibrated Syringes..................................................................26
Bruker Varian Syringes......................................................49
Digital Syringes........................................................................27
CTC / LEAP CombiPAL (Headspace) Syringes ................51
Chromatography and
Analysis Syringes....................................... 28
Perkin Elmer AutoSystem and Clarus Syringes....................52
Manual HPLC Syringes........................................................... 30
Rheodyne, Valco, Beckman, and SSI Valves.....................31
Constant Rate Syringes....................................................31
CTC / LEAP PAL GC Syringes ........................................ 50
Shimadzu Syringes...........................................................52
Thermo Finnigan Syringes............................................... 53
Thin-Layer Chromatography (TLC) Syringes............................ 54
Carbon Analyzer Syringes....................................................... 55
Valco VISF-1 Injection Valves.............................................32
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Waters Manual Syringes...................................................32
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Introduction
Life Science Syringes.............................. 56
Syringe Technical Reference.............. 76
Neuros Syringes...................................................................... 58
Syringe Care and Use..............................................................77
Syringes Connected to:........................................................... 60
Daily Use Protocol.............................................................77
Small Gauge Needles.......................................................62
Glass Micro Pipettes ........................................................62
Plunger Care.....................................................................79
Needle Care......................................................................79
PE Tubing ........................................................................62
Syringe Specifications............................................................. 80
PEEK Tubing ................................................................... 63
Operating Parameters...................................................... 80
Priming Kit....................................................................... 63
Syringe Dimensions......................................................... 80
Specialty Syringes................................................................... 64
Graduations......................................................................81
Threaded Plunger Syringes.............................................. 64
Syringe Replacement Parts......................................................82
Gel-Loading Syringes ..................................................... 64
800 Series Syringe Replacement Parts.............................82
Adjustable Gel-Loading Syringes..................................... 65
1000 Series Syringe Replacement Parts.......................... 83
Micro Syringe Pipette....................................................... 65
1700 Series Syringe Replacement Parts.......................... 83
Syringe and
Cleaning Accessories.............................. 66
Plunger Support Accessories................................................. 68
Reproducibility (Chaney) Adapters................................... 69
Syringe Guides.................................................................70
Syringe Storage and Cleaning..................................................71
Syringe Rack....................................................................71
Needle Cleaning...............................................................72
Syringe Termination Adapters..................................................73
Removable Needle to Luer Adapters................................73
Inert Sampling Valve.........................................................74
Septum Adapter................................................................74
1800 Series Syringe Replacement Parts.......................... 83
7000 Series Syringe Replacement Parts.......................... 84
General
Syringes
Chromatography
and Analysis
Syringes
Life Science
Syringes
Super Syringe Replacement Parts................................... 84
Sterilization and Disinfection.................................................... 85
Frequently Asked Questions................................................... 86
Syringe Calibration.................................................................. 89
Equipment and Materials................................................. 89
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Calibration Procedure...................................................... 90
Calculating Accuracy and Precision..................................91
Needles............................................................ 94
Syringe
Technical
Reference
Index.................................................................. 120
PB-600 Repeating Dispenser..................................................75
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SYRINGES | INTRODUCTION
Introduction
Syringes
General
Syringes
Hamilton syringes are the finest precision fluid
measuring devices available. Top quality materials
and skilled workmanship ensure Hamilton
syringes consistently deliver the highest possible
performance for reliable analyses. With proper
care and handling, Hamilton syringes provide
unsurpassed performance for many years.
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Syringes
For manual dispenses, our syringes are accurate
to within ±1% of nominal volume with a precision
of 1% at 80% of the total volume. The fluid path
of a Hamilton syringe is chemically inert with
stainless steel, borosilicate glass, and PTFE used
for most syringes. N.I.S.T. traceable certification is
available as an additional service for the majority
of the syringes in our product line.
Hamilton continuously researches new materials
and methods to improve the form, fit, and function
of our syringes. You can be confident that when
you buy from Hamilton you are receiving a topquality instrument. For the latest information on new
products please visit www.hamiltoncompany.com.
Hamilton’s broad product offering includes more
than 2000 syringe and accessory part numbers.
This reference guide organizes these parts
into logical groupings and provides supporting
technical information for the most commonly
asked questions.
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SYRINGES | INTRODUCTION
Introduction
General Syringes
Product finder tutorials
simplify the process
of finding the right
syringe Not familiar
with the terminology?
Visit the Syringe 101
section for definitions
and terminology.
Syringes for general use
that are grouped based on
their syringe type, series,
termination, and needle,
if applicable.
Introduction
P. 6
Chromatography
and Analysis
Syringes
P. 14
This section contains
syringes designed for
animal injections and
accessories that adapt
standard syringes for use
with tubing, infusion pumps,
stereotaxic frames, and
other specialty applications.
These syringes are organized
by their intended application
and instrument compatibility.
Write down the make and
model of your equipment
and turn to this section to
find a compatible syringe.
P. 28
Life Science Syringes
Syringe and Cleaning Accessories
Syringe Technical Reference
These syringe accessories
are designed to increase
dispense reproducibility,
prevent syringe damage,
and increase syringe
longevity through
proper maintenance.
This section contains
the most frequently
requested syringe reference
information including:
care and use, calibration,
operating parameters,
and more.
Syringe and Cleaning Accessories
General
Syringes
Life Science Syringes
Chromatography and Analysis
Syringes
Chromatography and Analysis Syringes
General Syringes
Introduction
P. 66
Syringe Technical Reference
Life Science
Syringes
Syringe and
Cleaning
Accessories
P. 56
Syringe
Technical
Reference
Needles
Index
P. 76
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SYRINGES | INTRODUCTION
Introduction
Find Your Product
I have a syringe, what’s the part number?
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Syringes
If you need to reorder a syringe but cannot find the part number, this tutorial will help guide you to the most likely syringe part number.
Use the five steps below to fill in information about your syringe and then turn to the series page to see the possible part numbers.
Use the steps below to fill in these syringe details:
2
4
3
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Type / Series
Step 1
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1
5
Step 1
Volume
Step 2
Termination
Step 3
Type / Series
Step 2
The silk screen tells you the Syringe Type and Syringe Model
number. Record the Type in the space provided above and
then use the chart below to determine the Syringe Series.
Using the Syringe Series, find the page in this guide where the
part numbers for that series are displayed.
Microliter
Syringe
Technical
Reference
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Gastight
Needle Style
Step 4
600 Series
Model Numbers 62 – 65
P. 17
700 Series
Model Numbers 75 – 750
P. 17
800 Series
Model Numbers 85 – 825
P. 18
7000 Series
Model Numbers 7000.5 – 7105
P. 19
1000 Series
Model Numbers 1001 – 1100
P. 24
1700 Series
Model Numbers 1701 – 1750
P. 21
1800 Series
Model Numbers 1801 – 1825
P. 23
Super Syringe
Model Numbers S0500 – S2000
P. 25
Needle Length
Step 5
Volume
The Syringe Model gives an indication of the syringe volume
but it is easiest to read and record the volume by looking at
the maximum volume silk screened onto the barrel.
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SYRINGES | INTRODUCTION
Step 3
The syringe termination is the connection between the syringe
and needle. The illustrations below are the most common
terminations. Pick the termination that matches your syringe
and record the termination in the space provided. To see a
complete list of terminations turn to page 12.
ID
N
and
SN
Termination Style
Termination
Cemented Needle
LTN
and
LTSN
Luer Tip
Cemented Needle
LT
Luer Tip
TLL
PTFE Luer Lock
RN
KH
Needle Style
Step 4
Termination
Removable Needle
Knurled Hub
SL
SampleLock™
C
ChemSeal
Introduction
Determine and record the needle point style by comparing
the illustrations below to the needle on your syringe.
For more information on point styles turn to page 13.
ID
Point Style
Description
2
10-12° sharp, beveled,
curved non-coring
3
Blunt, electro-polished
4
Sharp 10-12° beveled needle
5
Conical with side port for
penetration without coring
AS
Conical, non-coring designed to
withstand multiple injections
Step 5
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Needle Length
The standard needle length for a Hamilton syringe is 51 mm.
If the length of your needle is not 51 mm it is likely that the
needle was a custom order using either a special cemented
needle termination or a removable needle termination with
the needle sold separately.
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The needle gauge dictates the inner and outer diameter of
the needle. The optimal needle gauge has been preselected
for most syringes based on the syringe volume. For special
applications, larger or smaller needle gauges may be
ordered via the SN or LTSN terminations or separately as
a custom needle. A complete needle gauge index can be
found on page 119.
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Introduction
SYRINGES | INTRODUCTION
I know my dispense volume, which syringe is right?
Use the table below to find which Syringe Series are available for the
desired dispense volume, then turn to the appropriate Series page
to see which terminations and needles are available for that Series.
Visit the following pages for more information on Syringe
Type (page 11), Series (page 11), Termination (page 12),
and Needle Point (page 13).
The Hamilton Syringe Type to Series Chart
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Syringe Type
Microliter (Liquid Only)
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Gastight (Gas/Liquid)
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Delivery Volume
Syringe Series
Page
0.05 µL – 0.25 µL
7000 Series
P. 19
0.25 µL – 0.5 µL
600, 7000 Series
P. 17, P. 19
0.5 µL – 5 µL
600, 700, 800, 7000 Series
P. 17, P. 17,
P. 18, P. 19
5 µL – 250 µL
700, 800 Series
P. 17, P. 18
250 µL – 500 µL
700 Series
P. 17
1 µL – 100 µL
1700, 1800 Series
P. 21, P. 23
100 µL – 250 µL
1000, 1700, 1800 Series
P. 24, P. 21,
P. 23
250 µL – 500 µL
1000, 1700 Series
P. 24, P. 21
500 µL – 50 mL
1000 Series
P. 24
50 mL – 100 mL
1000 Series, Super Syringe
P. 24, P. 25
100 mL – 2 L
Super Syringe
P. 25
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Note: For the highest accuracy and precision, avoid
dispensing less than 10% of the total syringe volume.
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SYRINGES | INTRODUCTION
I have a syringe, which needle do I need?
Introduction
If you already have a syringe and need a Hamilton needle, review the three options below to determine
which needle hub is compatible with your syringe. Once the needle hub is identified turn to the
corresponding page to browse the available needle gauges, lengths, and point styles.
Option 1
I already know my syringe termination
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Below are the syringe terminations that accept replacement needles. Identify your termination below
and proceed to the corresponding needle hub page to see the compatible needle part numbers.
Terminations
Needle Hubs
Page
TLL - PTFE / Luer Lock
Metal Hub
Kel-F Hub
P. 106
P. 105
LT - Luer Tip
Kel-F Hub
P. 105
RN - Removable Needle
100 µL or Smaller
Small Hub RN
P. 109
RN - Removable Needle
250 µL or Larger
Large Hub RN
P. 108
SL - Sample Lock
Large Hub RN
P. 108
Option 2
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I know my syringe part number, but not the termination
If you know the syringe part number but do not know what termination it has, you can look up the part number in
the index at the back of this guide. You will be directed to the page where the part number is displayed, indicating
the syringe termination. Alternatively, you can search for the part number at www.hamiltoncompany.com where
the product page will list the termination and the compatible needle hub. Once the termination is determined use
Option 1 to find the page where the appropriate needles are listed.
Option 3
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Technical
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I have a plastic syringe and need a compatible needle
Needles
Many plastic syringes use an industry standard Luer or Luer Lock
connector. For these syringes both the Hamilton Metal Hub (page 106)
and the Kel-F Hub (page 105) needles are compatible.
Index
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SYRINGES | INTRODUCTION
Introduction
General
Syringes
Syringe 101:
Chromatography
and Analysis
Syringes
Definitions and Terminology
This section is designed to provide a quick
overview of the most popular Hamilton syringe
series, plungers, needle connections, and
needle point styles. It is also intended to give an
introduction to common terminology that will be
used throughout the syringe reference guide.
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Syringes
Microliter Syringes
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700 Series
Modified Microliter Syringes
7000 Series
Syringe
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Gastight Syringes
1700 Series and 1000 Series
Reinforced Plunger Syringe
P. 11
P. 11
P. 11
P. 12
Needles
800 and 1800 Series
Index
Syringe Terminations
P. 12
Needle Point Styles
P. 13
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SYRINGES | INTRODUCTION
Microliter Syringes (700 Series)
Introduction
Microliter syringes are used with liquid only. They feature a stainless steel
plunger which is individually fitted to the glass barrel. The result is a liquid tight
seal with nearly frictionless movement. These syringes are ideal for organic
samples that are not prone to precipitation, crystallization, or bonding with
glass. Plungers and barrels are not interchangeable or replaceable.
Point Style
Needle gauge
Termination
Barrel with graduations
General
Syringes
Flange
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Fitted
Plunger
Modified Microliter Syringes (7000 Series)
These syringes are designed to dispense volumes below 5 µL. This requires
an extremely small tungsten plunger wire that travels to the tip of the needle.
The resulting design has zero dead volume and is accurate below 50 nL.
Tightening the nut applies
force to the ferrule
Plunger travels inside the
needle through to the tip
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The black sleeve indicates volume
and protects the plunger wire
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The PTFE ferrule presses into the Knurled
Hub to create a seal around the plunger wire
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Gastight Syringes (1700 and 1000 Series)
Gastight syringes are ideal for dispensing both liquids and gases. They have a polymer
plunger tip which creates a leak-free seal. Traditionally the tip is made from PTFE but
other materials are used for selected applications. The polymer tip wipes the interior of
the syringe barrel free of sample; extending the syringe life for samples with dissolved
solids like salts, proteins, or DNA.
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Polymer tip creates a leak-free seal
for both liquids and gases
Standard Manual Plunger
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Introduction
General
Syringes
SYRINGES | INTRODUCTION
Gastight Syringes (1700 and 1000 Series) (Cont.)
Gastight syringes are used as the standard in syringe pumps. Syringes 1 mL and
smaller are available with a plunger stop. This ensures that when the syringe pump
bottoms out the stop hits on the glass before the fragile plunger tip is damaged. The
stop is also tapped with a #6-32 hole in the back to enable connection to the syringe
pump. Syringes larger than 1 mL also come standard with this threaded hole.
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#6-32
Plunger with Stop
Reinforced Plunger Syringe (800 and 1800 Series)
Life Science
Syringes
Small volume syringes require extremely small plunger wires. For uses that are prone
to bending and breaking these small plungers, it is recommended to use a reinforced
plunger syringe. These plungers are available in both Microliter and Gastight versions.
Reinforced Plunger Adapter
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Plunger Wire
Protective Sleeve
Friction nut applies pressure to the ferrule which
grips the plunger wire and creates resistance
Syringe Terminations
Terminations are located at the end of the syringe barrel and function as the interface between
the syringe and its mating connection such as the needle. Terminations are offered in a number
of different needle and connection configurations to accommodate a broad range of applications.
Termination
Abbreviation
Remark
Autoclavable
Cemented Needle
N
For low-volume syringes
No
Luer Tip
Cemented Needle
LTN
For mid-volume syringes
No
Removable Needle
RN
No dead volume connection
Use with Small Hub needles
(2.5 µL – 100 µL) or Large Hub
needles (250 µL – 10 mL)
Yes, if disassembled
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Syringe Terminations (Cont.)
Introduction
Termination
Abbreviation
Remark
Autoclavable
Knurled Hub
KH
For Modified Microliter
syringes only
Yes, if disassembled
Luer Tip
LT
Compatible with Kel-F
needles and fittings
Yes, if disassembled
PTFE Luer Lock
TLL
Compatible with Kel-F
or Metal Hub needles
and fittings
Yes, if disassembled
SampleLock™
SL
Integrated on/off valve
Use with Large Hub needles
No
Fixed Needle
FN
Found on CTC C-Line
and X-Type syringes
No
High Temp
HT
For headspace sampling up to
200 °C on a CTC autosampler
Yes, if disassembled
1/4”–28 UNF/threaded
connection
No
C
ChemSeal™
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Needle Point Styles
Hamilton offers several different needle point styles depending on the intended application.
For most syringes and needles, the standard length is set to 51 mm. Customization of the
length, gauge, and point style is possible to suit almost any application.
ID
Description
Application
Gauges
2
10 – 12° sharp, beveled,
curved non-coring
Gas chromatography,
septum piercing
33 – 10 ga
3
Blunt, electro-polished
High performance liquid chromatography (HPLC)
injection, thin-layer chromatography (TLC), general
liquid handling, controlled animal injections
34 – 10 ga
Blunt, electro-polished, coated with
PTFE 19 mm from the tip
Thin-Layer Chromatography (TLC) applications
26s, 26, 22s,
and 22 ga
4
Sharp 10 – 12° beveled needle;
other angles available upon request
Life science/animal injections
34 – 10 ga
5
Conical with side port for
penetration without coring
Headspace, applications prone to needle clogging,
causes minimal septum damage
26 – 10 ga
AS
Conical, non-coring designed
to withstand multiple injections
Autosampler injection, pre-pierced septa
26 – 10 ga
3T
Point Style
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Introduction
General
Syringes
GENERAL SYRINGES
General Syringes
This section contains our most popular syringes,
grouped by their physical characteristics and
construction. Syringes are first organized
by type; either Microliter or Gastight, then by
series, termination, volume, point style,
gauge, and finally, length.
The page numbers listed to the right mark
the beginning of the part numbers available
for each syringe series. For a detailed
explanation of each syringe series refer
to the Syringe 101 section on page 10.
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GENERAL SYRINGES
Microliter Syringe Series
Gastight Syringe Series
The result is a liquid
tight seal with nearly
frictionless movement.
These syringes are ideal
for organic samples
that are not prone to
precipitation, crystallization
or bonding with glass.
Gastight syringes are
ideal for dispensing both
liquids and gases. They
have a polymer plunger
tip effectively which
creates a leak-free seal.
The polymer tip wipes the
interior of the syringe barrel
free of sample.
Microliter Syringes
Introduction
®
™
P. 16
Gastight Syringes
Calibrated Syringes
Digital Syringes
Simplify compliance
by purchasing factory
calibrated and
serialized syringes.
Eliminate the need for
reading graduations and
improve accuracy and
precision with a factory
calibrated Digital Syringe.
General
Syringes
P. 20
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Calibrated Syringes
P. 26
Digital Syringes
P. 27
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GENERAL SYRINGES | MICROLITER SYRINGES
Introduction
General
Syringes
Microliter Syringes
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Microliter syringes are for use with liquids only.
They incorporate hand-fitted stainless steel
plungers with precision bored syringe barrels.
The hand fitting process enables the tightest
possible seal with a plunger movement that is
virtually frictionless. The result is a syringe with
minimal plunger wear and an almost unlimited
useful life when maintained properly.
These syringes are ideal for homogeneous
samples that are not prone to precipitation
or bonding with glass. However, when using
Point Style
Needle gauge
600 Series Syringes
2.5 µL to 5 µL
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700 Series Syringes
5 µL to 500 µL
800 Series Syringes
5 µL to 250 µL
7000 Series Syringes
0.5 µL to 5 µL
Termination
heterogeneous solutions, the user must be diligent
about cleaning the syringe after each use. Refer
to page 77 for care and use recommendations.
In some cases, even diligent cleaning is not
sufficient and the barrel will become soiled.
The deposits on the glass will compromise the
tight tolerance between the glass and the
plunger resulting in a frozen plunger. Plungers
for Microliter syringes cannot be interchanged
or replaced if damaged. For heterogeneous
solutions, a Gastight syringe is the best option.
Barrel with graduations
Flange Fitted Plunger
P. 17
P. 17
P. 18
P. 19
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GENERAL SYRINGES | MICROLITER SYRINGES
600 Series Syringes
The 600 series syringes are a rugged,
durable, and long lasting half stroke version
of Hamilton’s original 700 series syringes.
They have a reinforced plunger which
prevents plunger bending. Each plunger
is individually fitted to the glass barrel and
cannot be interchanged between syringes.
This series of syringes is ideal for dispensing
volumes from 0.25 µL up to 5 µL.
Because of the shorter stroke length,
the 600 series syringes can be used
for one-handed applications.
Volume
Gauge
Length
Point
87942
2.5 µL
22s ga
51 mm
3
7632-01
2.5 µL
NDL Sold Separately (Small RN)
87943
5 µL
22s ga
7633-01
5 µL
NDL Sold Separately (Small RN)
51 mm
General
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Cemented Needle Syringes
The 700 series syringe is the original hand-fitted
Hamilton syringe. The stainless steel plunger
is manufactured to fit the glass barrel with a
tolerance less than three thousandths of a
millimeter, resulting in unsurpassed syringe life.
This series of syringes is ideal for dispensing
volumes from 0.5 µL up to 500 µL. A variety of
different terminations and needle options are
available.
Point 2
P/N
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700 Series Syringes
Point Styles
Introduction
Removable Needle Syringes
Point 3
P/N
Volume
Gauge
Length
Point
Digital
87900
5 µL
26s ga
51 mm
2
Y
87919
5 µL
26s ga
51 mm
3
N
87908
5 µL
33 – 18 ga
10 – 304 mm 2, 3, 4, 5, AS
N
80300
10 µL
26s ga
51 mm
2
Y
80339
10 µL
26s ga
51 mm
5
N
80350
10 µL
26s ga
70 mm
2
N
80365
10 µL
22s ga
51 mm
3
Y
80366
10 µL – 6 pk
26s ga
51 mm
2
N
80383
10 µL
26s ga
51 mm
3
Y
80384
10 µL
26s ga
76 mm
2
N
80308
10 µL
33 – 18 ga
10 – 304 mm 2,3,4,5, AS
N
80400
25 µL
22s ga
51 mm
2
Y
80439
25 µL
22s ga
51 mm
5
N
80465
25 µL
22s ga
51 mm
3
Y
80408
25 µL
33 – 18 ga
10 – 304 mm 2,3,4,5, AS
N
80500
50 µL
22s ga
51 mm
2
Y
80521
50 µL
22 ga
51 mm
3
N
80539
50 µL
22s ga
51 mm
5
N
80565
50 µL
22s ga
51 mm
3
Y
80508
50 µL
33 – 18 ga
10 – 304 mm 2,3,4,5, AS
Point 4
Point 5
Point AS
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Syringes
Introduction
GENERAL SYRINGES | MICROLITER SYRINGES
700 Series Syringes (Cont.)
Cemented Needle Syringes (Cont.)
General
Syringes
Chromatography
and Analysis
Syringes
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Syringes
P/N
Volume
Gauge
Length
Point
Digital
80600
100 µL
22s ga
51 mm
2
Y
80621
100 µL
22 ga
51 mm
3
N
80639
100 µL
22s ga
51 mm
5
N
80665
100 µL
22s ga
51 mm
3
Y
P/N
Volume
Gauge
Length
Point
Digital
5 µL
26s ga
51 mm
2
Y
51 mm
3
N
80608
100 µL
33 – 18 ga
10 – 304 mm
2,3,4,5, AS
N
87930
80700
250 µL
22s ga
51 mm
2
Y
87931
5 µL
32 ga
80739
250 µL
22 ga
51 mm
5
N
7634-01
5 µL
NDL Sold Separately (Small RN)
80765
250 µL
22 ga
51 mm
3
Y
80330
10 µL
26s ga
51 mm
2
Y
80708
250 µL
33 – 18 ga
10 – 304 mm
2,3,4,5, AS
N
80336
10 µL – 6 pk
26s ga
51 mm
2
N
80800
500 µL
22 ga
51 mm
2
Y
80314
10 µL
32 ga
51 mm
3
80839
500 µL
22 ga
51 mm
5
N
7635-01
10 µL
NDL Sold Separately (Small RN)
80865
500 µL
22 ga
51 mm
3
Y
80430
25 µL
22s ga
80808
500 µL
33 – 18 ga
10 – 304 mm
2,3,4,5, AS
N
7636-01
25 µL
NDL Sold Separately (Small RN)
N
Y
Luer Tip Syringes
P/N
Syringe and
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Syringe
Technical
Reference
Needles
Index
Removable Needle Syringes
Volume
Needle Hub
51 mm
51 mm
2
N
N
Y
80530
50 µL
22s ga
7637-01
50 µL
NDL Sold Separately (Small RN)
80630
100 µL
22s ga
7638-01
100 µL
NDL Sold Separately (Small RN)
N
Y
51 mm
51 mm
2
N
2
Y
80730
250 µL
22s ga
7639-01
250 µL
NDL Sold Separately (Large RN)
N
80830
500 µL
22 ga
Y
7640-01
500 µL
NDL Sold Separately (Large RN)
51 mm
2
N
2
N
Digital
80301
10 µL
Kel-F Hub
N
80401
25 µL
Kel-F Hub
N
80501
50 µL
Kel-F Hub
N
80601
100 µL
Kel-F Hub
N
80701
250 µL
Kel-F Hub
N
80801
500 µL
Kel-F Hub
N
800 Series Syringes
The 800 series syringes are the reinforced
plunger version of the 700 series syringes.
Attached to the flange of the syringe is a blue
syringe holder. The syringe holder provides
an area to hold the syringe that prevents heat
transfer, dispense inaccuracies, and plunger
blow outs. Additionally, it provides support
to small volume plungers that are prone to
bending during injection. This series of
syringes is ideal for dispensing volumes from
0.5 µL up to 250 µL.
