Needles Removable Needle Rn

Removable needles give you the best of both worlds: 1) the benefit of a replaceable needle for the occasional bend or clog, and 2) the minimal dead volume of a cemented needle. The unique removable needle design installs the needle precisely at the zero line.

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Needles Removable Needle Large Hub

Large Hub RN

Large Hub Removable (RN) needles can be used with removable (RN)-style syringes that are 250 μL and larger. Standard needle length is 2" / 51 mm. Removable (RN) needles are available in convenient six packs. Custom lengths and point styles are available.
Needles Removable Needle Small Hub

Small Hub RN

Small Hub Removable (RN) needles can be used with removable (RN)-style syringes that are 100 μL and smaller. Standard needle length is 2" / 51 mm. Removable (RN) needles are available in convenient six packs. Custom lengths and point styles are available.

Resources

Hamilton's knowledge base provides a range of explanatory articles, frequently asked questions, and document downloads.
  • Reference Guide - Syringes and Needles

    The Syringe and Needle Reference Guide provides detailed information on Hamilton Company’s full portfolio of syringes and needles. Everything from cleaning and preventative maintenance to individual part numbers are available for review. It also includes selection charts to help you choose between syringe terminations like cemented needles and luer tips.
  • Instructions - Needle Cleaning Kit

    Hamilton Company’s Needle Cleaning Kit contains a 70 mL bottle of Cleaning Solution Concentrate and tungsten cleaning wires in five sizes. Refer to the table below to determine the optimum size and part number of cleaning wires for your needles.
  • SDS - Needle Cleaning Solution

    Download the safety data sheet for Hamilton's needle cleaning solution
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Work with R&D engineers to customize Hamilton parts

Hamilton's "Custom Built" program puts you directly in contact with a Hamilton R&D Engineer to discuss your application and product needs. The engineer will point you to a standard solution or propose a customized solution to meet your needs.

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