For any syringe pump, the key to achieving the most accurate dispenses is eliminating all air from the fluid path. Traditional syringes trap approximately 50 μL of air between the tip of the syringe and the valve. For small syringes, this trapped air is the last to leave the syringe and the first to be drawn back in, making them difficult if not impossible to prime.
The Bubble Free Prime syringe has a conical plunger tip that extends through the threaded termination and into the valve. This unique design expels the air from the syringe and valve decreasing the number of priming cycles required.
Instructions - Gastight Instrument SyringesHamilton Gastight Instrument Syringes are precision, measuring instruments.
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Instructions - Bubble-Free Prime SyringesThe BFP syringe manufactured by Hamilton Company is intended for scientific research and laboratory use only and is not intended for human in vivo use. These instructions outline installation of syringes into new and existing valves.
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