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GENERAL SYRINGES | MICROLITER SYRINGES
800 Series Syringes (Cont.)
Introduction
Cemented Needle Syringes
Removable Needle Syringes
P/N
Volume
Gauge
Length
Point
P/N
Volume
Gauge
Length
Point
84850
5 µL
26s ga
51 mm
2
84851
5 µL
26s ga
51 mm
2
5 µL
NDL Sold Separately (Small RN)
84852
10 µL
26s ga
51 mm
2
7641-01
84854
25 µL
22s ga
51 mm
2
84853
10 µL
26s ga
10 µL
NDL Sold Separately (Small RN)
51 mm
2
84856
50 µL
22s ga
51 mm
2
7642-01
84858
100 µL
22s ga
51 mm
2
84855
25 µL
22s ga
7643-01
25 µL
NDL Sold Separately (Small RN)
84857
50 µL
22s ga
7644-01
50 µL
NDL Sold Separately (Small RN)
84859
100 µL
22s ga
7645-01
100 µL
NDL Sold Separately (Small RN)
84861
250 µL
22s ga
7646-01
250 µL
NDL Sold Separately (Large RN)
51 mm
51 mm
Chromatography
and Analysis
Syringes
2
2
2
Knurled Hub Syringes
The 7000 series syringes are modified Microliter
syringes with a plunger-in-needle design. The
7000 series is the only zero dead volume syringe
available. The fine gauge tungsten plunger wire
extends to the tip of the needle, ensuring that
all solvent is expelled dispensing volumes from
0.05 µL up to 5 µL.
Point 2
51 mm
2
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Syringes
7000 Series Syringes
Point Styles
51 mm
General
Syringes
Point 3
P/N
Volume
Gauge
Length
Point
Digital
86259
0.5 µL
25 ga
70 mm
2
Y
86250
0.5 µL
25 ga
70 mm
3
Y
86257
0.5 µL
32 ga
100 mm
3
N
80135
1 µL
25 ga
70 mm
2
Y
86211
1 µL
22 ga
70 mm
2
Y
80100
1 µL
25 ga
70 mm
3
Y
86200
1 µL
22 ga
70 mm
3
Y
80108
1 µL
25 ga
48 – 127 mm
2, 3, or 4
N
88411
2 µL
25 ga
70 mm
2
Y
88511
2 µL
23 ga
70 mm
2
Y
88400
2 µL
25 ga
70 mm
3
Y
88500
2 µL
23 ga
70 mm
3
Y
88011
5 µL
24 ga
70 mm
2
Y
88000
5 µL
24 ga
70 mm
3
Y
Point 4
Point 5
Point AS
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Accessories
Syringe
Technical
Reference
Needles
Index
19
Syringes
GENERAL SYRINGES | GASTIGHT SYRINGES
Introduction
General
Syringes
Gastight Syringes
Chromatography
and Analysis
Syringes
Life Science
Syringes
Gastight syringes are ideal for dispensing both
liquids and gases. They have a precisionmachined PTFE plunger tip which creates a
leak-free seal. With the tight fit, the tip wipes the
interior of the syringe barrel free of sample. This
feature is particularly useful with heterogeneous
samples as it reduces the chance that deposits
will build up and cause the plunger to freeze.
The fluid path for all Gastight syringes is
designed to be as chemically inert as possible.
The liquid contact is borosilicate glass, PTFE,
and stainless steel for all syringes except the
Super Syringes which use acrylic and Buna-N
in the barrel and plunger disc.
Polymer tip creates a leak-free seal
for both liquids and gases
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1700 Series Syringes
Syringe
Technical
Reference
10 µL to 500 µL
1800 Series Syringes
10 µL to 250 µL
Needles
Index
1000 Series Syringes
1 mL to 100 mL
Super Syringes
500 mL to 2 L
P. 21
P. 23
P. 24
P. 25
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GENERAL SYRINGES | GASTIGHT SYRINGES
1700 Series Syringes
Introduction
The 1700 series syringes are the Gastight version
of the original 700 series syringes. This series of
syringes is ideal for dispensing volumes from 1 µL
up to 500 µL. A variety of different terminations
and needle options are available in this series.
General
Syringes
Cemented Needle Syringes
Removable Needle Syringes
Chromatography
and Analysis
Syringes
P/N
Volume
Gauge
Length
Point
Digital
80030
10 µL
26s ga
51 mm
2
Y
80065
10 µL
22s ga
51 mm
3
Y
P/N
Volume
Gauge
Length
Point
Digital
80014
10 µL
32 ga
51 mm
3
N
80000
10 µL
26s ga
51 mm
2
Y
7653-01
10 µL
NDL Sold Separately (Small RN)
N
80075
10 µL
26s ga
51 mm
3
Y
80230
25 µL
22s ga
51 mm
2
Y
80085
10 µL
26 ga
51 mm
3
N
80265
25 µL
22s ga
51 mm
3
N
80039
10 µL
26s ga
51 mm
5
N
7654-01
25 µL
NDL Sold Separately (Small RN)
N
80008
10 µL
33 – 18 ga
10 – 304 mm 2, 3, 4, 5, AS
N
80930
50 µL
22s ga
51 mm
2
Y
80200
25 µL
22s ga
51 mm
2
Y
80965
50 µL
22s ga
51 mm
3
N
80275
25 µL
22s ga
51 mm
3
Y
7655-01
50 µL
NDL Sold Separately (Small RN)
N
80285
25 µL
22 ga
51 mm
3
N
81030
100 µL
22s ga
51 mm
2
Y
80239
25 µL
22s ga
51 mm
5
N
81065
100 µL
22s ga
51 mm
3
N
80208
25 µL
33 – 18 ga
10 – 304 mm
2, 3, 4, 5, AS
N
7656-01
100 µL
NDL Sold Separately (Small RN)
N
80900
50 µL
22s ga
51 mm
2
Y
81130
250 µL
22s ga
51 mm
2
Y
80975
50 µL
22s ga
51 mm
3
Y
81165
250 µL
22 ga
51 mm
3
N
80985
50 µL
22 ga
51 mm
3
N
7657-01
250 µL
NDL Sold Separately (Large RN)
N
80939
50 µL
22s ga
51 mm
5
N
81230
500 µL
22 ga
51 mm
2
Y
80908
50 µL
33 – 18 ga
10 – 304 mm
2, 3, 4, 5, AS
N
81265
500 µL
22 ga
51 mm
3
N
81000
100 µL
22s ga
51 mm
2
Y
7658-01
500 µL
NDL Sold Separately (Large RN)
81075
100 µL
22s ga
51 mm
3
Y
81085
100 µL
22 ga
51 mm
3
N
81039
100 µL
22s ga
51 mm
5
N
81008
100 µL
33 – 18 ga
10 – 304 mm
2, 3, 4, 5, AS
N
81100
250 µL
22s ga
51 mm
2
Y
81175
250 µL
22s ga
51 mm
3
Y
81185
250 µL
22 ga
51 mm
3
N
81139
250 µL
22s ga
51 mm
5
N
81108
250 µL
33 – 18 ga
10 – 304 mm
2, 3, 4, 5, AS
N
81217
500 µL
22 ga
51 mm
2
Y
81216
500 µL
22 ga
51 mm
3
N
81243
500 µL
22 ga
51 mm
5
N
81214
500 µL
33 – 18 ga
10 – 304 mm
2, 3, 4, 5, AS
N
Point Styles
Point 2
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Technical
Reference
N
Needles
Index
Point 3
Point 4
Point 5
Point AS
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Syringes
Introduction
GENERAL SYRINGES | GASTIGHT SYRINGES
1700 Series Syringes (Cont.)
ChemSeal Syringes
Luer Tip Syringes
General
Syringes
Chromatography
and Analysis
Syringes
Life Science
Syringes
Syringe and
Cleaning
Accessories
P/N
Volume
Needle Hub
Digital
80001
10 µL
Kel-F Hub
N
80201
25 µL
Kel-F Hub
N
80901
50 µL
Kel-F Hub
Y
81001
100 µL
Kel-F Hub
N
81101
250 µL
Kel-F Hub
N
81201
500 µL
Kel-F Hub
N
Luer Lock Syringes
P/N
Volume
Needle Hub
Plunger Stop
80222
25 µL
Metal or Kel-F Hub
Yes
80920
50 µL
Metal or Kel-F Hub
No
80922
50 µL
Metal or Kel-F Hub
Yes
81020
100 µL
Metal or Kel-F Hub
No
81022
100 µL
Metal or Kel-F Hub
Yes
81120
250 µL
Metal or Kel-F Hub
No
81122
250 µL
Metal or Kel-F Hub
Yes
81220
500 µL
Metal or Kel-F Hub
No
81222
500 µL
Metal or Kel-F Hub
Yes
P/N
Volume
Needle Hub
Plunger Stop
80062
10 µL
No Needle Available
Yes
80262
25 µL
No Needle Available
Yes
80962
50 µL
No Needle Available
Yes
81062
100 µL
No Needle Available
Yes
81060
100 µL
No Needle Available
No
81162
250 µL
No Needle Available
Yes
81160
250 µL
No Needle Available
No
81262
500 µL
No Needle Available
Yes
81260
500 µL
No Needle Available
No
Syringe
Technical
Reference
Plunger Stop
Needles
Index
For syringes 1 mL and smaller, the Plunger Stop replaces the standard dome button. The stop has a #6-32 threaded
hole in the back for connecting to a syringe pump and is adjusted to protect the plunger tip from damage by hitting
the syringe flange before the plunger tip bottoms out. Syringes larger than 1 mL come standard with a #6-32 threaded
hole and do not require a plunger stop.
Plunger Stop
Standard
Dome Button
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GENERAL SYRINGES | GASTIGHT SYRINGES
1800 Series Syringes
Introduction
Cemented Needle Syringes
The 1800 series syringes are the reinforced
plunger version of the 1700 series syringes.
Attached to the flange of the syringe is a blue
syringe holder. The syringe holder provides
an area to hold the syringe that prevents
heat transfer, dispense inaccuracies, and
plunger blow outs. Additionally it provides
support to small volume plungers that are
prone to bending during injection. This series
of syringes is ideal for dispensing volumes
from 1 µL up to 250 µL.
P/N
Volume
Gauge
Length
Point
84875
10 µL
26s ga
51 mm
2
84878
25 µL
22s ga
51 mm
2
84881
50 µL
22s ga
51 mm
2
84884
100 µL
22s ga
51 mm
2
84887
250 µL
22s ga
51 mm
2
General
Syringes
Chromatography
and Analysis
Syringes
Removable Needle Syringes
P/N
Volume
Gauge
Length
Point
84877
10 µL
26s ga
51 mm
2
7659-01
10 µL
NDL Sold Separately (Small RN)
84880
25 µL
22s ga
7660-01
25 µL
NDL Sold Separately (Small RN)
84883
50 µL
22s ga
7661-01
50 µL
NDL Sold Separately (Small RN)
84886
100 µL
22s ga
7662-01
100 µL
NDL Sold Separately (Small RN)
84889
250 µL
22s ga
7663-01
250 µL
NDL Sold Separately (Large RN)
51 mm
51 mm
51 mm
51 mm
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2
2
2
Syringe and
Cleaning
Accessories
2
Syringe
Technical
Reference
Needles
Index
Point Styles
Point 2
Point 3
Point 4
Point 5
Point AS
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Syringes
GENERAL SYRINGES | GASTIGHT SYRINGES
Introduction
1000 Series Syringes
General
Syringes
Luer Tip Cemented Needle Syringes
The 1000 series syringes are a mid-volume
Gastight syringe. This series of syringes is
ideal for dispensing volumes from 100 µL up
to 100 mL. A variety of different terminations
and needle options are available in this
versatile syringe series.
Chromatography
and Analysis
Syringes
Life Science
Syringes
Syringe and
Cleaning
Accessories
Syringe
Technical
Reference
Needles
P/N
Volume
Gauge
Length
Point
81317
1 mL
22 ga
51 mm
2
81316
1 mL
22 ga
51 mm
3
81343
1 mL
22 ga
51 mm
5
81314
1 mL
33 – 18 ga
10 – 304 mm
2,3,4,5, AS
81417
2.5 mL
22 ga
51 mm
2
81416
2.5 mL
22 ga
51 mm
3
81443
2.5 mL
22 ga
51 mm
5
81414
2.5 mL
33 – 18 ga
10 – 304 mm
2,3,4,5, AS
81517
5 mL
22 ga
51 mm
2
81516
5 mL
22 ga
51 mm
3
81543
5 mL
22 ga
51 mm
5
81514
5 mL
33 – 18 ga
10 – 304 mm
2,3,4,5, AS
81617
10 mL
22 ga
51 mm
2
81616
10 mL
22 ga
51 mm
3
81643
10 mL
22 ga
51 mm
5
81614
10 mL
33 – 18 ga
10 – 304 mm
2,3,4,5, AS
P/N
Volume
Gauge
Length
Point
81317
1 mL
22 ga
51 mm
2
81316
1 mL
22 ga
51 mm
3
81343
1 mL
22 ga
51 mm
5
81314
1 mL
33 – 18 ga
10 – 304 mm
2,3,4,5, AS
81416
2.5 mL
22 ga
51 mm
3
81417
2.5 mL
22 ga
51 mm
2
P/N
Volume
Gauge
Length
Point
1 mL
22 ga
51 mm
2
51 mm
3
Removable Needle Syringes
81443
2.5 mL
22 ga
51 mm
5
81330
81414
2.5 mL
33 – 18 ga
10 – 304 mm
2,3,4,5, AS
81365
1 mL
22 ga
7649-01
1 mL
NDL Sold Separately (Large RN)
81430
2.5 mL
22 ga
7650-01
2.5 mL
NDL Sold Separately (Large RN)
81530
5 mL
22 ga
7651-01
5 mL
NDL Sold Separately (Large RN)
81630
10 mL
22 ga
7652-01
10 mL
NDL Sold Separately (Large RN)
81516
5 mL
22 ga
51 mm
3
81517
5 mL
22 ga
51 mm
2
81543
5 mL
22 ga
51 mm
5
81514
5 mL
33 – 18 ga
10 – 304 mm
2,3,4,5, AS
81616
10 mL
22 ga
51 mm
3
81617
10 mL
22 ga
51 mm
2
81643
10 mL
22 ga
51 mm
5
81614
10 mL
33 – 18 ga
10 – 304 mm
2,3,4,5, AS
51 mm
51 mm
51 mm
2
2
2
Index
Point Styles
Point 2
Point 3
Point 4
Point 5
Point AS
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GENERAL SYRINGES | GASTIGHT SYRINGES
1000 Series Syringes (Cont.)
ChemSeal Syringes
Luer Tip Syringes
P/N
Volume
Introduction
Needle Hub
P/N
Volume
Needle Hub
1 mL
No Needle Available
81301
1 mL
Kel-F Hub
81360
81401
2.5 mL
Kel-F Hub
81460
2.5 mL
No Needle Available
81501
5 mL
Kel-F Hub
81560
5 mL
No Needle Available
81601
10 mL
Kel-F Hub
81660
10 mL
No Needle Available
Luer Lock Syringes
General
Syringes
Syringe Without Flange
The flange on a 25 mL and 50 mL syringe can interfere
with mounting the syringe into a syringe pump. For these
cases the syringes are available without a flange.
P/N
Volume
Needle Hub
With Flange
81320
1 mL
Metal or Kel-F Hub
Yes
81420
2.5 mL
Metal or Kel-F Hub
Yes
81520
5 mL
Metal or Kel-F Hub
Yes
81620
10 mL
Metal or Kel-F Hub
Yes
82520
25 mL
Metal or Kel-F Hub
Yes
82521
25 mL
Metal or Kel-F Hub
No
85020
50 mL
Metal or Kel-F Hub
Yes
85021
50 mL
Metal or Kel-F Hub
No
86020
100 mL
Metal or Kel-F Hub
Yes
Super Syringes
The Hamilton Super Syringe is a large volume
Gastight syringe. These syringes are ideal for
dispensing volumes from 50 mL up to 2 L.
Super Syringes are the only Hamilton syringes
that are made with an acrylic barrel instead
of glass.
Flange
No Flange
Chromatography
and Analysis
Syringes
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Syringes
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Accessories
Super Syringes
Syringe
Technical
Reference
P/N
Volume
Needle Hub
86311
500 mL
Metal or Kel-F Hub
86312
1L
Metal or Kel-F Hub
86313
1.5 L
Metal or Kel-F Hub
86314
2L
Metal or Kel-F Hub
Needles
Index
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Syringes
GENERAL SYRINGES | CALIBRATED SYRINGES
Introduction
General
Syringes
Calibrated Syringes
Chromatography
and Analysis
Syringes
Hamilton Company offers a calibration service for
precision Calibrated Syringes and Digital Syringes. A
Certificate of Calibration is provided with the product
and the procedure is performed with an unbroken
chain of calibrations traceable to N.I.S.T. standards.
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Syringes
Calibrated precision syringes are available only at
the time of purchase. Most non-custom syringes
are available as calibrated; a complete listing of
part numbers is available at hamiltoncompany.
com. A calibrated syringe is ordered by adding
the prefix “CAL” to the beginning of the syringe
part number. For example, to order a calibrated
701N, 10 µL syringe (part number 80300), part
number CAL80300 should be requested.
Syringe and
Cleaning
Accessories
Syringe
Technical
Reference
Needles
Index
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Syringes
GENERAL SYRINGES | DIGITAL SYRINGES
Introduction
General
Syringes
Digital Syringes
Reading graduations can be a challenge. The
Hamilton Digital Syringe eliminates parallax errors
by providing a digital readout on its integrated LCD
screen. An adjustable plunger-stop guarantees
reproducible plunger placement. Easily achieve
precision while dispensing volumes ranging from
50 nL up to 500 µL. This syringe is operated by
manually moving the plunger.
The Digital Syringe base unit is compatible with
the 700 (page 17), 1700 (page 21), and 7000
(page 19) series syringes. Not all syringes are
available as a Digital Syringe; check the syringe
series page for availability. A Digital Syringe is
ordered by adding the prefix “DS” to the beginning
of the syringe part number. For example, to order
a digital 701N, 10 µL syringe (part number 80300),
part number DS80300 should be requested.
Syringes Figure 1. Digital Syringe Features
Set-Data-Hold
Mode
Chromatography
and Analysis
Syringes
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Syringes
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Cleaning
Accessories
On-Zero
Digital
Display
Syringe
Technical
Reference
Fine
Adjustment
Thumbwheel
Back of Digital Syringe
Plunger Drag Adjustment
Needles
Plunger Stop
Fine
Adjustment
Thumbwheel
Index
Plunger Stop
Adjustment Dial
27
Syringes
Introduction
General
Syringes
Chromatography
and Analysis
Syringes
CHROMATOGRAPHY AND ANALYSIS SYRINGES
Chromatography and
Analysis Syringes
In the late 1940’s while working in the radiation lab
at UC Berkeley, Clark Hamilton developed various
devices, including glove box syringes for handling
radioactive material. By the early 1960’s Clark
learned about additional liquid handling needs in
the field of gas chromatography during a visit to
Perkin-Elmer where he set out and developed
the first micro syringe for accurate sample
injection into GC instruments. In the early 1960’s,
two major gas chromatography companies,
F&M Scientific and Wilkens Aerograph,
approached Hamilton Company to produce high
accuracy syringes for the purpose of introducing
exact, small volume injections into their GC
systems. F&M Scientific and Wilkens Aerograph
later became Agilent and Varian, and Hamilton
continues to provide syringes for manual and
automated injection into their instruments as well
as many other GC and HPLC manufacturers.
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Syringe
Technical
Reference
Needles
Index
28
Syringes
CHROMATOGRAPHY
SYRINGES BY SERIES
AND
| GASTIGHT
ANALYSISSYRINGES
SYRINGES
Manual HPLC Syringes
HPLC Autosampler Syringes
HPLC syringes are
equipped with a point
style 3 needle to fit HPLC
injection valve seats
without damaging the
rotor seal.
A wide variety of syringes
are offered to fit most
HPLC autosamplers
on the market.
Manual HPLC Syringes
P. 30
HPLC Autosampler Syringes
Manual GC Syringes
GC Autosampler Syringes
GC syringes are fitted
with a point style 2 or
point style AS needle to
pierce injection port
septa without damage.
A wide selection of
syringes fit most GC
autosamplers in the lab.
Introduction
General
Syringes
P. 33
Chromatography
and Analysis
Syringes
Life Science
Syringes
Syringe and
Cleaning
Accessories
Manual GC Syringes
P. 39
Thin-Layer Chromatography
(TLC) Syringes
P. 44
Carbon Analyzer Syringes
This family of syringes is
designed for water analysis
in Total Organic Carbon
(TOC) analyzers.
The needle points on ThinLayer Chromatography
(TLC) syringes are coated
with a PTFE layer to
reduce the surface tension
between the needle and
the liquid for reproducible
sample spotting.
Thin-Layer Chromatography (TLC) Syringes
GC Autosampler Syringes
Syringe
Technical
Reference
Needles
Index
P. 54
Carbon Analyzer Syringes
P. 55
29
Syringes
CHROMATOGRAPHY AND ANALYSIS SYRINGES | MANUAL HPLC SYRINGES
Introduction
General
Syringes
Manual HPLC Syringes
Chromatography
and Analysis
Syringes
Life Science
Syringes
Syringe and
Cleaning
Accessories
HPLC syringes are specifically designed for
manual or automatic injection into high pressure
ports. The needle is blunt and electro-polished
to slide smoothly into the injection port, reducing
the wear on critical seals. The selection of the
appropriate syringe for HPLC applications takes
the following three aspects into account: the type
of injection valve, the sample properties,
Rheodyne, Valco, Beckman,
and SSI Valves
and the injection volume. The volume of the
syringe should be selected based on the volume
and type of injection. In partial loop filling, the
injection volume should not be greater than half
of the loop capacity. In complete loop filling,
where the loop size sets the injection volume,
the syringe capacity should be greater than
twice the loop volume.
P. 31
2.5 µL to 1 mL
Syringe
Technical
Reference
Constant Rate Syringes
Needles
Valco VISF-1 Injection Valves
20 µL to 200 µL
25 µL to 10 mL
P. 31
P. 32
Index
Waters Manual Syringes
10 µL to 250 µL
P. 32
30
Syringes
CHROMATOGRAPHY AND ANALYSIS SYRINGES | MANUAL HPLC SYRINGES
Rheodyne,
Valco, Beckman,
and SSI Valves
Syringes for Rheodyne, Valco, Beckman,
and SSI Valves. These syringes are available
in Cemented Needle (N), Luer Tip Cemented
Needle (LTN), and Removable Needle (RN)
terminations. For more details on the terminations
see page 12. The needles in this section are
51 mm in length and are point style 3.
Removable Needle (RN)
Series
Introduction
Cemented Needle (N)
P/N
Volume
Gauge
87942
2.5 µL
600
22s ga
87943
5 µL
600
22s ga
General
Syringes
P/N
Volume
Series
Gauge
80365
10 µL
700
22s ga
80465
25 µL
700
22s ga
80275
25 µL
1700
22s ga
80565
50 µL
700
22s ga
80975
50 µL
1700
22s ga
80985
50 µL
1700
22 ga
80665
100 µL
700
22s ga
81075
100 µL
1700
22s ga
81085
100 µL
1700
22 ga
80765
250 µL
700
22 ga
80865
500 µL
700
22 ga
Chromatography
and Analysis
Syringes
Life Science
Syringes
Luer Tip Cemented Needle (LTN)
80065
10 µL
1700
22s ga
80265
25 µL
1700
22s ga
80965
50 µL
1700
22s ga
P/N
Volume
Series
Gauge
81065
100 µL
1700
22s ga
81175
250 µL
1700
22s ga
81165
250 µL
1700
22 ga
81185
250 µL
1700
22 ga
81265
500 µL
1700
22 ga
81216
500 µL
1700
22 ga
81365
1 mL
1000
22 ga
Syringe and
Cleaning
Accessories
Syringe
Technical
Reference
Constant Rate Syringes
The CR700 Constant Rate Syringes have
preset volumes that can be dispensed at a
constant flow rate. The volume is adjustable
with a precisely adjustable micrometer screw.
The adjusted volume can be fixed with a
locking ring. Reproducible injection speed is
obtained by means of a spring. The sample
is delivered by pressing the push button.
Constant Rate Syringe needles are 51 mm
in length and point style 3.
P/N
Volume
Series
Gauge
84301
20 µL
1700
22s ga
84303
50 µL
1700
22 ga
84302
200 µL
1700
22 ga
Needles
Index
31
Syringes
Introduction
General
Syringes
Chromatography
and Analysis
Syringes
Life Science
Syringes
CHROMATOGRAPHY AND ANALYSIS SYRINGES | MANUAL HPLC SYRINGES
Valco VISF-1
Injection Valves
Syringes for Valco VISF-1 Injection
Valves. These syringes have the
Removable Needle (RN) termination.
For more details on the terminations
see page 12. The needles in this
section are 19 mm in length and
are point style 3.
P/N
Volume
Series
Gauge
Replacement
Needles
80231
25 µL
1700
22s ga
7787-01
80931
50 µL
1700
22s ga
7787-01
81031
100 µL
1700
22s ga
7787-01
81131
250 µL
1700
22s ga
7806-02
81231
500 µL
1700
22 ga
7787-02
81331
1 mL
1000
22 ga
7787-02
81431
2.5 mL
1000
22 ga
7787-02
81531
5 mL
1000
22 ga
7787-02
81631
10 mL
1000
22 ga
7787-02
Waters Manual Syringes
Gastight and Microliter series syringes come with
a 25s gauge, 50 mm removable needle to work
with the Waters U6K HPLC valve.
