Proper care and maintenance is critical for attaining maximum needle life. Hamilton provides various sized tungsten cleaning wires that can be threaded through our needles to clear blockage.
|18304||Cleaning Wires for 22, 23, and larger gauge needles (0.01207" O.D.)|
|18301||Cleaning Wires for 22s, 25s, and 28-30 gauge needles (0.00497" O.D.)|
|18303||Cleaning Wires for 24-26 gauge needles (0.00815" O.D.)|
|18300||Cleaning Wires for 26s and 31-33 gauge needles (0.00355" O.D.)|
|18302||Cleaning Wires for 27 gauge needles (0.00659" O.D.)|
|18306||Cleaning Wires for 23s gauge needles (0.00304" O.D.)|
Syringe Care and Use GuideHamilton’s Syringe Care and Use guide outlines the basics of daily syringe use and operation so that scientists and technicians can achieve the highest level of accuracy and precision. Important topics covered include inspection, operating temperature, trapped air, and sample carryover.
Cleaning a Glass SyringeThe life of your Hamilton syringe is directly related to its cleanliness and proper care. This guide provides details on cleaning and care of Hamilton glass syringes
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