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.Browse All
Reference Guide - Laboratory Syringes and NeedlesThe 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 KitHamilton 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 SolutionSafety data sheets (SDS) are documents that allow for the documentation and logging of the potential risks and hazards associated with a product or substance. Hamilton Company provides SDS sheets for many of it's syringe and needle parts and accessories. Download the safety data sheet for Hamilton's needle cleaning solution.
Needle Point Style GuideHamilton offers a variety of different needle point designs. Needle termination selection is very important to the proper function an application. Lab needles need to perform in many different environments and terminations are available in non-coring, beveled, drilled side port and more. Click to see which version is best for your application.
Needle Length GuideNeedle length is a critical consideration for every application. Each needle hub design requires a slightly different length definition. It doesn't matter if the application is utilizing lab needles for life science injection or environmental analysis of ground water, the injection needs to hit the right target. This guide illustrates how to make the different measurements.
Needle Gauge ChartIn addition to being inert stainless steel, lab needles require proper sizing in order to function properly. The diameter of a needle is defined by its gauge. In addition to being inert stainless steel, lab needles require proper sizing in order to function properly. Hamilton company offers a wide spectrum of gauges. This index displays the internal and outer dimensions as well as the dead volume.
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.Talk to an engineer
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Quickly find the needle you need, just enter your specs in our Custom Needle Builder. Take the hassle out of syringe needle selection with Hamilton's virtual tool to guide you through the selection process.Enter Your Specs