Syringe and
Cleaning
Accessories
Syringe
Technical
Reference
P/N
Volume
Series
Gauge
Replacement
Needles
84815
10 µL
800
25s ga
8647-01
84816
25 µL
800
25s ga
8647-01
80238
25 µL
1700
25s ga
8647-01
84980
25 µL
1800
25s ga
8647-01
84817
50 µL
800
25s ga
8647-01
80938
50 µL
1700
25s ga
8647-01
84983
50 µL
1800
25s ga
8647-01
84818
100 µL
800
25s ga
8647-01
81038
100 µL
1700
25s ga
8647-01
84986
100 µL
1800
25s ga
8647-01
84819
250 µL
800
25s ga
8648-01
81138
250 µL
1700
25s ga
8648-01
84989
250 µL
1800
25s ga
8648-01
Part number 84891 is a kit that consists of a 10, 25, 50,
100, and 250 µL 800 series barrel/plunger assemblies,
holder assembly, six-pack (25s/50 mm/3) small hub
needles, and six-pack (25s/50 mm/3) large hub needles.
Needles
Index
Part number 81610 is a 10 mL TLL syringe used for
priming Waters syringes which can be used with 90149
Kel-F Hub Needles or 90049 Metal Hub Needles.
Point Styles
Point 2
Point 3
Point 4
Point 5
Point AS
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CHROMATOGRAPHY AND ANALYSIS SYRINGES | HPLC AUTOSAMPLER SYRINGES
Introduction
General
Syringes
HPLC Autosampler Syringes
HPLC autosamplers
enable the automatic
introduction of samples
into the sample loop as
well as some sample
preparation. Automatic
injection has become
very common, as it
provides improved
reproducibility and
speed. Hamilton offers
a wide range of HPLC
autosampler syringes.
The features of
the autosampler
syringes are adapted
for an exact fit to a
specific autosampler.
Manufacturer
Model
For Syringes, See Model:
Page
Agilent
1290 Infinity LC Injector
ProStar 410/420/430
PAL LC HTC, HTS Syringes
Spark Holland Syringes
P. 34
P. 37
Antec
AS 100/110
Spark Holland Syringes
P. 37
Beckman Coulter
508
Spark Holland Syringes
P. 37
CTC/LEAP
A200S
PAL LC HTC, HTS Syringes
Dionex
ASI-100
ESA Model 540/540 MT/542
Ultimate 3000
Spark Holland Syringes
PAL LC HTC, HTS Syringes
P. 35
P. 37
P. 34
Grace Alltech
Model 580
Spark Holland Syringes
P. 37
Hitachi LaChrom
L-2200, 7200, 7250, 8800, 8900,
AS 1000, 2000
P. 35
Kontron
360, 460, 465
P. 36
Perkin Elmer
Flexar FX-10, FX-15, Series 225
Series 220
Shimadzu
SIL-6A
SIL-10AF, SIL-10AP
P. 36
P. 36
Spark Holland
Midas, Triathlon,
Endurance, Alias
P. 37
Thermo Finnigan
AS 100/300, AS 1000/3000/3500
SP 8780, SP 8875, SP 8880
P. 37
P. 38
Varian
ProStar 410/420/430
9100
Waters
717 PLUS, WISP
2707
2777
Chromatography
and Analysis
Syringes
Life Science
Syringes
P. 34
P. 34
Spark Holland Syringes
Spark Holland Syringes
Spark Holland Syringes
PAL LC HTC, HTS Syringes
P. 37
P. 36
P. 37
P. 38
P. 38
P. 37
P. 34
33
Syringe and
Cleaning
Accessories
Syringe
Technical
Reference
Needles
Index
Syringes
CHROMATOGRAPHY AND ANALYSIS SYRINGES | HPLC AUTOSAMPLER SYRINGES
Introduction
CTC LEAP Syringes
Cemented Needle Syringes
A200S
General
Syringes
Chromatography
and Analysis
Syringes
Life Science
Syringes
Syringe and
Cleaning
Accessories
Syringe
Technical
Reference
Needles
Index
CTC PAL Syringes
PAL LC HTC, HTS
CTC PAL® autosamplers are one of the most
popular sample injection systems for HPLC
analyses. Customers rely on its ability to sample
from many different vial and well types and on its
ultimate platform flexibility. The syringe is at the
heart of every injection that the LC PAL® system
performs, and CTC chose Hamilton to provide
this critical component.
This section has syringes for PAL LC instruments.
This section also includes syringes for Agilent,
Dionex, and Waters as these instruments are a
private label for CTC.
P/N
Volume
Gauge
Length
Point
203560
10 µL
22s ga
51 mm
3
203566
100 µL
22s ga
51 mm
3
S-Line Syringes
S-Line syringes are the cost-effective choice for CTC PAL
autosampler applications. It incorporates a precisionmachined PTFE plunger tip which creates a leak-free seal.
With the tight fit in the glass barrel, the tip wipes the interior of
the syringe barrel free of sample, minimizing sample carryover.
C-Line Syringes
C-Line syringes incorporate several unique design features
that ensure superior performance. The unique flange
alignment design aids in installation and results in fewer bent
needles while the plunger button can be adjusted to prevent
plunger tip damage. An innovative direct attachment design
of the needle to the barrel minimizes sample carryover.
X-Type Syringes
X-Type syringes have a near zero carryover and a long-lasting
plunger tip to meet the requirements of sensitive, highthroughput life science applications. The syringe glass barrel
is polished and coated for chemical inertness and enhanced
lifetime. The needle is deactivated and coated to reduce
sample adsorption.
S-Line Syringes
P/N
Volume
Barrel (O.D.)
Gauge
Point
67444-01
10 µL
6.6 mm
22s ga
3
67446-01
25 µL
7.9 mm
22s ga
3
67450-01
50 µL
6.6 mm
22 ga
3
67452-01
100 µL
6.6 mm
22s ga
3
67442-01
250 µL
7.9 mm
22 ga
3
67448-01
500 µL
7.9 mm
22 ga
3
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CTC PAL Syringes (Cont.)
Introduction
C-Line Syringes
X-Type Syringes
P/N
Volume
Barrel (O.D.)
Gauge
Point
P/N
Volume
Barrel (O.D.)
Gauge
Point
203073*
10 µL
6.6 mm
22s ga
3
204475
25 µL
7.9 mm
22s ga
3
203194
10 µL
6.6 mm
22s ga
3
204379
50 µL
7.9 mm
22s ga
3
203274
25 µL
6.6 mm
22s ga
3
204452
100 µL
6.6 mm
22s ga
3
203075
25 µL
7.9 mm
22s ga
3
204400
100 µL
6.6 mm
22 ga
3
203077
100 µL
6.6 mm
22s ga
3
202668*
100 µL
6.6 mm
203235
100 µL
6.6 mm
22 ga
3
* This part number is a Removable Needle (RN) termination.
203079
250 µL
7.9 mm
22 ga
3
203349
500 µL
7.9 mm
22 ga
3
203081**
1 mL
7.6 mm
22 ga
3
203083**
2.5 mL
9.65 mm
22 ga
3
203085**
5 mL
13.6 mm
22 ga
3
General
Syringes
Chromatography
and Analysis
Syringes
*This syringe is a Microliter Syringe.
**These syringes are a Luer Tip Cemented Needle (LTN) termination.
Life Science
Syringes
Dionex Gina
Syringes
Removable Needle (RN)
ASI-100
Hitachi
LaChrom
Syringes
Volume
7654-01 (no needle included)
25 µL
7657-01 (no needle included)
250 µL
Syringe and
Cleaning
Accessories
Syringe
Technical
Reference
Special Termination
L-2200, L-7200,
L-7250, L-8800,
L-8900, AS1000,
AS2000
Point Styles
P/N
P/N
Volume
0160310
500 µL
Needles
Index
Point 2
Point 3
Point 4
Point 5
Point AS
35
Syringes
Introduction
General
Syringes
Chromatography
and Analysis
Syringes
CHROMATOGRAPHY AND ANALYSIS SYRINGES | HPLC AUTOSAMPLER SYRINGES
Kontron
HPLC
Syringes
Perkin Elmer
Syringes
SERIES 220
Shimadzu
Syringes
SIL-6A
Syringe
Technical
Reference
P/N
Volume
201050
100 µL
360, 460, 465
Life Science
Syringes
Syringe and
Cleaning
Accessories
Accudil (AD)
Needles
Shimadzu
Syringes
Index
SIL-10AF,
SIL-10AP
ChemSeal (C)
P/N
Volume
80962
50 µL
81062
100 µL
81162
250 µL
81262
500 µL
81360
1 mL
81460
2.5 mL
Removable Needle (RN)
P/N
Volume
7656-01 (no needle included)
100 µL
ChemSeal (C)
P/N
Volume
81260
500 µL
81460
2.5 mL
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CHROMATOGRAPHY AND ANALYSIS SYRINGES | HPLC AUTOSAMPLER SYRINGES
Spark Holland Syringes
This section has syringes for Spark Holland
instruments. This section also includes
syringes for Agilent, Antec, Beckman,
Dionex, Grace Alltech, Perkin Elemer,
Varian, and Waters as these instruments
are a private label for Spark Holland.
Introduction
ChemSeal (C)
P/N
Volume
62161-01
25 µL
54658-01
100 µL
54659-01
250 µL
54660-01
500 µL
54661-01
1 mL
54662-01
2.5 mL
General
Syringes
Chromatography
and Analysis
Syringes
Life Science
Syringes
Midas
Thermo
Finnigan
Syringes
AS100/300,
AS1000/3000/3500
Triathlon
Alias
Endurance
Syringe and
Cleaning
Accessories
ChemSeal (C)
P/N
Volume
81162
250 µL
81262
500 µL
81360
1 mL
81460
2.5 mL
Syringe
Technical
Reference
Needles
Index
37
Syringes
Introduction
General
Syringes
Chromatography
and Analysis
Syringes
Life Science
Syringes
Syringe and
Cleaning
Accessories
CHROMATOGRAPHY AND ANALYSIS SYRINGES | HPLC AUTOSAMPLER SYRINGES
Thermo
Finnigan
Syringes
SP 8780, SP 8875,
SP 8880
Varian
Syringes
9100
Waters
Syringes
717 PLUS, WISP
ChemSeal (C)
P/N
Volume
202192
500 µL
81460
2.5 mL
ChemSeal (C)
P/N
Volume
0159902
100 µL
ChemSeal (C)
P/N
Volume
80020
25 µL
80024
250 µL
Syringe
Technical
Reference
Needles
Index
38
Syringes
CHROMATOGRAPHY AND SYRINGES
ANALYSIS SYRINGES
BY SERIES | | MANUAL
GASTIGHT
GCSYRINGES
SYRINGES
Introduction
General
Syringes
Manual GC Syringes
Hamilton provides a variety of syringes that are
designed for use with manual GC injection ports.
Our syringes are handmade with an unmatched
attention to detail. The manufacturing process
and quality assurance procedures ensure
that every syringe we sell will provide superior
Standard Injection
0.5 µL to 500 µL
Purge and Trap Syringes
5 mL and 25 mL
SampleLock Syringes
50 µL to 100 mL
On-Column Injection Syringes
0.5 µL and 10 µL
Chromatography
and Analysis
Syringes
accuracy and precision as well as cycle life.
The non-coring, point style 2 needles are ideal
for penetrating septa while maximizing the life
of the seal. Choose the sub category that is
associated with your injection method to find
the appropriate syringe for your application.
Life Science
Syringes
P. 40
Syringe and
Cleaning
Accessories
P. 42
Syringe
Technical
Reference
P. 42
Needles
P. 43
Index
39
Syringes
CHROMATOGRAPHY AND ANALYSIS SYRINGES | MANUAL GC SYRINGES
Introduction
Standard Injection
General
Syringes
Chromatography
and Analysis
Syringes
Life Science
Syringes
A split/splitless injector consists of a heated
chamber with a glass liner into which the sample
is injected through the septum. A microsyringe is
used to inject the sample through a rubber septum
into a flash vaporizer chamber at the head of the
column. The sample vaporizes to form a mixture
of carrier gas, vaporized solvent, and vaporized
analytes. In the split mode, only a proportion
of this mixture reaches the column, while most
sample exits through the split outlet. This avoids
overloading the column. In the splitless mode, the
split vent is closed so that the vaporized analyte
passes onto the column. This mode is more
sensitive and adequate for trace analysis.
Common syringe features for split/splitless
injection include:
■■ Microliter
syringes for liquid samples and Gastight
syringes for gas and liquid samples
■■ Common
■■ Needle
volume range from 0.5 µL to 50 µL
with point style 2 to pierce the rubber septum
■■ Needle
length of 51 mmww to reach the middle of the
glass liner. Splitless injection of small volumes may be
performed with a 70 mm needle to deliver the
sample close to the column entrance.
Syringes Figure 2. Illustration of a split/splitless injector
Syringe
Septum
Needle
Septum purge outlet
Carrier gas inlet
Glass liner
Syringe and
Cleaning
Accessories
Syringe
Technical
Reference
Split outlet
Vaporization
chamber
Heated injector block
Capillary column
Needles
Index
40
Syringes
CHROMATOGRAPHY AND ANALYSIS SYRINGES | MANUAL GC SYRINGES
Standard Injection (Cont.)
Introduction
Knurled Hub (KH)
Luer Tip Cemented Needle (LTN)
P/N
Volume
Series
Gauge
86259
0.5 µL
7000
25 ga
86211
1 µL
7000
22 ga
80135
1 µL
7000
25 ga
88511
2 µL
7000
23 ga
88411
2 µL
7000
25 ga
88011
5 µL
7000
24 ga
P/N
Volume
Series
Gauge
81100
250 µL
1700
22s ga
81217
500 µL
1700
22 ga
General
Syringes
Removable Needle (RN)
Chromatography
and Analysis
Syringes
Note: The needle length for these syringes is 70 mm.
Cemented Needle (N)
P/N
Volume
Series
Gauge
87900
5 µL
700
26s ga
84850
5 µL
800
26s ga
80300
10 µL
700
26s ga
80366
10 µL – 6 pk
700
26s ga
84852
10 µL
800
26s ga
80000
10 µL
1700
26s ga
84875
10 µL
1800
26s ga
80400
25 µL
700
22s ga
84854
25 µL
800
22s ga
80200
25 µL
1700
22s ga
84878
25 µL
1800
22s ga
80500
50 µL
700
22s ga
84856
50 µL
800
22s ga
80900
50 µL
1700
22s ga
84881
50 µL
1800
22s ga
80600
100 µL
700
22s ga
84858
100 µL
800
22s ga
81000
100 µL
1700
22s ga
84884
100 µL
1800
22s ga
80700
250 µL
700
22s ga
84887
250 µL
1800
22s ga
80800
500 µL
700
22 ga
P/N
Volume
Series
Gauge
87930
5 µL
700
26s ga
84851
5 µL
800
26s ga
80330
10 µL
700
26s ga
80336
10 µL – 6 pk
700
26s ga
84853
10 µL
800
26s ga
80030
10 µL
1700
26s ga
84877
10 µL
1800
26s ga
80430
25 µL
700
22s ga
84855
25 µL
800
22s ga
80230
25 µL
1700
22s ga
84880
25 µL
1800
22s ga
80530
50 µL
700
22s ga
84857
50 µL
800
22s ga
80930
50 µL
1700
22s ga
84883
50 µL
1800
22s ga
80630
100 µL
700
22s ga
84859
100 µL
800
22s ga
81030
100 µL
1700
22s ga
84886
100 µL
1800
22s ga
80730
250 µL
700
22s ga
84861
250 µL
800
22s ga
81130
250 µL
1700
22s ga
84889
250 µL
1800
22s ga
80830
500 µL
700
22 ga
81230
500 µL
1700
22 ga
Life Science
Syringes
Syringe and
Cleaning
Accessories
Syringe
Technical
Reference
Needles
Index
41
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CHROMATOGRAPHY AND ANALYSIS SYRINGES | MANUAL GC SYRINGES
Introduction
Purge and Trap Syringes
General
Syringes
These syringes are ideal for purge and trap
applications because the plunger can be easily
removed to load water samples into the syringe
barrel. Internal standard or a surrogate spike
can be added through the twist valve with a
10 µL syringe. The sample syringe can also be
connected directly to the purge and trap valve
via the integral male luer fitting.
Chromatography
and Analysis
Syringes
Special Termination
P/N
Volume
81570
5 mL
82570
25 mL
Note: These syringes work with valve part number 86789.
Hamilton 5 mL and 25 mL Purge and Trap
syringes were designed for the analysis of
drinking water samples according to EPA purge
and trap concentration techniques (see EPA
methods 502.1, 502.2, 503.1, 524.1, and 524.2).
Life Science
Syringes
Syringe and
Cleaning
Accessories
Syringe
Technical
Reference
Needles
Index
SampleLock Syringes
SampleLock (SL)
The Hamilton SampleLock syringes allow
the collection, storage, transportation,
and analysis of liquid or gaseous samples
without the danger of evaporative
loss or environmental contamination.
Syringes are available in sizes ranging
from 50 µL to 100 mL. An easy-to-use
twist valve and a positive rear stop on
SampleLock prevents loss of sample and
plunger blowout. Optional male luer and
female luer lock adapter threads on the
SampleLock valve making the syringes
compatible with a multitude of connectors
and fittings. These adapters may be found
on page 73. The needles in this section
are 51 mm in length and are point style 2.
Point Styles
Point 2
Point 3
P/N
Volume
Gauge
80956
50 µL
22s ga
81056
100 µL
22s ga
81156
250 µL
22s ga
81256
500 µL
22 ga
81356
1 mL
22 ga
81456
2.5 mL
22 ga
81556
5 mL
22 ga
81656
10 mL
22 ga
86326
25 mL
22 ga
86336
50 mL
22 ga
86346
100 mL
22 ga
Point 4
Point 5
Point AS
42
Syringes
CHROMATOGRAPHY AND ANALYSIS SYRINGES | MANUAL GC SYRINGES
On-Column Injection
Syringes
On-column injection employs the direct
introduction of the liquid sample into the column.
This is very useful for the analysis of thermally
unstable samples and avoids boiling point
discrimination. On-column injection uses point
style 3 syringes with the following features:
outer diameter needles adjusted to the inner
diameter of the column (0.17 mm needle for columns
with 0.25 mm inner diameter, 32 gauge for columns
with 0.32 mm inner diameter, and 26 gauge for
columns with a 0.53 mm inner diameter)
Introduction
Knurled Hub (KH)
P/N
Volume
Series
Gauge
Length
86257
0.5 µL
7000
32 ga
100 mm
General
Syringes
Cemented Needle (N)
Chromatography
and Analysis
Syringes
■■ Small
■■ Longer
needles tailored to pass through the injector
and reach within the capillary column
P/N
Volume
Series
Gauge
Length
80351
10 µL
700
32 ga
75 mm
Removable Needle (RN)
Life Science
Syringes
■■ Point
style 3 adapted to the typical septum of the
on-column injector
Syringes Figure 3. Illustration of an On-Column Injector
Syringe
P/N
Volume
Series
Gauge
Length
80331
10 µL
700
0.17 mm
115 mm
80386*
10 µL
700
32 ga
125 mm
87402
10 µL
700
0.17 mm
100 mm
87404
10 µL
1700
0.17 mm
100 mm
87405
10 µL
1800
0.17 mm
100 mm
Syringe and
Cleaning
Accessories
*This is a point style 2 needle.
Septum
Syringe
Technical
Reference
Needles
Glass Column
Index
43
Syringes
CHROMATOGRAPHY AND ANALYSIS SYRINGES | GC AUTOSAMPLER
SYRINGESSYRINGES
BY SERIES | GASTIGHT SYRINGES
Introduction
General
Syringes
GC Autosampler Syringes
Chromatography
and Analysis
Syringes
Life Science
Syringes
Syringe and
Cleaning
Accessories
Syringe
Technical
Reference
Needles
Autosamplers enable the automatic introduction of
samples into the injector of the gas chromatograph
(GC). Automatic injection has become very
common as it improves reproducibility and speed.
Hamilton offers a wide range of autosampler
syringes. The features of the autosampler
syringes are adapted for an exact fit to a specific
Manufacturer
autosampler. The point style AS (for autosampler)
has been specifically designed to withstand
repeated penetration through the GC septa.
Syringes for headspace injection usually
have a point style 5, which is ideal for large
gas volume injection.
For Syringes, See Model:
Model
Page
Agilent
7670, 7671, 7672 ALS
7673, 7683, 6850 ALS
7693A ALS
P. 45
P. 46
P. 48
Bruker Varian
8100, 8200
CP-8400/8410, CP-9010/9050
CP-9020/9025
P. 49
P. 49
P. 49
CTC / LEAP
CombiPAL (Headspace)
CTC/LEAP PAL GC
P. 51
P. 50
Gerstel
CTC/LEAP PAL GC
P. 50
Perkin Elmer
AutoSystem
Clarus 500 GC
P. 52
P. 52
Shimadzu
AOC-9
AOC-14, AOC-17, AOC-20
AOC-5000
CTC / LEAP CombiPAL (Headspace)
P. 52
P. 52
P. 51
Thermo Finnigan
AI/AS 3000 TriPlus
AS 800/2000
HS 250/500/850
TriPlus
CTC/LEAP PAL GC
P. 53
P. 53
P. 53
P. 50
Index
44
Syringes
CHROMATOGRAPHY AND ANALYSIS SYRINGES | GC AUTOSAMPLER SYRINGES
Agilent Syringes
Introduction
Cemented Needle (N)
7670, 7671, 7672 ALS
Hamilton maintains a large variety of
replacement syringes for the most popular
gas chromatography (GC) autosamplers,
including the Agilent Automatic Liquid
Sampler (ALS) instrument.
Hamilton has designed a series of
syringes specifically for Agilent ALS
autosamplers that meets the instruments’
requirements for dimensional accuracy,
needle length, needle gauge, needle tip,
and overall lifetime. Every Agilent syringe
produced by Hamilton undergoes quality
control procedures that ensure they meet
the strictest standards for accuracy,
precision, and product life cycle.
P/N
Volume
Gauge
Length
Point
87900
5 µL
26s ga
51 mm
2
80300
10 µL
26s ga
51 mm
2
80366
10 µL – 6 pk
26s ga
51 mm
2
80000*
10 µL
26s ga
51 mm
2
General
Syringes
*This is a Gastight syringe.
Chromatography
and Analysis
Syringes
Removable Needle (RN)
P/N
Volume
Gauge
Length
Point
80338
10 µL
26s ga
51 mm
2
80011*
10 µL
26s ga
51 mm
2
Life Science
Syringes
*This is a Gastight syringe.
Syringe and
Cleaning
Accessories
Syringe
Technical
Reference
Needles
Index
45
Syringes
CHROMATOGRAPHY AND ANALYSIS SYRINGES | GC AUTOSAMPLER SYRINGES
Introduction
Agilent Syringes
Cemented Needle (N)
7673, 7683, 6850 ALS
General
Syringes
Chromatography
and Analysis
Syringes
The Agilent 7683 series automatic liquid
sampler raises the standard for gas
chromatography (GC) system performance
and reliability. This is the automatic sampler to
have for accuracy and ease of use, superior
reproducibility with minimal rework, easy
accommodation to changing needs, optimum
injection flexibility, and enduring reliability.
Life Science
Syringes
Volume
Gauge
Length
Point
5 µL
26s ga
43 mm
2
87988
5 µL
26s ga
43 mm
AS
87989
5 µL – 6 pk
26s ga
43 mm
AS
87991
5 µL
23s ga
43 mm
2
87987
5 µL
23s ga
43 mm
AS
87990
5 µL – 6 pk
23s ga
43 mm
AS
87993
5 µL
23s – 26s ga
43 mm
AS
87994
5 µL – 6 pk
23s – 26s ga
43 mm
AS
80399
10 µL
26s ga
43 mm
2
80388
10 µL
26s ga
43 mm
AS
80389
10 µL – 6 pk
26s ga
43 mm
AS
80398
10 µL
23s ga
43 mm
2
80387
10 µL
23s ga
43 mm
AS
80390
10 µL – 6 pk
23s ga
43 mm
AS
80080*
10 µL
23s ga
43 mm
AS
80094*
10 µL – 6 pk
23s ga
43 mm
AS
80393
10 µL
23s – 26s ga
43 mm
AS
80391
10 µL – 6 pk
23s – 26s ga
43 mm
AS
80079*
10 µL
23s – 26s ga
43 mm
AS
80096*
10 µL – 6 pk
23s – 26s ga
43 mm
AS
*These are Gastight syringes.
Syringe and
Cleaning
Accessories
Removable Needle (RN)
Syringe
Technical
Reference
Special Termination
Needles
Index
P/N
87992
P/N
Volume
Gauge
Length
Point
87958
5 µL
26s ga
43 mm
AS
87957
5 µL
23s ga
43 mm
AS
87959
5 µL
23s – 26s ga
43 mm
AS
80358
10 µL
26s ga
43 mm
AS
80088*
10 µL
26s ga
43 mm
AS
80357
10 µL
23s ga
43 mm
AS
80087*
10 µL
23s ga
43 mm
AS
P/N
Volume
Gauge
Length
Point
80359
10 µL
23s – 26s ga
43 mm
AS
86274
0.5 µL
26 ga
43 mm
AS
80089
10 µL
23s – 26s ga
43 mm
AS
86276
0.5 µL
23 ga
43 mm
AS
*These are Gastight syringes.
80175
1 µL
26 ga
43 mm
AS
80176
1 µL
23 ga
43 mm
AS
Point Styles
Point 2
Point 3
Point 4
Point 5
Point AS
46
Syringes
CHROMATOGRAPHY AND ANALYSIS SYRINGES | GC AUTOSAMPLER SYRINGES
Needle Gauges
Choosing the Appropriate Agilent Needle
23s (0.64 mm)
23s Gauge
Needle Syringes
Introduction
■■ Merlin
Microseal™ septum
and standard septum-equipped
gas chromatographs
■■ Packed
General
Syringes
column injector ports
■■ Split/splitless
injector ports
26s (0.47 mm)
■■ On-Column
26s Gauge
Needle Syringes
■■ Split/splitless
23s
23s – 26s (Tapered) Gauge
Needle Syringes
26s
■■ Durability
Chromatography
and Analysis
Syringes
injector ports
injector ports
of a 23s gauge needle
Life Science
Syringes
■■ Ability
of a 26s gauge needle
to perform split/splitless
and on-column injections
Syringe and
Cleaning
Accessories
Syringe
Technical
Reference
Needles
Index
47
Syringes
CHROMATOGRAPHY AND ANALYSIS SYRINGES | GC AUTOSAMPLER SYRINGES
Introduction
Agilent Syringes
Special Termination
7693A ALS
General
Syringes
Chromatography
and Analysis
Syringes
Life Science
Syringes
Syringe and
Cleaning
Accessories
Syringe
Technical
Reference
Needles
Index
The 7693A builds on the proven Agilent
Autosampler technologies that have worked
reliably for customers in the past, including
dual simultaneous injection and patented fast
injection. The 7693A takes it one step further,
adding basic sample preparation capabilities
such as dilution, internal standard addition,
heating, and more.
P/N
Volume
Gauge
Length
Point
86274
0.5 µL
26 ga
43 mm
AS
86276
0.5 µL
23 ga
43 mm
AS
80176
1 µL
23 ga
43 mm
AS
Cemented Needle (N)
P/N
Volume
Gauge
Length
Point
87988
5 µL
26s ga
43 mm
AS
87989
5 µL – 6 pk
26s ga
43 mm
AS
87987
5 µL
23s ga
43 mm
AS
87990
5 µL – 6 pk
23s ga
43 mm
AS
87993
5 µL
23s – 26s ga
43 mm
AS
87994
5 µL – 6 pk
23s – 26s ga
43 mm
AS
80388
10 µL
26s ga
43 mm
AS
80389
10 µL – 6 pk
26s ga
43 mm
AS
80387
10 µL
23s ga
43 mm
AS
80390
10 µL – 6 pk
23s ga
43 mm
AS
80080*
10 µL
23s ga
43 mm
AS
80094*
10 µL – 6 pk
23s ga
43 mm
AS
80393
10 µL
23s – 26s ga
43 mm
AS
80391
10 µL – 6 pk
23s – 26s ga
43 mm
AS
80079*
10 µL
23s – 26s ga
43 mm
AS
80096*
10 µL – 6 pk
23s – 26s ga
43 mm
AS
*These are Gastight syringes.
Removable Needle (RN)
P/N
Volume
Gauge
Length
Point
87958
5 µL
26s ga
43 mm
AS
87957
5 µL
23s ga
43 mm
AS
87959
5 µL
23s – 26s ga
43 mm
AS
80358
10 µL
26s ga
43 mm
AS
80088*
10 µL
26s ga
43 mm
AS
80357
10 µL
23s ga
43 mm
AS
80087*
10 µL
23s ga
43 mm
AS
80359
10 µL
23s – 26s ga
43 mm
AS
80089*
10 µL
23s – 26s ga
43 mm
AS
*These are Gastight syringes.
48
Syringes
CHROMATOGRAPHY AND ANALYSIS SYRINGES | GC AUTOSAMPLER SYRINGES
Bruker Varian
Syringes
Introduction
Special Termination
8100, 8200
P/N
Volume
Gauge
Length
Point
202880
10 µL
26s ga
50.5 mm
5
Note: Replacement needles for this syringe are part number 202903.
Bruker
Varian
Syringes
Cemented Needle (N)
CP-8400/8410,
CP-9010/9050
Chromatography
and Analysis
Syringes
P/N
Volume
Gauge
Length
Point
80300
10 µL
26s ga
51 mm
2
80339
10 µL
26s ga
51 mm
5
80342
10 µL
23s ga
51 mm
AS
80330*
10 µL
26s ga
51 mm
2
Life Science
Syringes
*This is a Removable Needle (RN) syringe.
Bruker Varian
Syringes
Syringe and
Cleaning
Accessories
Luer Tip Cemented Needle (LTN)
CP-9020/9025
General
Syringes
P/N
Volume
Gauge
Length
Point
202660
2.5 mL
22 ga
56 mm
5
Syringe
Technical
Reference
Needles
Index
Point Styles
Point 2
Point 3
Point 4
Point 5
Point AS
49
Syringes
Introduction
General
Syringes
Chromatography
and Analysis
Syringes
CHROMATOGRAPHY AND ANALYSIS SYRINGES | GC AUTOSAMPLER SYRINGES
CTC / LEAP PAL GC
Syringes
CTC PAL® autosamplers are one of the most
popular sampling devices on the market today for
GC and headspace analyses. Customers rely on
its ability to sample from many different vial and
well types and on its ultimate platform flexibility.
The syringe is at the heart of every injection that
the GC PAL® system performs, and CTC chose
Hamilton to provide this
critical component.
S-Line Syringe
P/N
Volume
Barrel (O.D.)
Gauge
Point
67436-01
5 µL
6.6 mm
26s ga
AS
67438-01
10 µL
6.6 mm
26s ga
AS
67440-01
10 µL
6.6 mm
23s ga
AS
67454-01*
10 µL
6.6 mm
23s ga
AS
67430-01*
25 µL
7.9 mm
23 ga
AS
67434-01*
100 µL
6.6 mm
23 ga
AS
*These are Gastight syringes.
C-Line Syringes
S-Line Syringes
Life Science
Syringes
Syringe and
Cleaning
Accessories
Syringe
Technical
Reference
Needles
Index
S-Line syringes are the cost-effective choice for CTC PAL
autosampler applications. S-Line syringes deliver great
performance in everyday use for GC injections at an exceptional
value. Fast injection speeds in GC analyses put considerable
stress on syringe plungers and, as plungers wear the stresses
increase, leading to broken syringes and unnecessary downtime
and wasted money when samples cannot be analyzed.
C-Line Syringes
C-Line syringes incorporate several unique design features
that ensure superior performance. The unique flange alignment
design aids in installation and results in fewer bent needles
while the plunger button can be adjusted to prevent plunger tip
damage. An innovative direct attachment design
of the needle to the barrel minimizes sample carryover.
P/N
Volume
Barrel (O.D.)
Gauge
Point
203185
1.2 µL
6.6 mm
26 ga
AS
203189
5 µL
6.6 mm
26s ga
AS
203197
5 µL
6.6 mm
Custom
Custom
203205
10 µL
6.6 mm
26s ga
AS
203363
10 µL
6.6 mm
23s ga
2
203361
10 µL
6.6 mm
23s ga
AS
203362
10 µL
6.6 mm
23s – 26s ga
AS
203198
10 µL
6.6 mm
Custom
Custom
203206*
10 µL
6.6 mm
Custom
Custom
200740**
10 µL
6.6 mm
32 ga
4 at 45°
200742***
10 µL
6.6 mm
32 ga
4 at 45°
203074*
25 µL
6.6 mm
26s ga
AS
203043*
25 µL
7.9 mm
26s ga
AS
203209*
25 µL
6.6 mm
Custom
Custom
203076*
100 µL
6.6 mm
26s ga
AS
203226*
100 µL
6.6 mm
Custom
Custom
203078*
250 µL
7.9 mm
26 ga
AS
203219*
250 µL
7.9 mm
Custom
Custom
203080*
500 µL
7.9 mm
26 ga
AS
203225*
500 µL
7.9 mm
Custom
Custom
*These are Gastight syringes.
**This part number is 85 mm in length.
***This part number is 75 mm in length.
50
Syringes
CHROMATOGRAPHY AND ANALYSIS SYRINGES | GC AUTOSAMPLER SYRINGES
CTC / LEAP CombiPAL
(Headspace) Syringes
Introduction
HD-Type and HDHTType Syringes
General
Syringes
Modern GC headspace
analysis requires
injecting over large
temperature ranges.
Conventional head
space syringes on the
Plunger
New Compression Spring
market use a rubber
PTFE Plunger Tip
O-ring sealed plunger
which has a limited
sealing performance at high temperatures. This
is due to varying thermal expansion between
the different materials. The high dynamic
HD-Type syringe and HDHT-Type syringes
employ a unique spring in the plunger tip
which compensates for the materials’ different
expansion coefficients, creating a superior seal
over a larger temperature range, improving
syringe lifetime.
Chromatography
and Analysis
Syringes
HD-Type Syringes (110 °C)
P/N
Volume
Gauge
Point
203141
1 mL
26 ga
5
203082
1 mL
23 ga
5
203181
2.5 mL
26 ga
5
203084
2.5 mL
23 ga
5
203182
5 mL
26 ga
5
203086
5 mL
23 ga
5
Life Science
Syringes
Syringe and
Cleaning
Accessories
HDHT-Type Syringes (200 °C)
P/N
Volume
Gauge
Point
209682
1 mL
26 ga
5
209681
1 mL
23 ga
5
209684
2.5 mL
26 ga
5
209683
2.5 mL
23 ga
5
209686
5 mL
26 ga
5
209685
5 mL
23 ga
5
Syringe
Technical
Reference
Needles
HDHT-Type Syringes
Index
A cement-free connection between the needle
and the glass barrel make HDHT-Type syringes
a perfect choice for applications where
temperatures up to 200 °C will be used.
Point Styles
Point 2
Point 3
Point 4
Point 5
Point AS
51
Syringes
Introduction
General
Syringes
CHROMATOGRAPHY AND ANALYSIS SYRINGES | GC AUTOSAMPLER SYRINGES
Perkin Elmer
AutoSystem
and Clarus
Syringes
Special Termination
P/N
Volume
Gauge
Length
Point
88040
5 µL
0.47 mm
70 mm
3
88035
5 µL
0.63 mm
70 mm
3
500 GC
Chromatography
and Analysis
Syringes
Shimadzu
Syringes
Removable Needle (RN)
AOC-9
Life Science
Syringes
Syringe and
Cleaning
Accessories
Shimadzu
Syringes
P/N
Volume
Gauge
Length
Point
87930
5 µL
26s ga
51 mm
2
80330
10 µL
26s ga
51 mm
2
Removable Needle (RN)
AOC-14,
AOC-17,
AOC-20
Syringe
Technical
Reference
P/N
Volume
Gauge
Length
Point
202630
5 µL
22s ga
43 mm
2
202640
10 µL
22s ga
43 mm
2
202643*
10 µL
23s ga
43 mm
AS
93898-01**
10 µL
23s ga
43 mm
AS
*Cemented Needle termination with metal flange
**Cemented Needle termination with a glass flange
Needles
Index
Point Styles
Point 2
Point 3
Point 4
Point 5
Point AS
52
Syringes
CHROMATOGRAPHY AND ANALYSIS SYRINGES | GC AUTOSAMPLER SYRINGES
Thermo
Finnigan
Syringes
AI/AS 3000
TRIPLUS
Thermo
Finnigan
Syringes
AS 800/2000
Thermo
Finnigan
Syringes
Introduction
Cemented Needle (N)
P/N
Volume
Gauge
Length
Point
204000
5 µL
26s ga
50 mm
2
204051
5 µL
26s ga
50 mm
AS
204001
10 µL
26s ga
50 mm
2
204052
10 µL
26s ga
50 mm
AS
General
Syringes
Chromatography
and Analysis
Syringes
Cemented Needle (N)
P/N
Volume
Gauge
Length
Point
80318
10 µL
26s ga
80 mm
AS
Life Science
Syringes
Syringe and
Cleaning
Accessories
Luer Tip Cemented Needle
P/N
Volume
Gauge
Length
Point
202660
2.5 mL
22 ga
56 mm
5
Syringe
Technical
Reference
HS 250, 500, 850
Needles
Index
53
Syringes
CHROMATOGRAPHY AND ANALYSIS SYRINGES | TLC SYRINGES
Introduction
General
Syringes
Chromatography
and Analysis
Syringes
Life Science
Syringes
Thin-Layer Chromatography
(TLC) Syringes
The first 19 mm of a Thin-Layer Chromatography
needle is coated with PTFE. The coating reduces
the surface tension between the needle and the
liquid, making it ideal for reproducible sample
Removable Needle (RN)
Cemented Needle (N)
Syringe and
Cleaning
Accessories
Syringe
Technical
Reference
spotting. The TLC syringe is available as a
cemented needle (SNTLC) or as a replacement
needle to be installed into a standard removable
needle (RN) syringe.
P/N
Volume
Gauge
Length
Point
80050
10 µL
26s ga
51 mm
3T
80250
25 µL
22s ga
51 mm
3T
80950
50 µL
22 ga
51 mm
3T
81050
100 µL
22 ga
51 mm
3T
P/N
Volume
Series
Needle
7653-01
10 µL
1700
8646-02
7654-01
25 µL
1700
8646-03
7655-01
50 µL
1700
8646-05
7656-01
100 µL
1700
8646-05
7657-01
250 µL
1700
8646-01
7658-01
500 µL
1700
8646-01
7649-01
1 mL
1000
8646-01
7650-01
2.5 mL
1000
8646-01
7651-01
5 mL
1000
8646-01
7652-01
10 mL
1000
8646-01
Needles
Index
54
Syringes
CHROMATOGRAPHY AND ANALYSIS SYRINGES | CARBON ANALYZER SYRINGES
Introduction
General
Syringes
Carbon Analyzer Syringes
These syringes are used for water analysis with Total
Organic Carbon (TOC) analyzers. TOC syringes
feature a unique termination that has a male, luer
tapered hub that is cemented on the syringe barrel.
This special termination is designed to fit precisely
into the inlet of a TOC analyzer. The wetted parts are
stainless steel and borosilicate glass. The plungers
and barrels are not interchangeable or replaceable.
Chromatography
and Analysis
Syringes
Life Science
Syringes
Special Termination
P/N
Volume
Gauge
Length
Point
80550
50 µL
24 ga
51 mm
3
80551
50 µL
26 ga
64 mm
3
80660
100 µL
24 ga
51 mm
3
80770
250 µL
24 ga
51 mm
3
Syringe and
Cleaning
Accessories
Syringe
Technical
Reference
Needles
Index
Point Styles
Point 2
Point 3
Point 4
Point 5
Point AS
55
Syringes
LIFE SCIENCE SYRINGES
Introduction
Life Science Syringes
General
Syringes
Hamilton Company offers a wide variety of syringes
for life science applications. From gel-loading
syringes to custom needles and specialized syringes
for animal injections, Hamilton has a solution for
many precision liquid handling applications.
Chromatography
and Analysis
Syringes
Life Science
Syringes
Syringe and
Cleaning
Accessories
Syringe
Technical
Reference
Needles
Index
56
SYRINGES BY SERIES
LIFE SCIENCE
| GASTIGHT
SYRINGES
SYRINGES
Neuros Syringes
Syringes Connected to:
Designed specifically
for lab animal
neuroscience injections.
Neuros precisely delivers
sample to the target with
minimal damage.
A variety of different
connections are available
for connecting small gauge
needles, glass capillaries,
and PEEK tubing to
Hamilton small hub
removable needle syringes.
Neuros Syringes
P. 58
Syringes Connected to:
Syringes
Introduction
General
Syringes
P. 60
Chromatography
and Analysis
Syringes
Specialty Syringes
Life Science
Syringes
Specialty syringes
include Threaded Plunger
Syringes, Gel-Loading
Syringes, and Micro
Pipetting Syringes
Syringe and
Cleaning
Accessories
Specialty Syringes
P. 64
Syringe
Technical
Reference
Needles
Index
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Syringes
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Introduction
General
Syringes
Neuros Syringes
Chromatography
and Analysis
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Technical
Reference
Hamilton Neuros syringe technology provides
unprecedented functionality for controlled
animal injections. The Neuros accurately
dispenses volumes between 50 nL and
100 μL through an ultrafine needle. Developed
specifically for neuroscience applications, the
Neuros enables the delivery of microvolumes
to an exact location while minimizing injection
site damage. Neuros syringes come with
two types of protective needle sleeves.
The sleeve with a blind stop is perfect for
cannulated applications and ensures targeted
The black needle sleeve is easy to see through the
barrel and indicates the exposed needle length.
administration with an adjustable penetration
depth. The version without a blind stop works
best with stereotaxic holders. Both models
provide an adjustable needle exposure
of 0 to 20 mm.
■■ Needle
rigidity improves insertion path accuracy
■■ Minimal
tissue damage reduces injection variability
■■ Reduced
■■ A
sample loss saves money and materials
fine gauge needle creates smaller injection sites
■■ Compatibility
with most infusion pumps and stereotaxic
holders means an easy integration into existing processes
The plunger for the 7000 series Neuros syringe is a
tungsten wire that extends the entire length of the
needle all the way to the tip, resulting in zero dead
volume. The 700 and 1700 series Neuros syringes
feature traditional plungers with 33 gauge needles
resulting in minimal dead volume.
Needles
Index
The Neuros adapter provides
support for the ultrafine gauge
needle. Its scale graduations
help you set the needle
exposure length.
Each Neuros syringe comes with two needle
sleeves—one with a blind stop (shown) for
cannulated applications and another without
that works best with stereotaxic holders. Both
sleeves increase needle rigidity and minimize
injection site damage.
Adjust the needle
exposure from
0 –20 mm by sliding
the needle sleeve in
and out by hand.
Tighten the nut
to secure.
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Neuros Syringe Assemblies
Neuros Replacement Parts
Introduction
P/N
Volume
Gauge
Point
Series
P/N
Volume
Gauge
Point
65457-01
0.5 µL
32 ga
3
7000
65461-01
Needle 5 – 100 µL – 6pk
33 ga
3
65457-02
0.5 µL
32 ga
4
7000
65461-02
Needle 5 – 100 µL – 6pk
33 ga
4
65458-01
1.0 µL
32 ga
3
7000
65460-01
Adapter Kit for 5 – 100 µL RN syringes
33 ga
3
65458-02
1.0 µL
32 ga
4
7000
65460-04
Adapter Kit for 5 – 100 µL RN syringes
33 ga
4
65459-01
2.0 µL
30 ga
3
7000
65459-02
2.0 µL
30 ga
4
7000
65460-02
5 µL
33 ga
3
700
65460-03
5 µL
33 ga
4
700
65460-05
10 µL
33 ga
3
1700
65460-06
10 µL
33 ga
4
1700
65460-10
25 µL
33 ga
3
1700
65460-11
25 µL
33 ga
4
1700
65460-15
50 µL
33 ga
3
1700
65460-16
50 µL
33 ga
4
1700
65460-20
100 µL
33 ga
3
1700
65460-21
100 µL
33 ga
4
1700
General
Syringes
No replacement parts are available for the
7000 Series Neuros Syringes.
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Needles
Index
Point Styles
Point 2
Point 3
Point 4
Point 5
Point AS
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LIFE SCIENCE SYRINGES | SYRINGES CONNECTED TO:
Introduction
General
Syringes
Syringes Connected to:
Chromatography
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Syringes
Small Gauge Needles, Glass Micro Pipettes, PE Tubing, and PEEK Tubing
Life Science
Syringes
Adapters
Life science applications often require connection of syringes to a variety of different needle
and tubing options. The accessories in this section enable a robust and low dead volume connection
to any RN syringe 100 µL and smaller.
Syringe with Small RN Termination
Small Gauge Needle
Syringe and
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PEEK Tubing
Glass Micro Pipette
Syringe
Technical
Reference
PE Tubing
Needles
Priming Your Tubing
Index
Connecting a small volume syringe to tubing adds dead volume and makes the system difficult
to prime. In these cases remove the plunger and use the priming kit to load buffer or mineral
oil through the back of the syringe. Visit page 63 for more information on Priming Kits.
Priming Kit
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Removeable Needle Syringes Without Needle
Introduction
These syringes have a robust, low dead volume connection that can
be used with all the needle and tubing connectors in this section.
P/N
Volume
Series
7632-01
2.5 µL
600
7633-01
5 µL
600
7634-01
5 µL
700
7635-01
10 µL
700
7653-01
10 µL
1700
7636-01
25 µL
700
7654-01
25 µL
1700
7637-01
50 µL
700
7655-01
50 µL
1700
7638-01
100 µL
700
7656-01
100 µL
1700
General
Syringes
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Accessories
Convert 7000 Series to Small RN Hub
For ultra-low dispense volumes the 7000 series syringes can be adapted to a removable
needle termination using the adapters below.
P/N 55752-01
P/N 55753-01
Syringe
Technical
Reference
25 Gauge 7000 Series Syringe
Needles
Knurled Hub Syringes
Index
P/N
Volume
Series
86250
0.5 µL
7000
80100
1.0 µL
7000
88400
2.0 µL
7000
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Introduction
Small Gauge Needles
General
Syringes
Fine gauge needles are used for animal
injections to limit tissue damage and sample
loss. Removable needles have minimal dead
volume and for this reason are recommended
over a luer or luer lock connection. These
needles are compatible with RN syringes
100 µL and smaller. At the time of ordering
specify the desired length and point style.
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Needles
Index
Small Hub Removable Needles
Glass Micro Pipettes
P/N
Gauge
Length
Point
207434
34 ga
10, 13, 25, or 38 mm
3 or 4
7803-05
33 ga
10 – 304 mm
2, 3, or 4
7803-04
32 ga
10 – 304 mm
2, 3, or 4
7803-03
31 ga
10 – 304 mm
2, 3, or 4
7803-07
30 ga
10 – 304 mm
2, 3, or 4
7803-06
29 ga
10 – 304 mm
2, 3, or 4
7803-02
28 ga
10 – 304 mm
2, 3, or 4
7803-01
27 ga
10 – 304 mm
2, 3, or 4
7804-04
26s ga
10 – 304 mm
2, 3, or 4
7804-03
26 ga
10 – 304 mm
2, 3, or 4
7804-10
25s ga
10 – 304 mm
2, 3, or 4
7804-05
25 ga
10 – 304 mm
2, 3, or 4
7804-08
24 ga
10 – 304 mm
2, 3, or 4
7804-09
23s ga
10 – 304 mm
2, 3, or 4
7804-07
23 ga
10 – 304 mm
2, 3, or 4
7804-02
22s ga
10 – 304 mm
2, 3, or 4
7804-01
22 ga
10 – 304 mm
2, 3, or 4
1 mm Compression Fitting
Glass micro pipettes are widely used in
neuroscience because the point can be pulled
to an incredibly small diameter and maintain
the rigidity to penetrate tissue. Additionally, the
dispense orifice exits from the very tip of the
needle so the wound track can be minimized.
P/N
Description
55750-01
RN Compression Fitting 1 mm
Hamilton does not offer 1 mm glass capillary tubing.
The 1 mm RN compression fitting allows for quick connection to standard 1 mm capillary glass.
Pull your own needle and attach it to an RN syringe without wax or glue.
PE Tubing
Needle Gauges for PE Tubing
Polyethylene (PE) tubing is frequently used for lab
animal applications. Connect PE tubing to a syringe
by pressing the tubing onto the tip of a needle. The
table shows the needle gauge that is properly sized
for a press fit with PE 10, PE 20, and PE 50 tubing.
Point Styles
Point 2
Point 3
Tubing Size
Compatible Needle Gauge
PE 10
30 ga
PE 20
27 ga
PE 50
23 or 23s ga
Point 4
Point 5
Point AS
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PEEK Tubing
Polyether ether ketone (PEEK) tubing is widely
used in chromatography for its small dead
volume, chemical biocompatibility, and high
pressure rating. These features also make
it ideal for lab animal applications. Use the
compression fitting to connect any 1/16th inch
(1.6 mm) outer diameter PEEK tubing to a
100 µL or smaller RN syringe.
Introduction
PEEK Compression Fittings
Part Number
Description
55751-01
RN Compression Fitting 1/16 inch
General
Syringes
Note: Hamilton does not sell PEEK tubing; it needs to be sourced
through a third party.
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Dual RN Coupler
Connect an RN needle to the end of PEEK tubing with the small RN to RN connector (P/N 55752-01).
P/N 55752-01
Life Science
Syringes
Priming Kit
Connecting glass or plastic tubing to a syringe
increases the dead volume and makes
priming difficult. This can be overcome by
removing the plunger and using the priming kit
to load or fill the system from the back. The kit
contains one 250 μL syringe (P/N 81120), one
six-pack of 30 gauge needles (P/N 90030),
and one pack of 25 septa (P/N 75826).
Priming Kit
P/N
Description
PRMKIT
Syringe Priming Kit
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Needles
Index
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LIFE SCIENCE SYRINGES | SPECIALTY SYRINGES
Introduction
General
Syringes
Specialty Syringes
Chromatography
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Syringes
Life Science
Syringes
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Accessories
Threaded Plunger
Syringes
Threaded Plunger Syringes
Threaded Plunger Syringes are used for precise
manual positioning of the plunger. Rotation of the
plunger aspirates or dispenses a defined volume
of liquid. The Luer Tip connection is compatible
with Kel-F Hub needles, tubing, and fittings.
Sleeve Type
Syringe
Technical
Reference
Needles
Index
P/N
Volume
Plunger Type
µL/Revolution
80266
25 µL
Sleeve Type
0.33 µL
81041
100 µL
Sleeve Type
1.32 µL
81242
500 µL
Threaded Plunger
6.62 µL
81341
1 mL
Threaded Plunger
13.23 µL
81441
2.5 mL
Threaded Plunger
37.79 µL
Threaded Plunger
Gel-Loading Syringes
Multi-Channel Gel-Loading Syringes (GLS)
are designed for multiplex DNA sequencing
methodologies. Rapidly transfer 1, 8, or 12
samples to sequencing gels, 96-well plates,
or nylon membranes. The fixed, 25 mm long,
blunt needles are spaced 9 mm apart and are
available with three needle outer diameters for
optimized sample transfers. The adjustable
volume stop allows faster, more accurate
reloading and excellent reproducibility.
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Gel-Loading Syringes (Cont.)
Cemented Needle Syringes
Introduction
Removable Needle Syringes
P/N
Description
Needle OD
P/N
Description
Needle OD
80081
Single Channel
0.2 mm
80091
Single Channel
0.2 mm
84505
Single Channel
0.3 mm
84711
8-Channel
0.2 mm
84504
Single Channel
0.4 mm
8651-01
Replacement Needle 6 pk
0.2 mm
84511
8-Channel
0.2 mm
8651-02
Replacement Needle
0.3 mm
84503
8-Channel
0.3 mm
8651-03
Replacement Needle
0.4 mm
84502
8-Channel
0.4 mm
84501
12-Channel
0.3 mm
84500
12-Channel
0.4 mm
Adjustable GelLoading Syringes
Adjustable, Multi-Channel Gel-Loading Syringes
(GLS) simplify and speed sample loading of 96lane gels. They are compatible with a 96-lane ABI
377 DNA sequencing instrument. These syringes
have an easy-to-use design for adjustment of
needle spacing from 9 mm to 10.8 mm.
Micro Syringe Pipette
Disposable tip pipetting for samples that are not
compatible with traditional polypropylene pipette
tips. The sample only wets the disposable PTFE
tip, eliminating sample cross-contamination.
The spring-loaded plunger and adjustable stops
ensure excellent reproducibility of volumes from
0.2 µL to 3 µL. The 19 mm electro-tapered
needle enables easy attachment of the PTFE tips.
General
Syringes
Chromatography
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Syringes
Adjustable Gel Loading Syringes
P/N
Description
Needle OD
Termination
84611
8-Channel Adjustable
0.2 mm
RN
78633
Replacement Needle 4 pk
0.2 mm
RN
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Micro Pipette and Tips
P/N
Description
84250
0.2 – 3 µL, Model 701 N Micro Syringe Pipette
84255
Disposable PTFE Tip – 100 pk
Needles
Index
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General
Syringes
SYRINGE AND CLEANING ACCESSORIES
Syringe and Cleaning Accessories
Hamilton manufactures a variety of syringe
accessories to improve or modify the functionality
of a standard syringe. We offer tools to prevent
plunger bending, to increase reproducibility, and
to clean the syringe for a prolonged lifetime.
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Syringes
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Needles
Index
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Plunger Support Accessories
Syringe and Needle Cleaning
For applications requiring
additional plunger support
and reproducibility,
Hamilton manufactures
several syringe series with
reinforced plungers as
well as plunger support
accessories that are
mounted to standard
syringe series.
Proper care and
maintenance is critical
for attaining maximum
syringe life. Hamilton offers
a variety of tools including
needle cleaning wires,
cleaning solutions, and
storage racks.
Plunger Support Accessories
P. 68
Syringe and Needle Cleaning
Syringe Termination Adapters
PB-600 Repeating Dispenser
Adapt the end of a
removable needle syringe
to a Luer or Luer Lock
connection or add a
septum or sample lock
valve to a Luer or
Luer Lock Syringe.
This syringe accessory
is used for precise
aliquot dispensing from
syringes between
10 µL to 2.5 mL.
Syringe Termination Adapters
Introduction
General
Syringes
P. 71
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P. 73
PB-600 Repeating Dispenser
P. 75
Syringe
Technical
Reference
Needles
Index
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Introduction
General
Syringes
Plunger Support Accessories
Chromatography
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Syringes
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Syringes
Syringe and
Cleaning
Accessories
Small plunger diameters and rapid dispense speeds occasionally lead to
misalignment and bent plungers. Hamilton offers several syringe series
and accessories to address plunger bending and improve syringe life.
Reproducibility (Chaney) Adapters
P. 69
Syringe Guides
P. 70
600 Series Syringes
Syringe
Technical
Reference
Needles
Index
Combines a thick plunger
to resist bending during
operation with a fine plunger
wire for small volume
accuracy (page 17).
800/1800 Series Syringes
A blue syringe holder is
attached to the back of
the syringe. The holder
has a thick plunger and
the smaller syringe plunger
is protected during operation
(page 18/page 23).
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Reproducibility (Chaney)
Adapters
The Hamilton Reproducibility (Chaney) Adapter
assures repetitive and identical syringe plunger
location. Once the stop rod is adjusted to
the desired fill volume the plunger can be
repeatedly positioned without continuously
reading the graduations.
Introduction
Reproducibility (Chaney) Adapters
General
Syringes
P/N
Volume
Series
14700
5 – 10 µL
700/1700
14725
25 – 500 µL
700/1700
32146
5 – 250 µL
800/1800
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Syringes Figure 4. 700/1700/7000 Series
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Stop Rod (in black)
Stop Button
Loosen the set screw and adjust
the Stop Rod until it hits the Stop
Button at the desired volume.
Press the Stop Button to engage
the stop, then release to dispense.
Stop Rod Set Screw
Stop Collar
Syringes Figure 5. 800/1800 Series
Adjust the Stop Collar until the
Stop Rod hits at the desired
volume. To dispense, rotate the
plunger so the Stop Rod travels
past the Dispense Flat
Syringe
Technical
Reference
Stop Rod
Syringe
Dispense Flat
Needles
Index
Syringes Figure 6. 1000 Series
Plunger Button and Chaney
Adapter Block Combined
Adjust the Stop Rod until it hits
the Syringe Flange at the desired
volume. To dispense, rotate the
plunger so the Stop Rod travels
past the dispense flat in the flange.
Syringe Flange
Stop Rod
Stop Rod
Set Screw
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SYRINGE AND CLEANING ACCESSORIES | PLUNGER SUPPORT ACCESSORIES
Reproducibility (Chaney) Adapters (Cont.)
7000 Series Built-in Chaney Adapters
General
Syringes
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Technical
Reference
1000 Series Built-in Chaney Adapter
P/N
Volume
Series
Length
Point
86252
0.5 µL
25 ga
70 mm
3
P/N
Volume
Series
Length
Point
51 mm
2
51 mm
2
51 mm
2
51 mm
2
80104
1 µL
25 ga
70 mm
3
81318
1 mL
22 ga
86204
1 µL
22 ga
70 mm
3
81324
1 mL
Luer Lock (TTL)
88404
2 µL
25 ga
70 mm
3
81418
2.5 mL
22 ga
2.5 mL
Luer Tip (LT)
88504
2 µL
23 ga
70 mm
3
81403
88004
5 µL
24 ga
70 mm
3
81424
2.5 mL
Luer Lock (TTL)
81518
5 mL
22 ga
81524
5 mL
Luer Lock (TTL)
81618
10 mL
22 ga
81624
10 mL
Luer Lock (TTL)
Syringe Guides
Syringe Guides
The Syringe Guide is a cost effective way
to prevent plunger damage during normal
syringe operation. The guide is compatible
with 700 and 1700 series syringes. It is
also compatible with 7000 series syringes
but requires the delicate removal and
reinsertion of the plunger wire. For this
reason the most popular 7000 series
syringes can be ordered preassembled
with the proper guide.
P/N
Volume
Series
14806
5 – 10 µL
700/1700
14906
25 – 500 µL
700/1700
7000 Series Built-in Syringe Guides
P/N
Volume
Gauge
Length
Point
86254
0.5 µL
25 ga
70 mm
3
80107
1 µL
25 ga
70 mm
3
86207
1 µL
22 ga
70 mm
3
88407
2 µL
25 ga
70 mm
3
88507
2 µL
23 ga
70 mm
3
88007
5 µL
24 ga
70 mm
3
Point 4
Point 5
Needles
Index
Point Styles
Point 2
Point 3
Point AS
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Introduction
General
Syringes
Syringe Storage and Cleaning
Chromatography
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Syringe Rack
P. 71
Needle Cleaning
Syringe Rack
The brushed stainless steel Syringe Rack
stores up to five 700, 1700, or 7000 series
syringes. The rack keeps your syringes from
making contact with other syringes and
minimizes the risk of sample contamination.
Prevent breakage on the benchtop or save
space by mounting to the wall.
Life Science
Syringes
P. 72
Syringe and
Cleaning
Accessories
Syringe Rack
P/N
Description
204880
5-Position Syringe Rack
Syringe
Technical
Reference
Needles
Index
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Introduction
Needle Cleaning
General
Syringes
Chromatography
and Analysis
Syringes
Life Science
Syringes
To clean syringes it is best to use a solvent
known to be effective in solvating. Ideally the
solvent would be non-alkaline, non-phosphate,
and non-detergent based. Hamilton offers
a biodegradable, non-phosphate, cleaning
concentrate that is suitable for many common
sample types.
For some needle obstructions, mechanical
cleaning may be necessary. For this purpose
Hamilton provides various sized tungsten
cleaning wires that can be threaded through
the needle to clear a blockage.
Needle Cleaning Kit
P/N
Volume
76620A
Kit includes 10 of each wire and 70 mL of concentrate
Cleaning Concentrate
P/N
Volume
18311
500 mL
18310
70 mL
Tungsten Cleaning Wires
P/N
For Gauges
Wire OD
Package
18304
22, 23 ga, and larger
0.306 mm
10 pk
18303
24 – 26 ga
0.207 mm
10 pk
18302
27 ga
0.167 mm
10 pk
18301
22s, 25s, and 28 – 30 ga
0.126 mm
10 pk
18300
26s and 31 – 33 ga
0.089 mm
10 pk
18306
23s ga
0.076 mm
10 pk
See “Syringe Care and Use” in the technical reference
section for cleaning tips on page 77.
Syringe and
Cleaning
Accessories
Syringe
Technical
Reference
Needles
Index
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SYRINGE AND CLEANING ACCESSORIES | SYRINGE TERMINATION ADAPTERS
Introduction
General
Syringes
Syringe Termination Adapters
Chromatography
and Analysis
Syringes
Removable Needle to Luer Adapters
P. 73
250 µL or Larger
Inert Sampling Valve
P. 74
Septum Adapter
P. 74
Removable Needle to
Luer Adapters
These adapters convert a Hamilton specific
termination to an industry standard luer
connection. They are compatible with
SampleLock (SL) or Removable Needle
(RN) syringes 250 µL and larger. The internal
diameter is 1 mm making it possible to spike
samples with an internal standard using a
26 gauge needle or smaller.
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RN to Luer Adapters
P/N
Description
35081
Female Luer Lock
35083
Male Luer Lock
35080
Male Luer
Syringe
Technical
Reference
Needles
Male Luer Lock
Index
Male Luer
Female Luer Lock
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Introduction
Inert Sampling Valve
General
Syringes
The Inert Sampling Valve is a lever-actuated
on/off valve used for storing and transporting
samples. Connect to a Gastight syringe via
the female luer lock, and use the male luer to
attach to a needle, adapter, or tubing assembly.
The valve is autoclavable with a 1 mm internal
diameter and a pressure rating up to 0.7 MPa.
Inert Gas Sampling Valve
P/N
Description
86580
MTB Sampling Valve
Chromatography
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Syringes
Septum Adapter
Life Science
Syringes
The Septum Adapter turns any luer syringe into a
sealed reaction container. Samples can be added
or removed from the sealed container using
another syringe to pierce the replaceable septum.
Luer Lock Septum Adapter
P/N
Description
31335
Adapter and 12 septa
75810
Replacement Septa 12 pk
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Accessories
Syringe
Technical
Reference
Needles
Index
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SYRINGE AND CLEANING ACCESSORIES | PB-600 REPEATING DISPENSER
Introduction
General
Syringes
PB-600 Repeating Dispenser
The PB-600 Repeating Dispenser is a low cost
high accuracy accessory for repetitive dispensing.
Each press of the button dispenses 1/50th of
the syringe volume. The repeating dispenser
is compatible with the cemented needle (N),
removable needle (RN), luer tip (LT), or PTFE
Luer Lock (TLL) syringes from 10 µL to 2.5 mL.
Syringes are sold separately.
Chromatography
and Analysis
Syringes
PB-600 Repeating Dispenser
P/N
83700
Dispense
Syringe
0.2 µL
10 µL
Series
1700 Series
0.5 µL 25 µL
700/1700 Series
1 µL
50 µL
700/1700 Series
2 µL 100 µL
700/1700 Series
5 µL
250 µL
700/1700 Series
10 µL
500 µL
700/1700 Series
20 µL 1 mL
1000 Series
50 µL 2.5 mL
1000 Series
Life Science
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Technical
Reference
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Index
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Syringes
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SYRINGE TECHNICAL REFERENCES
Syringe Technical Reference
The Syringe Technical Reference section
includes detailed information on the operation,
maintenance, and physical properties of most
Hamilton syringes. The information is intended
as a general guideline. For specific details
on a part number or application search for
the part number on our website or contact
a local Hamilton representative.
Syringe Care and Use
Daily Use Protocol, Plunger Care,
Needle Care
P. 77, P. 79,
P. 79
Syringe Specifications
Operating Parameters, Syringe Dimensions,
Graduations
P. 80, P. 80,
P. 81
Syringe Replacement Parts
800, 1000,
1700, 1800,
7000 Series, Super Syringe
P. 82, P. 83,
P. 83, P. 83,
P. 84, P. 84
Sterilization and Disinfection
P. 85
Frequently Asked Questions
P. 86
Syringe Calibration
Equipment and Materials, Calibration Procedure,
Calculating Accuracy and Precision
P. 89, P. 90,
P. 91
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Introduction
General
Syringes
Syringe Care and Use
Chromatography
and Analysis
Syringes
Operation of a syringe is relatively straight forward but there are some tips and
tricks that will improve the performance and longevity of Hamilton syringes.
This section is dedicated to best practices of operating and maintaining a syringe.
Daily Use Protocol
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Syringes
P. 77
Step-by-step guide to syringe inspection, operation, cleaning, and storage.
Plunger Care
Syringe and
Cleaning
Accessories
P. 79
The dos and don’ts of plunger maintenance.
Needle Care
P. 79
Tips on needle selection, inspection, and care.
Syringe
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Daily Use Protocol
Step 1
Inspection
Before each use, thoroughly inspect the
syringe for damage such as cracks and
dried residue. Check the needle point for
burrs from previous experiments. Do not
use a needle with burrs. Burrs may tear
GC septa leading to sample loss or poor
peak shape.
Step 2
Grip
Needles
Avoid variations in liquid
measure due to body heat
by grasping the syringe
flange and plunger as you
draw and dispense fluids.
Syringes should be used at a constant temperature. Accuracy
and reproducibility specifications are determined at 25 °C.
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Daily Use Protocol (Cont.)
Step 3
General
Syringes
Priming
Eliminate compressible trapped air by completely priming
the syringe with sample. Immerse the needle point 2 mm
to 3 mm into the sample solution. Then rapidly draw and
dispense sample into the syringe until bubbles are no
longer visible in the syringe barrel. Alternatively, remove air
bubbles by turning the barrel upright and allowing the air
bubbles to rise to the needle exit. Then dispense both the
air bubbles and the sample.
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Step 4
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Step 5
Index
The preferred cleaning agents are non-alkaline, nonphosphate, and non-detergent based. Hamilton offers a
biodegradable, non-phosphate, organic Cleaning Solution
Concentrate (P/N 18311).
Storage
Store the syringe in its original packaging or the Syringe Rack
(P/N 204880) to protect against breakage.
Required Volume
Final Dispensing Volume
Step 6
Rinse the syringe with a cleaning solvent known to solubilize
the sample. Then rinse with deionized water, and finally
rinse with high purity acetone. Allow time for the acetone
to evaporate before storing the syringe. Do not soak or
submerge the entire syringe in any cleaning agent.
Step 8
Slowly dispense the excess sample until only the required
volume of sample remains in the syringe. Visually check to see
that the syringe scale and sample meniscus are parallel. It is
optional to clean the exterior surface of the needle with a lintfree tissue. Avoid wicking sample with the tissue by making
sure it does not come in contact with the needle opening.
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Overfilling
Fill the syringe with
a small amount of
excess liquid.
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Accessories
Step 7
Final Dispense
Dispense the final sample volume into an
appropriate vessel.
Step 9
Solvent Compatibility
The adhesive used to affix needles and hubs to Hamilton
Microliter and Gastight syringes is the most chemically
resistant available. However, with prolonged exposure, some
solvents may attack and deteriorate this highly resistant
adhesive. In particular, caution should be exercised with
solvents containing halogenated hydrocarbons such as
dichloromethane (methylene chloride). For applications
using these solvents, Removable Needle (RN) syringes are
recommended because no adhesive is present
in the fluid path.
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Plunger Care
Needle Care
Plungers are made of solid stock material and push the
sample out of the syringe. Hamilton makes two types
of plungers. The plungers on Microliter syringes are
hand-fitted and are only liquid-tight. The plungers are not
replaceable for Microliter syringes except for the 7000
series. The plungers on Gastight syringes have a PTFE
tip and are replaceable. The PTFE tip creates a gas-tight
fit against the interior of the glass barrel, making these
syringes ideal for gases and liquids.
Use extreme caution in handling needles to avoid
bending, contamination, or accidental personal injury.
A variety of needle point styles and lengths are offered
to meet the requirements of different applications. All
Hamilton needles are electro-polished to assure
smooth and burr-free products.
Dry Microliter Syringes
Always pull liquid into a syringe barrel to wet the interior
surface. Avoid unnecessary moving or pumping of the
plunger in a dry syringe. Excessive dry pumping increases
plunger wear, shortens syringe life expectancy, and may
lead to damage beyond repair.
Needles are designed to draw samples of normal
viscosity. Samples with higher viscosity may need
to be diluted. You may also consider using a needle
with a larger inner diameter.
Accidental Plunger Removal
Needle Bending
If the plunger is inadvertently removed from the syringe
barrel, wipe it carefully with a lint-free tissue. Reinsert
the plunger into the barrel and pump deionized water
or acetone through the needle and syringe. In the case
of Gastight plungers, dip the PTFE plunger tip into
deionized water to re-wet it prior to reinserting the
plunger into the barrel.
Avoid bending needles by selecting the largest needle
outside diameter suitable for your application. Generally,
bent needles cannot be straightened adequately for
reliable operation.
If the plunger feels like it is binding or rough, it may be
soiled or bent. Do not apply force to move a plunger. Too
much pressure can irretrievably bend the plunger or crack
the syringe glass barrel. Try using an appropriate solvent
and wiping with a lint-free cloth.
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Dead Volume
Avoid touching the plunger with your fingers. Abrasions,
scratches, or oil due to handling the plunger with your
fingers may interfere with proper plunger operation.
Binding Plungers
General
Syringes
Sample Viscosity
Once your sample is dispensed, a small residual amount
of sample remains in the needle. The amount of dead
volume depends on the needle inner diameter and
termination style. For example, with cemented or removal
needles, the dead volume is generally less than 1 μL for
small volume syringes and as much as 6.8 μL for large
volume syringes.
Touching the Plunger
Introduction
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Accessories
Needle Burrs and Surface
Burrs, rough edges at the needle opening, and a rough
needle surface can be removed by gently rubbing with a
fine emery cloth or fine carborundum paper. Make sure to
thoroughly rinse and dry the needle before using.
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Clogged Needles
For a partially clogged needle, flush the syringe with
an appropriate solvent to solubilize the clog. For a
completely clogged needle, do not attempt to clean by
forcing liquid or compressed air through the syringe.
Excessive pressure could split the glass barrel.
Alternatively, use the Hamilton Needle Cleaning Kit (P/N
76620A). Start by using the cleaning wires to dislodge
any foreign material. Then flush with the Cleaning Solution
Concentrate to further dissolve the clog. Once the clog
is removed, rinse the syringe and needle thoroughly with
deionized water. Wipe the exterior surfaces of the syringe
barrel and needle dry with a lint-free tissue. Make sure
that there is no residual cleaning agent in the syringe
before using or storing the syringe.
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Introduction
General
Syringes
Syringe Specifications
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Syringes
Syringe and
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Accessories
Operating Parameters
Syringe Dimensions
Operating temperature and pressure varies based on
syringe size, plunger type, and syringe termination. In
the table below are the general operating parameters
for Hamilton syringes. Part number specific data sheets
are available by searching the part number at
www.hamiltoncompany.com.
Most Hamilton syringes are standardized to a 60 mm plunger
stroke length, and where possible, the same barrel outer
diameter is used. For each syringe volume the inner diameter
will change to accommodate the desired dispense volume.
Syringe Dimensions
Operating Parameters
Volume
Volume
Barrel OD
Barrel ID
Stroke Length
0.5 µL
7.8 mm
0.104 mm*
60 mm
Series
Pressure
Temperarture
1.0 µL
7.8 mm
0.145 mm*
60 mm
7000
41 MPa
10 – 115 °C1
2.0 µL
7.8 mm
0.206 mm*
60 mm
600
14 MPa
10 – 115 °C1
2.5 µL
6.6 mm
0.34 mm
27 mm
700
14 MPa
10 – 115 °C1
5 µL 600 Series
6.6 mm
0.48 mm
27 mm
800
14 MPa
10 – 115 °C1
5 µL 700, 800 Series
6.6 mm
0.34 mm
54 mm
1700
7 MPa
10 – 115 °C1
5 µL 7000 Series
7.8 mm
0.325 mm*
60 mm
1800
7 MPa
10 – 115 °C1
10 µL 700, 800 Series
6.6 mm
0.49 mm
54 mm
700
7 MPa
10 – 115 °C1
10 µL 1700, 1800 Series
6.6 mm
0.46 mm
60 mm
800
7 MPa
10 – 115 °C1
25 µL
7.7 mm
0.73 mm
60 mm
1700
7 MPa
10 – 115 °C1
50 µL
7.7 mm
1.03 mm
60 mm
1800
7 MPa
10 – 115 °C
1
100 µL
7.7 mm
1.40 mm
60 mm
700
7 MPa
10 – 115 °C
1
250 µL
7.7 mm
2.30 mm
60 mm
800
7 MPa
10 – 115 °C
1
500 µL
7.7 mm
3.26 mm
60 mm
1700
3 MPa
10 – 115 °C
1
1.0 mL
9.0 mm
4.61 mm
60 mm
1800
3 MPa
10 – 115 °C
1
2.5 mL – Thin Wall
9.7 mm
7.29 mm
60 mm
1000
1 MPa
10 – 115 °C1
2.5 mL
10.3 mm
7.29 mm
60 mm
25 – 100 mL
1000
0.7 MPa
10 – 80 °C
5 mL
13.5 mm
10.30 mm
60 mm
0.5 – 2 L
Super Syringe
0.2 MPa
0 – 80 °C
10 mL
17.7 mm
14.57 mm
60 mm
25 mL
27.1 mm
23.03 mm
60 mm
50 mL
36.9 mm
32.54 mm
60 mm
100 mL
36.9 mm
32.54 mm
120 mm
500 mL
75 mm
62 mm
166 mm
0.5 – 10 µL
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25 – 100 µL
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250 µL – 10 mL
Index
If the syringe termination is a cemented needle or luer tip cemented
needle then the maximum temperature is 50 °C.
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Syringe Dimensions (Cont.)
Syringe Dimensions (Cont.)
Volume
Barrel OD
Barrel ID
Stroke Length
1.0 L
100 mm
87 mm
167 mm
1.5 L
100 mm
87 mm
250 mm
2.0 L
100 mm
87 mm
334 mm
*F or the 7000 series syringes the ID measurement is based
on the OD of the plunger wire.
Graduations
Introduction
All manual Hamilton syringes have silkscreened
graduations to assist in the precise positioning of
the plunger. To simplify reading of the silkscreen
there are three different types of graduation
marks: major, minor, and sub-minor.
General
Syringes
Graduations
Syringes Figure 7. Syringe dimensions
Outer
Diameter
Stroke
Length
Volume
Major
Minor
Sub-minor
0.5 µL
0.05 µL
0.01 µL
0.005 µL
0.01 µL
1 µL
0.1 µL
0.02 µL
2 µL
0.2 µL
0.04 µL
0.02 µL
2.5 µL
0.5 µL
0.1 µL
0.05 µL
0.1 µL
5 µL 600 Series
1.0 µL
0.2 µL
5 µL
0.5 µL
0.1 µL
0.05 µL
10 µL
1.0 µL
0.2 µL
0.1 µL
25 µL
2.5 µL
0.5 µL
0.25 µL
50 µL
5.0 µL
1.0 µL
0.5 µL
100 µL
10 µL
2.0 µL
1.0 µL
250 µL
25 µL
5.0 µL
2.5 µL
500 µL
50 µL
10 µL
5.0 µL
1 mL
100 µL
20 µL
10 µL
2.5 mL
250 µL
50 µL
25 µL
5.0 mL
500 µL
100 µL
50 µL
10 mL
1,000 µL
200 µL
100 µL
25 mL
2,500 µL
500 µL
250 µL
500 µL
50 mL
5,000 µL
1,000 µL
100 mL
5,000 µL
1,000 µL
500 µL
0.5 – 2.0 L
100 mL
20 mL
N/A
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Major Graduation
Inner
Diameter
Minor Graduation
Sub-minor Graduation
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Introduction
General
Syringes
Syringe Replacement Parts
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Syringes
A limited selection of replacement parts and accessories are available for
Hamilton syringes. For Gastight syringes most common plungers are available.
For Microliter syringes the plunger is hand-fit to the barrel so a replacement
plunger is not offered.
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Removable Needle Nut
All Removable Needle (RN) syringes use part number 30902 for the replacement nut.
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800 Series Syringe
Replacement Parts
Barrel/Plunger Assembly
Holder Assembly
P/N
Volume
32135
5 – 250 µL
Index
P/N
Volume
Termination
Gauge
32150
5 µL
Cemented Needle
26s ga
32134
5 µL
Removable Needle
No Needle
32151
10 µL
Cemented Needle
26s ga
32165
10 µL
Removable Needle
26s ga
32129
10 µL
Removable Needle
No Needle
32166
25 µL
Removable Needle
22s ga
32117
25 µL
Removable Needle
No Needle
32120
50 µL
Removable Needle
No Needle
32168
100 µL
Removable Needle
22s ga
32123
100 µL
Removable Needle
No Needle
32169
250 µL
Removable Needle
22s ga
32126
250 µL
Removable Needle
No Needle
Note: All included needles are 51 mm long with a point style 2.
Point Styles
Point 2
Point 3
Point 4
Point 5
Point AS
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1000 Series Syringe
Replacement Parts
1800 Series Syringe
Replacement Parts
Spindle/Tip Assembly
Holder Assembly
P/N
Volume
52343-01
100 mL
Plunger Assembly
Introduction
General
Syringes
P/N
Volume
32135
10 – 250 µL
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Plunger Assembly
P/N
Volume
1359-01
1 mL
1360-01
2.5 mL
P/N
Volume
5 mL
32193
10 µL
13231
10 mL
1160-01
25 µL
13271
25 mL
1161-01
50 µL
13272
50 mL
1161-02
100 µL
4871-01
250 µL
13230
1700 Series Syringe
Replacement Parts
Plunger Assembly
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Glass Barrel
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Accessories
P/N
Volume
Termination
Gauge
32175
10 µL
Cemented Needle
26s ga
32187
10 µL
Removable Needle
No Needle
32188
25 µL
Removable Needle
No Needle
32189
50 µL
Removable Needle
No Needle
32190
100 µL
Removable Needle
No Needle
32191
250 µL
Removable Needle
No Needle
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Reference
Note: All included needles are 51 mm long with a point style 2.
P/N
Volume
Plunger Stop
13205
10 µL
No
1122-01
25 µL
No
13269
25 µL
Yes
1162-01
50 µL
No
1117-01
50 µL
Yes
1162-02
100 µL
No
1117-02
100 µL
Yes
1162-03
250 µL
No
1117-03
250 µL
Yes
1169-01
500 µL
No
1120-01
500 µL
Yes
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7000 Series Syringe
Replacement Parts
Super Syringe
Replacement Parts
Plunger Replacement Parts
Replacement Plunger and Needle Assemblies
P/N
Volume
Gauge
Length
Point
17887
0.5 µL
25 ga
70 mm
2
17187
0.5 µL
25 ga
100 mm
3
86258
0.5 µL
32 ga
70 mm
3
17888
1.0 µL (7001)
25 ga
70 mm
2
17188
1.0 µL (7001)
25 ga
70 mm
3
17890
1.0 µL (7101)
22 ga
70 mm
2
17190
1.0 µL (7101)
22 ga
70 mm
3
17891
2.0 µL (7002)
25 ga
70 mm
2
17191
2.0 µL (7002)
25 ga
70 mm
3
17192
2.0 µL (7102)
23 ga
70 mm
3
17893
5.0 µL
24 ga
70 mm
2
17193
5.0 µL
24 ga
70 mm
3
P/N
Volume
18007
0.5 – 2.0 L
Description
Piston Rod Knob
18005
0.5 – 1.0 L
Piston Rod
18053
0.5 L
Piston Disk
18054
1.0 – 2.0 L
Piston Disk
16160
0.5 L
Piston Disk O-ring
16161
1.0 – 2.0 L
Piston Disk O-ring
The 7000 series syringes have a plunger wire
that runs inside the needle. The kit comes with
a replacement plunger and needle so both can
be changed at the same time. The plunger wire
is extremely delicate and care must be taken not
to cause damage during installation.
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Index
Point Styles
Point 2
Point 3
Point 4
Point 5
Point AS
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Introduction
General
Syringes
Sterilization and Disinfection
Cycling a syringe in an autoclave can result
in damage caused by the metal and glass
parts expanding at different rates. The table
below shows the recommended chemicals
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for disinfection and the syringe types that can
withstand repeated autoclave cycles. As an
alternative to the autoclave, all glass syringes
can be sterilized using ethylene oxide.
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Sterilization and Disinfection Table
Product
Autoclave Sterilization
Chemical Disinfection1
Cemented Needle Syringes
No
Yes, no bleach
Luer Tip Cemented Needle Syringes
No
Yes, no bleach
Fixed Needle Syringes
No
Yes, no bleach
Luer Tip Syringes
Yes
Yes
PTFE Luer Lock Syringes
Yes, except 25 mL and larger
Yes
Removable Needle Syringes
Yes
Yes, no bleach
Knurled Hub Syringes
Yes
Yes
SampleLock Syringes
No
Yes, no bleach
ChemSeal Syringes
Yes
Yes
Carbon Analyzer Syringes
No
Yes, no bleach
Constant Rate Syringes
No
Yes, no bleach
Neuros Syringes
Yes
Yes
Removable Needles (18 – 26s gauge)
Yes
Yes
Removable Needles (27 – 34 gauge)
Yes
Yes
Metal Hub Needles
Yes
Yes
Kel-F Hub Needles
Yes
Yes
PTFE Tubing
Yes
Yes
Kel-F Fittings
Yes
Yes
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Index
Recommended disinfecting chemicals are Microcide SQ ® (P/N 3995-01), 10% bleach, acetone, or ethanol.
1
Syringes should be disassembled prior to autoclaving at 120 °C for 20 min.
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Introduction
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Syringes
Frequently Asked Questions
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Needles
Index
Below is a list of commonly asked questions. Find your question and then turn to the page to
see the answer. If your question is not listed please contact your Hamilton representative.
Syringe Questions
Needle Questions
1
What is the accuracy of Hamilton syringes?
P. 87
10
How do I find my needle for my syringe?
P. 88
2
Can Hamilton syringes be used on humans?
P. 87
11
Is the needle dead volume part of the
total volume of the dispensed fluid?
P. 88
3
re the plungers for the Microliter syringes
A
(600, 700, and 800 series) interchangeable?
P. 87
12
What does the “s” mean in
a 22s or 26s gauge needle?
P. 88
4
he plungers on the 700 series syringes
T
move when very little force is applied.
Can this be prevented?
P. 87
13
Does Hamilton offer a needle sheath?
P. 88
5
What are the most versatile
syringes made by Hamilton?
P. 87
14
an disposable needles work
C
with Hamilton syringes?
P. 88
6
Why doesn’t my RN adapter
fit into my RN syringe?
P. 87
7
ow do I adjust the needle exposure
H
on my Neuros syringe?
P. 87
8
o the 7000 Series Neuros syringes
D
have replacement parts?
P. 87
9
How do you backfill syringes?
P. 87
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Syringe Questions
Introduction
What is the accuracy
1
of Hamilton syringes?
Why doesn’t my RN adapter
6
fit onto my RN syringe?
Hamilton syringes are manufactured to be accurate
within ±1% of nominal volume, and with precision
within 1%, measured at 80% of total scale volume.
Our ISO 9001-2008 certified Quality System uses
rigorous testing and quality checks to ensure the
highest levels of accuracy and precision. To obtain
a syringe-specific certificate the syringe must be
purchased as a Calibrated Syringe (page 26).
The RN adapters are compatible with any SampleLock
syringes or with Removable Needle syringes between
250 µL – 10 mL. If the proper size syringe is being used
it is possible that the white ferrule from the previously
installed needle is still stuck in the hub. This must be
removed prior to installation of the RN adapter.
Can Hamilton syringes
2
be used on humans?
No, Hamilton syringes are labeled “Not for Human
Use”. To discuss potential off label uses for Hamilton
syringes please contact us.
Are the plungers for the Microliter
3
syringes (600, 700, and 800 series)
interchangeable?
No, each plunger is hand-fitted to the corresponding
syringe barrel. Be very careful to keep each plunger
with its original syringe barrel in order to maximize
syringe performance.
The plungers on the 700 series
4
syringes move when very little force
is applied. Can this be prevented?
The plungers on Microliter syringes are designed
to move freely to enable rapid injection into a GC.
If more resistance is desired a Gastight syringe is
recommended. The Gastight plunger uses a plastic
seal between the plunger and syringe barrel, resulting
in additional drag force to move the plunger.
What are the most versatile
5
syringes made by Hamilton?
In our opinion, Gastight syringes with the Removable
Needle termination are the most versatile. The plungers
and the needles are replaceable if they get bent
or wear out. Additionally, the dead volume of the
Removable Needle termination is as small as a
Cemented Needle syringe which is critical for small
volume syringes.
How do I adjust the needle exposure
7
on my Neuros syringe?
To expose the needle loosen the RN nut on the end
of the adapter, and then gently push the needle sleeve
down. Be careful not to put your finger over the needle
hole when moving the needle sleeve down. Sometimes
the needle sleeve may be a little tight when using it for
the first time.
Do the 7000 series Neuros syringes
8
have replacement parts?
No, due to the design of the 7000 series needle
plunger assembly the 7000 series Neuros
syringes do not have any replacement parts.
9
General
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How do you backfill syringes?
Backfilling a syringe can be useful when the syringe
is connected to a needle or tubing with a large dead
volume. Excessive dead volume makes the system
difficult to prime and filling from the back may be
the only option. Backfilling should not be used if the
needle is clogged because reinsertion of the plunger
can result in excessive backpressure and a cracked
syringe barrel.
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Technical
Reference
To backfill a Hamilton syringe, simply remove the
plunger and load the solution from the back using a
second syringe. Once the air bubbles are flushed out
remove the second syringe and reinsert the plunger.
For this purpose Hamilton offers a Priming Kit
(P/N PRMKIT) which is recommended for syringes
as small as 5 µL.
Note: This procedure is valid for 700
and 1700 series syringes only.
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SYRINGE TECHNICAL REFERENCES | FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Introduction
Needle Questions
General
Syringes
Chromatography
and Analysis
Syringes
Life Science
Syringes
Syringe and
Cleaning
Accessories
Syringe
Technical
Reference
How do I find a needle
10
for my syringe?
Does Hamilton offer
13
a needle sheath?
Use the tutorial on page 9 to determine what
needles are compatible with your syringe. Then
turn to the Needles section to find a part number.
No, Hamilton does not offer a needle sheath.
Our syringes are not for human use, and our
needles do not come with a medical point.
If a sheath is required it is possible to buy a
third party Luer Lock needle and attach it to
a Hamilton Luer Tip or Luer Lock syringe.
Is the needle dead volume
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part of the total volume of
the dispensed fluid?
No, the liquid in the needle is not part of the dispense
volume. The needle contains a constant dead volume
throughout the aspirate and dispense steps.
When performing a GC injection one thing to consider
is that the sample is aspirated at room temperature.
When the sample is dispensed the needle starts to
warm up to the temperature of the GC inlet. If the
sample trapped in the needle is volatile it may begin
to expand and result in the introduction of additional
sample into the GC. To minimize this effect it is critical
that the injection timing is the same for all injections.
Can disposable needles work
14
with Hamilton syringes?
Yes, our Luer Tip (LT) and PTFE Luer Lock (TLL)
syringes can accept most industry standard
disposable luer lock needles.
What does the “s” mean in
12
a 22s or 26s gauge needle?
For needles the gauge indicates the outer diameter
of the needle tubing. The difference between a 26
gauge needle and a 26s gauge needle is the
thickness of the tubing wall. The “s” needles have a
thicker wall which results in a more rigid needle and
a smaller dead volume. Smaller dead volume needles
come standard on small volume syringes to make
them practical to prime.
A table of available needle gauges and their
dimensions can be found on page 119.
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SYRINGE TECHNICAL REFERENCES | SYRINGE CALIBRATION
Introduction
General
Syringes
Syringe Calibration
This syringe calibration procedure is based
on determining the mass of deionized water
samples delivered by the syringe. True volume
is calculated based on the density of water at
Equipment
and Materials
Step 1
Laboratory balances required for the test method should
meet or exceed the following performance specifications
and should be regularly maintained and calibrated with the
appropriate N.I.S.T. traceable weights.
Test Volume (µL)
Balance Sensitivity (mg)
1 – 10
0.001
10 – 100
0.01
100 – 1,000
0.1
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and Analysis
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the calibration temperature. This method is
not recommended for volumes below 2 μL.
There is no upper volume limit.
Life Science
Syringes
Step 3
Use a weighing vessel that has a total volume 12 to 40 times
larger than the test volume, or 500 μL, whichever is larger (this
is for evaporation control). If possible, use a cover that fits over
the outside of the vessel top (do NOT allow the cover to come
into contact with the test liquid). The vessel should be plastic,
glass, metal, or some other non-porous material. The crosssectional area of the opening should be as small as possible
to further minimize evaporation.
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Step 4
Handle the vessel with forceps or tweezers.
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Step 5
Step 2
Use a balance table, or suitable equivalent to
minimize vibration.
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Use deionized water that has equilibrated to
room temperature.
Step 6
se a calibrated thermometer to measure the
U
temperature of the water.
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Introduction
Calibration Procedure
Step 1
General
Syringes
Allow all test materials to equilibrate to room temperature
(Note: For best results, this procedure should be performed
at 22 °C – 26 °C.)
Step 7
Weigh 10 samples into the weighing vessel and record each
sample mass after delivery. Replicate all motions and time
intervals in each sampling cycle as precisely as possible.
Keep the distance between the balance and the syringe
to a minimum.
Step 8
Step 2
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and Analysis
Syringes
Measure and record the water temperature.
Place a small amount of deionized water in the weighing
vessel (between 2 and 30 test volumes).
Step 3
Life Science
Syringes
ill a reservoir with deionized water and aspirate water into
F
the syringe. Remove any bubbles by slowly aspirating and
quickly dispensing the water several times.
Step 4
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lace the weighing vessel on the balance pan
P
and close the door of the balance chamber.
Step 5
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Technical
Reference
spirate the sample to be measured. Hamilton
A
uses 80% of the nominal volume for calibration.
Step 6
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Index
are the balance. Retrieve the weighing vessel from
T
the balance chamber, dispense the volume of water,
and return the vessel to the balance pan, closing the
door to the weighing chamber. Record the mass of
the deionized water.
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SYRINGE TECHNICAL REFERENCES | SYRINGE CALIBRATION
Calculating Accuracy
and Precision
Step 4
Introduction
Calculate the standard deviation (STDEV)
of the calculated volumes:
Step 1
STDEV =
∑( Vi – Vavg ) 2
10
Calculate the volume of each dispense (Vi ) by dividing
each mass value by the density of water at the measured
temperature. Refer to the table below for density values.
Density of Water at Various Temperatures
°C
g/mL
18
0.998595
19
0.998405
20
0.998203
21
0.997992
22
0.997770
23
0.997538
24
0.997296
25
0.997044
26
0.996783
27
0.996512
28
0.996232
29
0.995944
30
0.995646
General
Syringes
Step 5
Chromatography
and Analysis
Syringes
Determine the precision (coefficient of variation – CV):
CV (%) =
STDEV
Vavg
x 100%
Life Science
Syringes
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Data from CRC Handbook of Chemistry and Physics,
50th Edition, 1969, page F-4
Step 2
Calculate the average dispensed volume from the
individual dispensed volumes, Vi (where i is 1 to 10):
Vavg =
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( V1+V2+V3+...+V10 )
10
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Step 3
Index
Calculate the syringe accuracy (where V0
is equal to the expected dispense volume):
Accuracy (%) =
( Vavg – V0 )
V0
x 100%
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NOTES
Introduction
General
Syringes
Chromatography
and Analysis
Syringes
Life Science
Syringes
Syringe and
Cleaning
Accessories
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Reference
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Hamilton Reference Guide
Needles
Needles
Introduction
NEEDLES | TABLE OF CONTENTS
Needles
Introduction................................................... 95
I have a syringe, which needle do I need?............................... 96
Luer Lock
Needles
Needles 101: Definitions and Terminology................................97
Needles............................................................ 102
Luer Lock Needles.................................................................104
Kel-F Hub Needles..........................................................105
Removable
Needles
Metal Hub Needles.........................................................106
Removable Needles...............................................................107
Large Hub Removable Needles......................................108
Small Hub Removable Needles.......................................109
Specialty Needles.................................................................. 110
Specialty
Needles
Stainless Steel Tubing..................................................... 110
Glass Micro Pipettes....................................................... 111
Thin-Layer Chromatography (TLC) Needles.................... 111
Gel-Loading Needles...................................................... 112
PEEK Needles................................................................. 112
Needle
Cleaning
Accessories
Valve Port Needles.......................................................... 112
Needle Cleaning Accessories................................................. 113
Needle Cleaning Kit........................................................ 113
Cleaning Concentrate Solution....................................... 113
Tungsten Cleaning Wires................................................ 113
Needle
Technical
Reference
Needle Technical Reference................ 114
Needle Care and Use............................................................. 115
Sterilization and Disinfection................................................... 118
Gauge Index........................................................................... 119
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Index
Syringes........................................................... 2
Index.................................................................. 120
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NEEDLES | INTRODUCTION
Needles
Hamilton needles are manufactured with top quality
materials and skilled workmanship ensuring the
highest possible performance for reliable analyses.
With proper care and handling, Hamilton needles
provide unsurpassed performance.
Introduction
Introduction
Product finder tutorials to
simplify finding the right
needle. Not familiar with
the terminology? Visit the
Needle 101 section for
definitions and terminology.
Introduction
Luer Lock
Needles
P. 96
Removable
Needles
Needles
Needles are grouped based
on needle type such as
Luer Lock, Removable
Needles, Specialty
Needles, and Needle
Cleaning Accessories.
Specialty
Needles
Needle
Cleaning
Accessories
Needles
P. 102
Needle
Technical
Reference
Needle Technical Reference
This section contains
the most frequently
requested needle
reference information
including: needle care
and use, sterilization
and disinfection, and
needle dimensions.
Needle Technical Reference
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P. 114
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Introduction
NEEDLES | INTRODUCTION
Find Your Product
I have a syringe, which needle do I need?
Luer Lock
Needles
If you already have a syringe and need a Hamilton needle, review the three options below to determine
which needle hub is compatible with your syringe. Once the needle hub is identified turn to the
corresponding page to browse the available needle gauges, lengths, and point styles.
Option 1
Removable
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Needles
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I already know my syringe termination
Below are the syringe terminations that accept replacement needles. Identify your termination below
and proceed to the corresponding needle hub page to see the compatible needle part numbers.
Terminations
Needle Hubs
Page
TLL - PTFE / Luer Lock
Kel-F Hub
Metal Hub
P. 105
P. 106
LT - Luer Tip
Kel-F Hub
P. 105
RN - Removable Needle
100 µL or Smaller
Small Hub RN
P. 109
RN - Removable Needle
250 µL or Larger
Large Hub RN
P. 108
SL - SampleLock
Large Hub RN
P. 108
Option 2
I know my syringe part number, but not the termination
If you know the syringe part number but do not know what termination it has, you can look up the part number in
the index at the back of this guide. You will be directed to the page where the part number is displayed, indicating
the syringe termination. Alternatively, you can search for the part number at www.hamiltoncompany.com where
the product page will list the termination and the compatible needle hub. Once the termination is determined use
Option 1 to find the page where the appropriate needles are listed.
Option 3
I have a plastic syringe and need a compatible needle
Many plastic syringes use an industry standard Luer or Luer Lock
connector. For these syringes both the Hamilton Metal Hub (page 106)
and the Kel-F Hub (page 105) needles are compatible.
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NEEDLES | INTRODUCTION
Introduction
Luer Lock
Needles
Needles 101:
Definitions and Terminology
Removable
Needles
styles, needle point styles with a discussion on
calculating the bevel length, needle lengths, and
choosing a needle gauge for an application.
This section is designed to provide an
overview of the different types of needles that
Hamilton offers including a discussion of hub
Specialty
Needles
Anatomy of a Needle
The needle hub is attached to the needle cannula and is used to connect the needle to a syringe, tube, or fitting.
The opposite end of the needle is shaped into a needle point style that is appropriate for the application.
Needle Hub
Needle Point Style
Needle
Cleaning
Accessories
Needle Cannula : Defined by length and gauge
Needle Hub Styles
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Technical
Reference
P. 98
Syringes
Needle Point Styles
P. 99
Index
Specifying Needle Length
Choosing the Appropriate Gauge
length
P. 100
P. 100
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NEEDLES | INTRODUCTION
Introduction
Needle Hub Styles
The tables below discuss the different hub styles that Hamilton offers.
Luer Lock Needle Hubs
Luer Lock
Needles
Removable
Needles
Specialty
Needles
Designed to fit any standard Luer or Luer Lock syringe or fitting.
Needle Hub Style
Needle Gauge
Compatible with:
Metal Hub Needle
33 – 10 gauge
25 µL to 2 L – PTFE Luer Lock (TLL) Syringes
Kel-F Hub Needle
31 – 10 gauge
10 µL to 10 mL – Luer Tip (LT) Syringes
Removable Needle Hubs
Seated at the zero line of the syringe, minimizing dead volume, and enabling complete priming of
small volume syringes. The difference between a Small and Large Hub Removable Needle (RN) is
the outer diameter of the hub and ferrule. There are two versions of the Small Hub RN because at
smaller than 27 gauge the tubing wall is too thin to stake the hub in place.
Needle Hub Style
Small Hub
Removable Needle
Needle Gauge
Compatible with:
34 – 18 gauge
2.5 µL to 100 µL – Removable Needle (RN) Syringes
26 – 18 gauge
34 – 27 gauge
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25 µL to 2 L – PTFE Luer Lock (TLL) Syringes
Large Hub
Removable Needle
26s – 20 gauge
250 µL to 10 mL – Removable Needle (RN) Syringes
50 µL to 100 mL – SampleLock (SL) Syringes
Detachable Ferrules
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Reference
Some Removable Needles have a detachable ferrule as shown below.
Needle Point Style
Needle Cannula: Defined by length and gauge
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Ferrule
Needle Hub
Index
Valve Port Needle Hubs
Used to connect the needle to a tubing port on a Hamilton valve.
Needle Hub Style
Hat Needle
Needle Gauge
Compatible with:
26 – 14 gauge
Connected directly to a ¼”-28 flat bottom valve port
using needle bushing part number 35056
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NEEDLES | INTRODUCTION
Needle Point Styles
Introduction
Hamilton offers several different needle point styles depending on the intended application.
For most syringes and needles, the standard length is 51 mm. Customization of the needle
gauge, length, and point style is possible to suit almost any application.
ID
Point Style
Description
Application
Gauges
2
10 – 12° sharp, beveled,
curved non-coring
Gas Chromatography (GC),
septum piercing
33 – 10 ga
3
Blunt, electro-polished
High Performance Liquid Chromatography (HPLC)
injection, Thin-Layer Chromatography (TLC), general
liquid handling, controlled animal injections
34 – 10 ga
3T
Blunt, electro-polished, coated with
PTFE 19 mm from the tip
Thin-Layer Chromatography (TLC) applications
26s, 22s,
and 22 ga
4
Sharp 10 – 12° beveled needle;
other angles available upon request
Life science/animal injections
34 – 10 ga
5
Conical with side port for
penetration without coring
Headspace, applications prone to needle clogging,
causes minimal septum damage
26 – 10 ga
AS
Conical, non-coring designed
to withstand multiple injections
Autosampler injection, pre-pierced septa
26 – 10 ga
Luer Lock
Needles
Removable
Needles
Specialty
Needles
Calculating Point Style 4 Bevel Length
Neuroscience injections require precise positioning of the needle in the brain. Liquid exits the needle from the start of the
bevel so knowing the bevel length is critical. It is possible to calculate the bevel length by knowing the outer diameter (OD)
of the needle tubing and the bevel angle.
Liquid Exits the Needle
Bevel Angle
Bevel Length =
OD
Bevel Length
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Reference
OD
tan (Bevel Angle)
For example: A 27 gauge needle (OD = 0.413) with
a point style 4 beveled at 30 degrees:
Bevel length= 0.413 mm / tan30=0.715 mm
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NEEDLES | INTRODUCTION
Introduction
Specifying Needle Length
Luer Lock
Needles
Removable
Needles
The needle length for most standard Hamilton needles is 51 mm ± 1 mm.
If a custom length is desired, it is critical to understand how to specify the
desired length. The table below shows the length that is specified when
ordering each hub style.
Custom needles are available in lengths from 10 mm to 304 mm. If a longer needle is required,
contact your local representative to determine available possibilities.
Hub Style
Length Determination
Image
Metal Hub Needle
Needle length is specified from the needle point to the start of the hub.
Kel-F Hub Needle
Needle length is specified from the needle point to the start of the hub.
length
length
Specialty
Needles
Standard RN
Hub Needle
Needle length is specified from the needle point to the start of the RN nut.
The distance from the needle point to the hub is Length + 1.8 mm.
Small Gauge RN
Hub Needle
Needle length is specified from the needle point to the start
of the support sleeve.
Hat Hub Needle
Needle length is specified from the needle point to the end of the hub.
length
length
length
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Choosing the Appropriate Gauge
Needle gauge specifies the outer diameter of the tubing used to make the needle.
As the needle gauge increases the outer diameter of the needle decreases, i.e. 10
gauge is larger than 33 gauge. The same gauge tubing is available with different
wall thicknesses resulting in different inner diameters. Hamilton designates the
thick wall version of the tubing by adding an “s” to the gauge. For example, 26s is
the thick walled version of 26 gauge tubing. To see the dimensions of the tubing
Hamilton uses for needles, turn to the Gauge Index on page 119.
Considerations for Syringes
250 µL and Smaller
For syringes 250 µL and smaller it is recommended to use the “s”
gauge tubing and a Cemented or Removable Needle. With small
volume syringes the needle dead volume becomes critical. If the
dead volume is too large it will be difficult to prime the syringe.
If a thick walled version of the desired gauge is not available or
if a Luer Lock hub is desired, special priming techniques may
be required. Ideally the dead volume will not exceed 20% of the
syringe’s nominal dispense volume.
What is Dead Volume?
Dead volume is defined as the volume of solution that remains in
the needle after an injection. To achieve a precise dispense the
dead volume must be completely primed with sample by rapidly
filling and dispensing until the air bubbles are flushed from the
system. Once primed the dead volume does not contribute to
the volume aspirated or dispensed by the syringe.
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Choosing the Appropriate Gauge (Cont.)
Introduction
Calculating Needle Dead Volume
The dead volume and dimensions of the needle tubing are
listed in the Gauge Index (page 119). The dead volume can
be calculated by the equation (inner diameter/2)2(π)(needle
length). Add this to the dead volume of the needle hub to get
the needle’s total dead volume. For a Metal or Kel-F Luer Lock
Needle connected to a Hamilton syringe add 10 µL, and for a
Removable Needle there is no additional dead volume.
Luer Lock
Needles
Considerations for Syringes
500 µL and Larger
Removable
Needles
For syringes of this size, flow rate and backpressure are the
biggest considerations. It is possible to use a 27 gauge and
smaller needle with these syringes. However, the force to
press the plunger will increase, and the dispense rate must
be slow. When possible, it is always recommended to use
the thin-walled tubing in lieu of the “s” gauge tubing.
Specialty
Needles
Small Gauge Needle Bending with Length
As needle diameter decreases, the needle becomes less
rigid. For applications that require a small gauge needle but
still need rigidity for penetration, it is recommended to order
the shortest needle that is still suitable for the application.
The Neuros syringe on page 58 may also be an option.
It has a protective sleeve to improve the rigidity of a small
gauge needle.
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Using 34 Gauge Needles
A 34 gauge needle is significantly smaller than a 33 gauge
needle. For some applications the smaller size is a real
advantage but has inherent complications. 34 gauge tubing
requires special cutting tools to ensure the tubing is not
crimped shut. Due to this limitation the needles are only
available in restricted lengths and point styles. The small inner
diameter (ID) results in a needle more prone to clogging, and
cleaning wires are not available for this size. The small ID
also makes it difficult to aspirate water with a fitted Microliter
syringe; therefore, a Gastight syringe must be used with a
34 gauge needle.
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Introduction
Luer Lock
Needles
Removable
Needles
NEEDLES
Needles
Hamilton Company offers the widest variety of
standard and custom needles in the industry.
All needles are built from high quality materials
including 304 stainless steel tubing to ensure
chemical resistance. Custom needle part
numbers are used to deliver all common gauge,
length, and point style combinations with quick
turnaround. For more complicated custom
requests contact a Hamilton representative.
Specialty
Needles
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NEEDLES
Luer Lock Needles
Removable Needles
Metal and plastic hub
needles designed to
connect with industry
standard Luer syringes
and fittings.
For use with Hamilton
Removable Needle
Syringes to create
a tight, low dead
volume connection.
Luer Lock Needles
P. 104
Removable Needles
Specialty Needles
Needle Cleaning Accessories
Application specific needle
connections such as: cut
tubing, glass micro pipettes,
Thin-Layer Chromatography,
Gel-Loading, PEEK, and
Valve Port needles.
This section includes
products for caring for the
needles such as: a Needle
Cleaning Kit, Cleaning
Wires, and Cleaning
Solution Concentrate.
Introduction
Luer Lock
Needles
P. 107
Removable
Needles
Specialty
Needles
Needle
Cleaning
Accessories
Specialty Needles
P. 110
Needle Cleaning Accessories
P. 113
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Technical
Reference
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NEEDLES | LUER LOCK NEEDLES
Introduction
Luer Lock
Needles
Luer Lock Needles
Removable
Needles
Specialty
Needles
Needle
Cleaning
Accessories
Hamilton Luer Lock Needles are designed to
fit any standard Luer or Luer Lock syringe or
fitting. They are specifically designed to minimize
dead volume when connected with a Hamilton
PTFE Luer Lock (TLL) or Luer Tip (LT) syringe.
Excessive dead volume can make it impossible
to completely prime syringes smaller than 100 µL.
Complete priming of the syringe and needle
is critical to achieving the stated accuracy
and precision.
Kel-F Hub Needles
P. 105
Metal Hub Needles
P. 106
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NEEDLES | LUER LOCK NEEDLES
Kel-F Hub Needles
Introduction
The Kel-F hub is made from CTFE plastic.
Needles are available from 31 to 10 gauge.
This hub is recommended when connecting
to a rigid male Luer like a Luer Tip (LT) syringe
because the plastic is more pliable and creates
the best seal. All needles are sold in six-packs
and the standard needles are 51 mm long.
For all custom needles, the length and point
style will need to be specified prior to placing
an order.
Luer Lock
Needles
Removable
Needles
Standard Kel-F Hub Needles
Length
51 mm
Custom Kel-F Hub Needles
Gauge
Point 2
Point 3
Gauge
Point 2, 3, or 4
31 ga
90131
90531
31 ga
7750-22
30 ga
90130
90530
30 ga
7750-21
29 ga
90129
90529
29 ga
7750-20
28 ga
90128
90528
28 ga
7750-19
27 ga
90127
90532
27 ga
7750-18
26s ga
90139
90539
7746-12
26s ga
7750-24
7752-19
26 ga
90126
90533
7746-10
26 ga
7750-17
7752-17
25 ga
90125
90525
7746-09
25s ga
7750-26
7752-21
24 ga
90124
90524
7746-08
25 ga
7750-16
7752-16
23 ga
90123
90523
7746-07
24 ga
7750-15
7752-15
22s ga
90138
90534
7746-11
23s ga
7750-25
7752-20
22 ga
90122
90134
7746-06
23 ga
7750-14
7752-14
21 ga
90121
90521
7746-05
22s ga
7750-23
7752-18
20 ga
90120
90520
7746-04
22 ga
7750-13
7752-13
19 ga
90119
90519
7746-13
21 ga
7750-12
7752-12
18 ga
90118
90535
7746-03
20 ga
7750-11
7752-11
17 ga
90117
90517
7746-02
19 ga
7750-10
7752-10
16 ga
90116
90516
7746-01
18 ga
7750-09
7752-09
15 ga
90115
90515
7746-14
17 ga
7750-08
7752-08
14 ga
90114
90514
7746-15
16 ga
7750-07
7752-07
13 ga
90113
90513
15 ga
7750-06
7752-06
12 ga
90112
90512
14 ga
7750-05
7752-05
11 ga
90111
90511
13 ga
7750-04
7752-04
10 ga
90110
90536
12 ga
7750-03
7752-03
11 ga
7750-02
7752-02
10 ga
7750-01
7752-01
Point Styles
Point 5
Length
10 – 304 mm
7746-16
Point 2
Point 3
Point 4
Point 5
Point 5 or AS
Specialty
Needles
Point AS
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NEEDLES | LUER LOCK NEEDLES
Introduction
Metal Hub Needles
Luer Lock
Needles
Removable
Needles
The Metal hub is made from nickel plated
brass. Needles are available from 33 to
10 gauge. This hub makes the most rigid
connection to the needle making it perfect for
repetitive septum piercing. Metal hub needles
are compatible with PTFE Luer Lock (TLL)
syringes. All needles are sold in six-packs
and the standard needles are 51 mm long.
For all custom needles, the length and point
style will need to be specified prior to placing
an order.
Standard Metal Hub Needles
Specialty
Needles
Length
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Reference
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Index
51 mm
Custom Metal Hub Needles
Gauge
Point 2
Point 3
Gauge
Point 2, 3, or 4
33 ga
90033
91033
33 ga
7747-01
32 ga
90032
91032
32 ga
7747-02
31 ga
90031
91031
31 ga
7748-17
30 ga
90030
91030
30 ga
7748-16
29 ga
90029
91029
29 ga
7748-15
28 ga
90028
91028
28 ga
7748-14
27 ga
90027
91027
27 ga
7748-13
26s ga
90039
91039
7729-01
26s ga
7748-19
7751-19
26 ga
90026
91026
7729-03
26 ga
7748-12
7751-17
25s ga
90052
25s ga
7748-21
7751-21
25 ga
90025
91025
7729-04
25 ga
7748-11
7751-16
24 ga
90024
91024
7729-05
24 ga
7748-10
7751-15
23 ga
90023
91023
7729-06
23s ga
7748-20
7751-20
22s ga
90038
91038
7729-02
23 ga
7748-09
7751-14
22 ga
90022
91022
7729-07
22s ga
7748-18
7751-18
21 ga
90021
91021
7729-08
22 ga
7748-08
7751-13
20 ga
90020
91020
7729-09
21 ga
7748-07
7751-12
19 ga
90019
91019
7729-14
20 ga
7748-06
7751-11
18 ga
90018
91018
7729-10
19 ga
7748-05
7751-10
17 ga
90017
91017
7729-11
18 ga
7748-04
7751-09
16 ga
90016
91016
7729-12
17 ga
7748-03
7751-08
15 ga
90015
91015
7729-13
16 ga
7748-02
7751-07
14 ga
90014
91014
7730-01
15 ga
7748-01
7751-06
13 ga
90013
91013
7730-02
14 ga
7749-05
7751-05
12 ga
90012
91012
7730-03
13 ga
7749-04
7751-04
11 ga
90011
91011
7730-04
12 ga
7749-03
7751-03
10 ga
90010
91010
7730-05
11 ga
7749-02
7751-02
10 ga
7749-01
7751-01
Point Styles
Point 5
Point 2
Length
10 - 304 mm
Point 3
Point 4
Point 5
Point 5 or AS
Point AS
106
Needles
NEEDLES | REMOVABLE NEEDLES
Introduction
Luer Lock
Needles
Removable Needles
Hamilton Removable Needles provide the benefits of a replaceable needle with the
smallest dead volume necessary for complete priming of the syringe. The unique
connection installs the needle precisely at the zero line and the compression seal
between the glass barrel and the PTFE or CTFE seal is chemically inert.
Removable
Needles
Large Hub Removable Needles
P. 108
Small Hub Removable Needles
P. 109
Specialty
Needles
Needle
Cleaning
Accessories
Needle
Technical
Reference
Syringes
Index
107
Needles
Introduction
Luer Lock
Needles
Removable
Needles
NEEDLES | REMOVABLE NEEDLES
Large Hub
Removable Needles
Standard Large Hub RN Needles
Length
The Large Hub Removable Needle (RN) is
compatible with RN syringes from 250 µL to
10 mL and all SampleLock syringes. Needles
are available from 26s to 20 gauge. All needles
are sold in six-packs and the standard needles
are 51 mm long. For all custom needles, the
length and point style will need to be specified
prior to placing an order.
51 mm
Gauge
Point 2
Point 3
26s ga
7779-02
7780-01
Point 5
7784-03
26 ga
7779-04
7780-02
7784-04
22s ga
7779-03
7780-03
7784-01
22 ga
7779-01
7780-04
7784-02
Custom Large Hub RN Needles
Length
10 - 304 mm
Specialty
Needles
Gauge
Point 2, 3, or 4
Point 5 or AS
26s ga
7806-04
7732-04
26 ga
7806-03
7732-03
25s ga
7806-09
7732-09
25 ga
7806-07
7732-05
24 ga
7806-06
7732-07
23s ga
7806-08
7732-08
23 ga
7806-05
7732-06
22s ga
7806-02
7732-02
22 ga
7806-01
7732-01
21 ga
7806-11
7732-11
20 ga
7806-10
7732-10
Needle
Cleaning
Accessories
Needle
Technical
Reference
Syringes
Index
Point Styles
Point 2
Point 3
Point 4
Point 5
Point AS
108
Needles
NEEDLES | REMOVABLE NEEDLES
Small Hub
Removable Needles
The Small Hub Removable Needle (RN) is
compatible with RN syringes from 2.5 µL to
100 µL. Needles are available from 34 to 18
gauge. All needles are sold in six-packs and
the standard needles are 51 mm long. For all
custom needles, the length and point style will
need to be specified prior to placing an order.
Introduction
Standard Small Hub RN Needles
Length
38 mm
51 mm
Gauge
Point 2
Point 3
33 ga
7762-06
32 ga
7762-05
31 ga
7762-04
30 ga
7762-03
28 ga
7762-02
27 ga
Point 5
Luer Lock
Needles
7762-01
26s ga
7758-02
7768-01
7784-07
26 ga
7758-04
7768-02
7784-08
22s ga
7758-03
7770-01
7784-05
22 ga
7758-01
7770-02
7784-06
Removable
Needles
Custom Small Hub RN Needles
Length
10, 13, 25, or 38 mm
10 – 304 mm
Gauge
Point 2, 3, or 4
34 ga
207434*
Point 5 or AS
33 ga
7803-05
32 ga
7803-04
31 ga
7803-03
30 ga
7803-07
29 ga
7803-06
28 ga
7803-02
27 ga
7803-01
26s ga
7804-04
7731-02
26 ga
7804-03
7731-01
25s ga
7804-10
7731-06
25 ga
7804-05
7731-05
24 ga
7804-08
7731-09
23s ga
7804-09
7731-08
23 ga
7804-07
7731-07
22s ga
7804-02
7731-04
22 ga
7804-01
7731-03
21 ga
7804-12
7731-11
20 ga
7804-11
7731-10
19 ga
207419
7731-13
18 ga
7804-06
7731-12
Specialty
Needles
Needle
Cleaning
Accessories
Needle
Technical
Reference
* Only available as a point style 3 or 4
Syringes
Index
109
Needles
NEEDLES | SPECIALTY NEEDLES
Introduction
Luer Lock
Needles
Specialty Needles
Removable
Needles
Specialty
Needles
Needle
Cleaning
Accessories
Needle
Technical
Reference
Stainless Steel Tubing
P. 110
Glass Micro Pipettes
P. 111
Thin-Layer Chromatography Needles
P. 111
Gel-Loading Needles
P. 112
PEEK Needles
P. 112
Valve Port Needles
P. 112
Syringes
Index
110
Needles
NEEDLES | SPECIALTY NEEDLES
Stainless Steel Tubing (Cont.)
Introduction
Stainless Steel Tubing (Cont.)
Gauge
Cut Tubing
Point 2, 3, or 4
Gauge
Cut Tubing
Point 2, 3, or 4
Point 5 or AS
29 ga
21029A
22029-01
Point 5 or AS
21 ga
21021A
22021-01
22021-02
28 ga
21028A
22028-01
20 ga
21020A
22020-01
22020-02
27 ga
21027A
22027-01
19 ga
21019A
22019-01
22019-02
26s ga
21039A
22039-01
22039-02
18 ga
21018A
22018-01
22018-02
26 ga
21026A
22026-01
22026-02
17 ga
21017A
22017-01
22017-02
25s ga
21058A
22058-01
22058-02
16 ga
21016A
22016-01
22016-02
25 ga
21025A
22025-01
22025-02
15 ga
21015A
22015-01
22015-02
24 ga
21024A
22024-01
22024-02
14 ga
21014A
22014-01
22014-02
23s ga
21041A
22041-01
22041-02
13 ga
21013A
22013-01
22013-02
23 ga
21023A
22023-01
22023-02
12 ga
21012A
22012-01
22012-02
22s ga
21038A
22038-01
22038-02
11 ga
21011A
22011-01
22011-02
22 ga
21022A
22022-01
22022-02
10 ga
21010A
22010-01
22010-02
Glass Micro Pipettes
Luer Lock
Needles
Removable
Needles
1 mm Compression Fitting
Glass micro pipettes are widely used in
Neuroscience because the point can be pulled
to an incredibly small diameter and maintain
the rigidity to penetrate tissue. Additionally, the
dispense orifice exits from the very tip of the
needle so the wound track can be minimized.
The 1 mm RN compression fitting allows for
quick connection to standard 1 mm capillary
glass. Pull your own needle and attach it to an
RN syringe without wax or glue.
Specialty
Needles
P/N
Description
55750-01
RN Compression Fitting 1 mm
Hamilton does not offer 1 mm glass capillary tubing.
Needle
Cleaning
Accessories
Needle
Technical
Reference
Syringes
Index
Point Styles
Point 2
Point 3
Point 4
Point 5
Point AS
111
Needles
NEEDLE TECHNICAL REFERENCE
Introduction
Gel-Loading Needles
Luer Lock
Needles
These are replacement needles for a Fixed or
Adjustable Gel-Loading syringes. The needles
are available in a variety of outer diameters for
compatibility with different sized loading wells.
For more information on Gel-Loading Syringes
turn to page 64.
Removable
Needles
PEEK Needles
Specialty
Needles
Some applications call for a non-metallic
needle. These plastic needles are made from
PEEK HPLC tubing that is both chemically
and physical robust. PEEK needles are sold
in six-packs.
Syringe Type
Fixed Gel-Loading
Syringe
Adjustable GelLoading Syringe
Needle OD
Quantity
Part Number
0.2 mm
6 pk
8651-01
0.3 mm
6 pk
8651-02
0.4 mm
6 pk
8651-03
0.2 mm
4 pk
78633
0.3 mm
4 pk
78631
PEEK Needles
Valve Port Needles
Needle
Cleaning
Accessories
Replacement Gel-Loading Needles
P/N
Hub
Length
Outer
Diameter
Inner
Diameter
8649-01
Kel-F
51 mm
1.6 mm
0.8 mm
8650-01
Large RN
51 mm
1.6 mm
0.8 mm
Hat Needles
Hat type needles are designed to be connected
directly to a flat bottom valve port. Use the
needle bushing part number 35056 to connect
the needle directly to any ¼”-28 Hamilton valve.
Hat needles are sold in three-packs.
Needle
Technical
Reference
Length
10 - 304 mm
Syringes
Gauge
Point 2, 3, or 4
26 gauge
90826
25 gauge
90825
24 gauge
90824
23 gauge
90823
22 gauge
90822
21 gauge
90821
20 gauge
90820
19 gauge
90819
18 gauge
90818
17 gauge
90817
16 gauge
90816
15 gauge
90815
14 gauge
90814
Index
Point Styles
Point 2
Point 3
Point 4
Point 5
Point AS
112
Needles
NEEDLES | NEEDLE CLEANING ACCESSORIES
Introduction
Luer Lock
Needles
Needle Cleaning Accessories
To extend the life of a needle it is critical to
thoroughly clean before storage. It is much
easier to flush out contaminants before they
dry and harden. Be sure to flush the needle
with a solvent known to solubilize the sample.
One common mistake is to flush salts, protein,
or DNA with organic solvents. This tends to
precipitate the contaminants, resulting in clogs
instead of preventing them.
Hamilton’s Needle Cleaning Kit includes a
biodegradable, non-phosphate Cleaning
Solution Concentrate that is suitable for many
common sample types and various sized
tungsten cleaning wires that can be threaded
through the needle to clear a blockage.
Removable
Needles
Needle Cleaning Kit
P/N
Volume
76620A
Kit includes 10 of each wire and 70 mL of concentrate
Specialty
Needles
Cleaning Solution Concentrate
P/N
Volume
18311
500 mL
18310
70 mL
Tungsten Cleaning Wires
P/N
For Gauges
Wire OD
Package
18304
22, 23 ga, and larger
0.306 mm
10 pk
18303
24 – 26 ga
0.207 mm
10 pk
18302
27 ga
0.167 mm
10 pk
18301
22s, 25s, and 28 – 30 ga
0.126 mm
10 pk
18300
26s and 31 – 33 ga
0.089 mm
10 pk
18306
23s ga
0.076 mm
10 pk
Needle
Cleaning
Accessories
Needle
Technical
Reference
Syringes
Index
113
Needles
Introduction
Luer Lock
Needles
Removable
Needles
Specialty
Needles
NEEDLE TECHNICAL REFERENCE
Needle Technical Reference
The Needle Technical Reference section includes
information on the operation, maintenance, and
dimensions of the needles. The information is
intended as a general guideline.
For specific details on a part number or
application search the part on our website
or contact a local Hamilton representative.
Needle Care and Use
P. 115
Sterilization and Disinfection
P. 118
Gauge Index
P. 119
Needle
Cleaning
Accessories
Needle
Technical
Reference
Syringes
Index
114
Needles
NEEDLE TECHNICAL REFERENCE | NEEDLE CARE AND USE
Introduction
Luer Lock
Needles
Needle Care and Use
Step 1
Removable
Needles
Inspection
Inspect the sealing surfaces
Remove cleaning wire
Inspect the connection between the needle hub and the
syringe termination. Confirm that the sealing surfaces
are free of major damage, scratches, or chips that could
hinder sealing.
Hamilton 27 – 33 gauge needles ship with cleaning wires
installed in the needle tubing. Be sure to remove this wire prior to
installing the needle. In one hand grab the needle by the hub and
in the other hand grab the cleaning wire. Gently pull the cleaning
wire until it is completely removed from the needle tubing.
Discard the used cleaning wire.
This is the sealing surface. Make sure there are
no cracks, chips, obstructions, or damage.
Specialty
Needles
Needle
Cleaning
Accessories
RN
Step 2
LT
TLL
Needle
Technical
Reference
Installation
Removable Needle Syringes
Syringes
Remove the nut of the syringe, then insert the needle into the syringe hub. Thread the nut over the
needle, and tighten onto the syringe. Make sure this connection is finger-tight to make a leak-free seal.
RN nut
Needle
Ferrule
RN termination
Syringe
Index
Disassembled
After placing the needle and ferrule into the RN hub,
thread the RN nut over them and tighten onto the syringe.
Assembled
115
Needles
Introduction
NEEDLE TECHNICAL REFERENCE | NEEDLE CARE AND USE
Needle Care and Use (Cont.)
Installation (Cont.)
Luer Tip Syringes
Press the Kel-F needle hub onto the ground glass Luer Tip (LT) termination, and rotate slightly to ensure a tight seal.
Needle
Luer Lock
Needles
LT termination
Syringe
Disassembled
Gently press the needle
onto the termination
Removable
Needles
Assembled
PFTE Luer Lock Syringes
Press the Metal or Kel-F needle hub onto the PTFE Luer Lock (TLL) termination until the threads engage.
Rotate the hub clockwise. The threads will pull the hub onto the termination resulting in a tight seal.
Specialty
Needles
Needle
TLL termination
Syringe
Disassembled
Needle
Cleaning
Accessories
Needle
Technical
Reference
Syringes
Index
Gently press the
needle onto the
termination and
turn clockwise
to engage
Step 3
Assembled
Priming
If dead volume is less than 20%
of the syringe volume
If dead volume is greater than 20%
of the syringe volume
When priming, the needle
should be immersed in the
sample. Rapidly draw and
dispense sample into the
syringe until bubbles are no
longer visible in the syringe
barrel. For larger syringes it is
possible to remove air bubbles
by turning the barrel upright
and allowing the air bubbles
to rise to the needle exit. Then
dispense the air bubbles from
the needle.
With such a large dead volume it may not be possible to prime
the syringe with the above method. In this case backfilling the
system may be the best option. For this method the plunger
is removed from the syringe and a second syringe is used to
load sample from the back of the syringe. Once the system is
completely primed, the plunger is reinserted and ready for use.
For these instances Hamilton offers a Priming Kit which is shown
on page 63.
Final Dispensing Volume
116
Needles
NEEDLE TECHNICAL REFERENCE | NEEDLE CARE AND USE
Needle Care and Use (Cont.)
Step 4
Cleaning
Immediately after use
After each use it is critical to flush the sample from the
needle. If the sample contained dissolved particles it is
critical to use a solvent known to dissolve the particles.
For example, if the sample contains proteins, DNA, or salts
then flushing with an organic solvent could precipitate
these particles resulting in a clog. In this case it is better
to flush with a detergent like Hamilton Cleaning Solution
Concentrate (page 113), then with deionized water, and
finally with acetone to ensure the needle dries quickly.
1.
Introduction
Step 5
Storage
After the needle is cleaned according to Step 4, store the
needle with the syringe in the syringe packaging or in the
original needle packaging to keep it protected and clean for
future applications.
Luer Lock
Needles
Removable
Needles
2.
Specialty
Needles
3.
4.
Needle
Cleaning
Accessories
After a needle has become clogged
Needle
Technical
Reference
If the needle is clogged and it is not possible to flush with
cleaning solution it is time to use the cleaning wires. Start with
the smallest cleaning wire that can be pushed through the
needle inner diameter. Slowly increase the cleaning wire up
to the size specified for the needle gauge. Once the clog has
been removed, rinse the needle as described above.
Syringes
Index
117
Needles
NEEDLE TECHNICAL REFERENCE | STERILIZATION AND DISINFECTION
Introduction
Luer Lock
Needles
Sterilization and Disinfection
Removable
Needles
Specialty
Needles
Needle
Cleaning
Accessories
The table below shows the autoclavability of our needles as well as
the recommended chemicals for disinfection. As an alternative to the
autoclave, all needle types may be sterilized using ethylene oxide.
Sterilization and Disinfection Table
Product
Autoclave Sterilization
Chemical Disinfection1
Removable Needles
Yes
Yes
Metal Hub Needles
Yes
Yes
Kel-F Hub Needles
Yes
Yes
PTFE Tubing
Yes
Yes
Kel-F Fittings
Yes
Yes
Recommended disinfecting chemicals are Microcide SQ ® (P/N 3995-01), 10% bleach, acetone, or ethanol.
1
Needle
Technical
Reference
Syringes
Index
118
Needles
NEEDLE TECHNICAL REFERENCE | GAUGE INDEX
Introduction
Luer Lock
Needles
Gauge Index
The Gauge Index contains the nominal inner and
outer dimensions of the tubing used in Hamilton
needles. If the needle dead volume exceeds
20% of the nominal syringe volume then special
priming steps may be required. The index lists
the dead volume in µL/cm so it is easier to
determine if the gauge is suitable for the
desired syringe volume.
Removable
Needles
Gauge Index
Gauge
Nominal OD
Nominal ID
Volume
34
0.159 mm
0.051 mm
0.02 µL/cm
33
0.210 mm
0.108 mm
0.09 µL/cm
32
0.235 mm
0.108 mm
0.09 µL/cm
31
0.261 mm
0.133 mm
0.14 µL/cm
30
0.312 mm
0.159 mm
0.20 µL/cm
29
0.337 mm
0.184 mm
0.27 µL/cm
28
0.362 mm
0.184 mm
0.27 µL/cm
27
0.413 mm
0.210 mm
0.35 µL/cm
26s
0.474 mm
0.127 mm
0.13 µL/cm
26
0.464 mm
0.26 mm
0.53 µL/cm
25s
0.515 mm
0.153 mm
0.18 µL/cm
25
0.515 mm
0.260 mm
0.53 µL/cm
24
0.566 mm
0.311 mm
0.76 µL/cm
23s
0.642 mm
0.116 mm
0.11 µL/cm
23
0.642 mm
0.337 mm
0.89 µL/cm
22s
0.718 mm
0.152 mm
0.18 µL/cm
22
0.718 mm
0.413 mm
1.34 µL/cm
21
0.819 mm
0.514 mm
2.07 µL/cm
20
0.908 mm
0.603 mm
2.86 µL/cm
19
1.07 mm
0.686 mm
3.70 µL/cm
18
1.27 mm
0.838 mm
5.52 µL/cm
17
1.47 mm
1.07 mm
8.94 µL/cm
16
1.65 mm
1.19 mm
11.2 µL/cm
15
1.83 mm
1.37 mm
14.8 µL/cm
14
2.11 mm
1.80 mm
25.6 µL/cm
13
2.41 mm
1.80 mm
25.6 µL/cm
12
2.77 mm
2.16 mm
36.6 µL/cm
11
3.05 mm
2.39 mm
44.8 µL/cm
10
3.40 mm
2.69 mm
57.0 µL/cm
Specialty
Needles
Needle
Cleaning
Accessories
Needle
Technical
Reference
Syringes
Index
119
Index
Syringes
Needles
INDEX
Index
Index
67448-01............................34
80342................................ 49
80660................................55
7632-01............................. 17
67450-01...........................34
80350................................ 17
80665.......................... 18, 31
7634-01............................. 18
67452-01............................34
80351.................................43
80700........................... 18, 41
7641-01.............................. 19
67454-01............................50
80357..........................46, 48
80708................................. 18
7642-01............................. 19
80000.......................... 41, 45
80358..........................46, 48
80730................................. 41
7643-01............................. 19
80001................................ 22
80359..........................46, 48
80739................................. 18
7644-01............................. 19
80011.................................45
80365...........................17, 31
80765........................... 18, 31
7645-01............................. 19
80020................................38
80366...........................17, 45
80770.................................55
7646-01............................. 19
80024.................................38
80383................................ 17
80800.......................... 18, 41
7649-01....................... 24, 54
80030...........................21, 41
80384................................ 17
80808................................ 18
7650-01....................... 24, 54
80065................................ 31
80386................................43
80830................................ 41
7651-01........................ 24, 54
80079...........................46, 48
80387..........................46, 48
80839................................ 18
7652-01....................... 24, 54
80080..........................46, 48
80388..........................46, 48
80865.......................... 18, 31
7653-01.................. 17, 21, 54
80087..........................46, 48
80389..........................46, 48
80900................................ 41
7654-01................. 21, 35, 54
80088..........................46, 48
80390..........................46, 48
80901................................ 22
7655-01....................... 21, 54
80089..........................46, 48
80391..........................46, 48
80920................................ 22
7656-01................. 21, 36, 54
80094..........................46, 48
80393..........................46, 48
80922................................ 22
7657-01.................. 21, 35, 54
80096..........................46, 48
80398................................46
80930...........................21, 41
7658-01....................... 21, 54
80135................................. 41
80399................................46
80931................................ 32
7659-01............................. 23
80175.................................46
80400........................... 17, 41
80938................................ 32
7660-01............................. 23
80176...........................46, 48
80408................................ 17
80956................................ 42
7661-01.............................. 23
80200................................ 41
80430................................ 41
80962................................36
7662-01............................. 23
80201................................. 22
80439................................ 17
80965.......................... 21, 31
7663-01............................. 23
80222................................ 22
80465...........................17, 31
80975................................. 31
54658-01........................... 37
80230...........................21, 41
80500........................... 17, 41
80985................................ 31
54659-01........................... 37
80231................................. 32
80508................................ 17
81000................................. 41
54660-01........................... 37
80238................................ 32
80521................................. 17
81001................................. 22
54661-01........................... 37
80265.......................... 21, 31
80530................................ 41
81020................................. 22
54662-01........................... 37
80275................................. 31
80539................................ 17
81022................................. 22
62161-01............................ 37
80300............... 17, 41, 45, 49
80550................................55
81030............................21, 41
67430-01...........................50
80308................................ 17
80551.................................55
81031................................. 32
67434-01............................50
80318.................................53
80565...........................17, 31
81038................................. 32
67436-01...........................50
80330.....................41, 49, 52
80600.......................... 18, 41
81056................................. 42
67438-01............................50
80331.................................43
80608................................ 18
81062.................................36
67440-01...........................50
80336................................ 41
80621................................ 18
81065........................... 21, 31
67442-01............................34
80338................................45
80630................................ 41
81075................................. 31
67446-01...........................34
80339...........................17, 49
80639................................ 18
81085................................. 31
120
Index
INDEX
Syringes
Needles
81100................................. 41
81430................................. 24
84850.......................... 19, 41
86326................................ 42
81101................................. 22
81431................................. 32
84851........................... 19, 41
86336................................ 42
81120................................. 22
81443................................. 24
84852.......................... 19, 41
86346................................ 42
81122................................. 22
81456................................. 42
84853.......................... 19, 41
87402.................................43
81130............................21, 41
81460................25, 36, 37, 38
84854.......................... 19, 41
87404.................................43
81131................................. 32
81501................................. 25
84855.......................... 19, 41
87405.................................43
81138................................. 32
81514................................. 24
84856.......................... 19, 41
87900..................... 17, 41, 45
81156................................. 42
81516................................. 24
84857.......................... 19, 41
87908................................. 17
81162.................................36
81517................................. 24
84858.......................... 19, 41
87919................................. 17
81165........................... 21, 31
81520................................. 25
84859.......................... 19, 41
87930........................... 41, 52
81175................................. 31
81530................................. 24
84861.......................... 19, 41
87931................................. 18
81185................................. 31
81531................................. 32
84875........................... 23, 41
87942............................17, 31
81201................................. 22
81543................................. 24
84877........................... 23, 41
87943............................17, 31
81216................................. 31
81556................................. 42
84878........................... 23, 41
87957...........................46, 48
81217................................. 41
81560................................. 25
84880.......................... 23, 41
87958...........................46, 48
81220................................. 22
81570................................. 42
84881........................... 23, 41
87959........................... 46, 48
81222................................. 22
81601................................. 25
84883.......................... 23, 41
87987...........................46, 48
81230............................21, 41
81614................................. 24
84884.......................... 23, 41
87988...........................46, 48
81231................................. 32
81616................................. 24
84886.......................... 23, 41
87989...........................46, 48
81256................................. 42
81617................................. 24
84887.......................... 23, 41
87990...........................46, 48
81260.................................36
81620................................. 25
84889.......................... 23, 41
87991.................................46
81262.................................36
81630................................. 24
84980................................ 32
87992.................................46
81265........................... 21, 31
81631................................. 32
84983................................ 32
87993........................... 46, 48
81301................................. 25
81643................................. 24
84986................................ 32
87994........................... 46, 48
81314................................. 24
81656................................. 42
84989................................ 32
88011................................. 41
81320................................. 25
81660................................. 25
85020................................ 25
88035................................ 52
81330................................. 24
82520................................. 25
85021................................. 25
88040................................ 52
81331................................. 32
82521................................. 25
86020................................ 25
88411................................. 41
81343................................. 24
82570................................. 42
86211................................. 41
88511................................. 41
81356................................. 42
84301................................ 31
86257.................................43
0160310.............................35
81360..................... 25, 36, 37
84302................................ 31
86259................................. 41
200740...............................50
81365........................... 24, 31
84303................................ 31
86274...........................46, 48
200742...............................50
81401................................. 25
84815................................. 32
86276...........................46, 48
201050...............................36
81414................................. 24
84816................................. 32
86311................................. 25
202192......................... 37, 38
81416................................. 24
84817................................. 32
86312................................. 25
202660........................ 49, 53
81417................................. 24
84818................................. 32
86313................................. 25
202880.............................. 49
81420................................. 25
84819................................. 32
86314................................. 25
203043..............................50
121
Index
Syringes
Needles
INDEX
203073...............................35
204400..............................35
7729-05........................... 106
7746-02........................... 105
203074...............................50
204452..............................35
7729-06........................... 106
7746-03........................... 105
203075...............................35
204475...............................35
7729-07........................... 106
7746-04........................... 105
203076...............................50
PE 10................................. 62
7729-08........................... 106
7746-05........................... 105
203077...............................35
PE 20................................. 62
7729-09........................... 106
7746-06........................... 105
203078...............................50
PE 50................................. 62
7729-10............................ 106
7746-07........................... 105
203079...............................35
PRMKIT..............................63
7729-11............................ 106
7746-08........................... 105
203080..............................50
117-02................................83
7729-12............................ 106
7746-09........................... 105
203081...............................35
1117-01...............................83
7729-13............................ 106
7746-10............................ 105
203082.............................. 51
1117-02..............................83
7729-14............................ 106
7746-11............................ 105
203083..............................35
1117-03..............................83
7730-01........................... 106
7746-12............................ 105
203084.............................. 51
1120-01..............................83
7730-02........................... 106
7746-13............................ 105
203085..............................35
1122-01..............................83
7730-03........................... 106
7746-14............................ 105
203086.............................. 51
1160-01..............................83
7730-04........................... 106
7746-15............................ 105
203141............................... 51
1161-01..............................83
7730-05........................... 106
7746-16............................ 105
203181............................... 51
1161-02..............................83
7731-01............................ 109
7747-01............................ 106
203182............................... 51
1162-01..............................83
7731-02............................ 109
7747-02............................ 106
203185...............................50
1162-02..............................83
7731-03........................... 109
7748-01............................ 106
203189...............................50
1162-03..............................83
7731-04........................... 109
7748-02........................... 106
203194...............................35
1169-01..............................83
7731-05........................... 109
7748-03........................... 106
203197...............................50
1359-01.............................83
7731-06........................... 109
7748-04........................... 106
203198...............................50
1360-01.............................83
7731-07............................ 109
7748-05........................... 106
203205..............................50
4871-01..............................83
7731-08........................... 109
7748-06........................... 106
203206..............................50
7632-01............................. 61
7731-09........................... 109
7748-07............................ 106
203209..............................50
7633-01............................. 61
7731-10............................ 109
7748-08........................... 106
203219...............................50
7634-01............................. 61
7731-11............................ 109
7748-09........................... 106
203225...............................50
7635-01....................... 18, 61
7731-12............................ 109
7748-10............................ 106
203226...............................50
7636-01....................... 18, 61
7731-13............................ 109
7748-11............................ 106
203235...............................35
7637-01........................ 18, 61
7732-01........................... 108
7748-12............................ 106
203274...............................35
7638-01....................... 18, 61
7732-02........................... 108
7748-13............................ 106
203349..............................35
7639-01............................. 18
7732-03........................... 108
7748-14............................ 106
203361...............................50
7640-01............................. 18
7732-04........................... 108
7748-15............................ 106
203362..............................50
7653-01............................. 61
7732-05........................... 108
7748-16............................ 106
203363..............................50
7654-01............................. 61
7732-06........................... 108
7748-17............................ 106
203560..............................34
7655-01............................. 61
7732-07........................... 108
7748-18............................ 106
203566..............................34
7656-01............................. 61
7732-08........................... 108
7748-19............................ 106
204000..............................53
7729-01........................... 106
7732-09........................... 108
7748-20............................ 106
204001..............................53
7729-02........................... 106
7732-10............................ 108
7748-21............................ 106
204051...............................53
7729-03........................... 106
7732-11............................ 108
7749-01........................... 106
204052..............................53
7729-04........................... 106
7746-01........................... 105
7749-02........................... 106
122
Index
INDEX
7749-03........................... 106
7751-12............................ 106
7762-06........................... 109
7806-01........................... 108
7749-04........................... 106
7751-13............................ 106
7768-01........................... 109
7806-02........................... 108
7749-05........................... 106
7751-14............................ 106
7768-02........................... 109
7806-03........................... 108
7750-01........................... 105
7751-15............................ 106
7770-01........................... 109
7806-04........................... 108
7750-02........................... 105
7751-16............................ 106
7770-02........................... 109
7806-05........................... 108
7750-03........................... 105
7751-17............................ 106
7779-01........................... 108
7806-06........................... 108
7750-04........................... 105
7751-18............................ 106
7779-02........................... 108
7806-07........................... 108
7750-05........................... 105
7751-19............................ 106
7779-03........................... 108
7806-08........................... 108
7750-06........................... 105
7751-20............................ 106
7779-04........................... 108
7806-09........................... 108
7750-07........................... 105
7751-21............................ 106
7780-01........................... 108
7806-10............................ 108
7750-08........................... 105
7752-01............................ 105
7780-02........................... 108
7806-11............................ 108
7750-09........................... 105
7752-02........................... 105
7780-03........................... 108
8649-01............................112
7750-10............................ 105
7752-03........................... 105
7780-04........................... 108
8650-01............................112
7750-11............................ 105
7752-04........................... 105
7784-01........................... 108
8651-01.......................65, 112
7750-12............................ 105
7752-05........................... 105
7784-02........................... 108
8651-02......................65, 112
7750-13............................ 105
7752-06........................... 105
7784-03........................... 108
8651-03......................65, 112
7750-14............................ 105
7752-07............................ 105
7784-04........................... 108
13205.................................83
7750-15............................ 105
7752-08........................... 105
7784-05........................... 109
13230.................................83
7750-16............................ 105
7752-09........................... 105
7784-06........................... 109
13231.................................83
7750-17............................ 105
7752-10............................ 105
7784-07........................... 109
13269.................................83
7750-18............................ 105
7752-11............................ 105
7784-08........................... 109
13271.................................83
7750-19............................ 105
7752-12............................ 105
7803-01..................... 62, 109
13272.................................83
7750-20........................... 105
7752-13............................ 105
7803-02..................... 62, 109
14700.................................69
7750-21........................... 105
7752-14............................ 105
7803-03..................... 62, 109
14725.................................69
7750-22........................... 105
7752-15............................ 105
7803-04..................... 62, 109
14806................................. 70
7750-23........................... 105
7752-16............................ 105
7803-05..................... 62, 109
14906................................. 70
7750-24........................... 105
7752-17............................ 105
7803-06..................... 62, 109
16160.................................84
7750-25........................... 105
7752-18............................ 105
7803-07..................... 62, 109
16161.................................84
7750-26........................... 105
7752-19............................ 105
7804-01..................... 62, 109
17187.................................84
7751-01............................ 106
7752-20............................ 105
7804-02..................... 62, 109
17188.................................84
7751-02............................ 106
7752-21............................ 105
7804-03..................... 62, 109
17190.................................84
7751-03............................ 106
7758-01........................... 109
7804-04..................... 62, 109
17191.................................84
7751-04............................ 106
7758-02........................... 109
7804-05..................... 62, 109
17192.................................84
7751-05............................ 106
7758-03........................... 109
7804-06........................... 109
17193.................................84
7751-06............................ 106
7758-04........................... 109
7804-07..................... 62, 109
17887.................................84
7751-07............................ 106
7762-01........................... 109
7804-08..................... 62, 109
17888.................................84
7751-08............................ 106
7762-02........................... 109
7804-09..................... 62, 109
17890.................................84
7751-09............................ 106
7762-03........................... 109
7804-10...................... 62, 109
17891.................................84
7751-10............................ 106
7762-04........................... 109
7804-11............................ 109
17893.................................84
7751-11............................ 106
7762-05........................... 109
7804-12............................ 109
18005.................................84
123
Syringes
Needles
Index
Syringes
Needles
INDEX
18007.................................84
22024-02..........................111
35083................................ 73
80104................................. 70
18053.................................84
22025-01..........................111
52343-01...........................83
80107................................. 70
18054.................................84
22025-02..........................111
55750-01....................62, 111
80108................................. 19
18300..........................72, 113
22026-01..........................111
55751-01............................63
80135................................. 19
18301..........................72, 113
22026-02..........................111
65457-01........................... 59
80200................................ 21
18302..........................72, 113
22027-01...........................111
65457-02........................... 59
80208................................ 21
18303..........................72, 113
22028-01..........................111
65458-01........................... 59
80239................................ 21
18304..........................72, 113
22029-01..........................111
65458-02........................... 59
80262................................ 22
18306..........................72, 113
22038-01..........................111
65459-01........................... 59
80266................................64
18310..........................72, 113
22038-02..........................111
65459-02........................... 59
80275................................. 21
18311..........................72, 113
22039-01..........................111
65460-01........................... 59
80285................................ 21
22010-01..........................111
22039-02..........................111
65460-02........................... 59
80301................................ 18
22010-02..........................111
22041-01...........................111
65460-03........................... 59
80314................................. 18
22011-01...........................111
22041-02...........................111
65460-04........................... 59
80330................................ 18
22011-02...........................111
22058-01..........................111
65460-05........................... 59
80336................................ 18
22012-01...........................111
22058-02..........................111
65460-06........................... 59
80401................................ 18
22012-02...........................111
31335................................. 74
65460-10........................... 59
80430................................ 18
22013-01..........................111
32117................................. 82
65460-11............................ 59
80501................................ 18
22013-02..........................111
32120................................. 82
65460-15........................... 59
80530................................ 18
22014-01...........................111
32123................................. 82
65460-16........................... 59
80601................................ 18
22014-02..........................111
32126................................. 82
65460-20........................... 59
80630................................ 18
22015-01..........................111
32129................................. 82
65460-21........................... 59
80701................................. 18
22015-02..........................111
32134................................. 82
65461-01........................... 59
80730................................. 18
22016-01..........................111
32135........................... 82, 83
65461-02........................... 59
80801................................ 18
22016-02..........................111
32146.................................69
67444-01............................34
80830................................ 18
22017-01...........................111
32150................................. 82
75810................................. 74
80900................................ 21
22017-02...........................111
32151................................. 82
76620A.......................72, 113
80908................................ 21
22018-01..........................111
32165................................. 82
78631................................112
80939................................ 21
22018-02..........................111
32166................................. 82
78633.........................65, 112
80962................................ 22
22019-01..........................111
32168................................. 82
80000................................ 21
80975................................. 21
22019-02..........................111
32169................................. 82
80008................................ 21
80985................................ 21
22020-01..........................111
32175.................................83
80014................................. 21
81000................................. 21
22020-02..........................111
32187.................................83
80039................................ 21
81008................................. 21
22021-01...........................111
32188.................................83
80062................................ 22
81039................................. 21
22021-02..........................111
32189.................................83
80065................................ 21
81041.................................64
22022-01..........................111
32190.................................83
80075................................. 21
81060................................. 22
22022-02..........................111
32191.................................83
80081................................65
81062................................. 22
22023-01..........................111
32193.................................83
80085................................ 21
81075................................. 21
22023-02..........................111
35080................................ 73
80091................................65
81085................................. 21
22024-01..........................111
35081................................. 73
80100........................... 19, 61
81100................................. 21
124
Index
INDEX
81108................................. 21
86207................................. 70
90028.............................. 106
90517............................... 105
81139................................. 21
86211................................. 19
90029.............................. 106
90519............................... 105
81160................................. 22
86250........................... 19, 61
90030.............................. 106
90520.............................. 105
81162........................... 22, 37
86252................................. 70
90031.............................. 106
90521............................... 105
81175................................. 21
86254................................. 70
90032.............................. 106
90523.............................. 105
81185................................. 21
86257................................. 19
90033.............................. 106
90524............................... 105
81214................................. 21
86258.................................84
90038.............................. 106
90525............................... 105
81216................................. 21
86259................................. 19
90039.............................. 106
90528.............................. 105
81217................................. 21
86580................................ 74
90052.............................. 106
90529.............................. 105
81242.................................64
87930................................. 18
90110............................... 105
90530.............................. 105
81243................................. 21
88000................................ 19
90111............................... 105
90531.............................. 105
81260................................. 22
88004................................ 70
90112............................... 105
90532.............................. 105
81262................................. 22
88007................................ 70
90113............................... 105
90533.............................. 105
81316................................. 24
88011................................. 19
90114............................... 105
90534.............................. 105
81317................................. 24
88400.......................... 19, 61
90115............................... 105
90535.............................. 105
81318................................. 70
88404................................ 70
90116............................... 105
90536.............................. 105
81324................................. 70
88407................................ 70
90117............................... 105
90539.............................. 105
81341.................................64
88411................................. 19
90118............................... 105
90814................................112
81403................................. 70
88500................................ 19
90119............................... 105
90815................................112
81418................................. 70
88504................................ 70
90120............................... 105
90816................................112
81424................................. 70
88507................................. 70
90121............................... 105
90817................................112
81441.................................64
88511................................. 19
90122............................... 105
90818................................112
81518................................. 70
90010............................... 106
90123............................... 105
90819................................112
81524................................. 70
90011............................... 106
90124............................... 105
90820...............................112
81618................................. 70
90012............................... 106
90125............................... 105
90821...............................112
81624................................. 70
90013............................... 106
90126............................... 105
90822...............................112
83700................................. 75
90014............................... 106
90127............................... 105
90823...............................112
84250.................................65
90015............................... 106
90128............................... 105
90824................................112
84255.................................65
90016............................... 106
90129............................... 105
90825...............................112
84500................................65
90017............................... 106
90130............................... 105
90826...............................112
84501.................................65
90018............................... 106
90131............................... 105
91010............................... 106
84502................................65
90019............................... 106
90134............................... 105
91011............................... 106
84503................................65
90020.............................. 106
90138............................... 105
91012............................... 106
84504................................65
90021.............................. 106
90139............................... 105
91013............................... 106
84505................................65
90022.............................. 106
90511............................... 105
91014............................... 106
84511.................................65
90023.............................. 106
90512............................... 105
91015............................... 106
84611.................................65
90024.............................. 106
90513............................... 105
91016............................... 106
84711.................................65
90025.............................. 106
90514............................... 105
91017............................... 106
86200................................ 19
90026.............................. 106
90515............................... 105
91018............................... 106
86204................................ 70
90027.............................. 106
90516............................... 105
91019............................... 106
125
Syringes
Needles
Index
Syringes
INDEX
91020............................... 106
91021............................... 106
Needles
91022............................... 106
91023............................... 106
91024............................... 106
91025............................... 106
91026............................... 106
91027............................... 106
91028............................... 106
91029............................... 106
91030............................... 106
91031............................... 106
91032............................... 106
91033............................... 106
91038............................... 106
91039............................... 106
93898-01*.......................... 52
159902...............................38
202630.............................. 52
202640.............................. 52
202643.............................. 52
202668..............................35
204379...............................35
204880.............................. 71
207419............................. 109
207434....................... 62, 109
209681.............................. 51
209682.............................. 51
209683.............................. 51
209684.............................. 51
209685.............................. 51
209686.............................. 51
126
Index
INDEX
Syringes
Needles
127
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Lit. No. L20097 — 02/2017
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