One of the first steps to understanding the ideal syringe for your specific application is to know which termination is best. This article help you make that determination, explaining what to choose based on your requirements like dispense volume, need for autoclaving, desired dead volume, pressure tolerances, or necessary headspace.
Another aspect of proper syringe selection requires knowing the graduations visible on a particular syringe series and volume. This detailed table of data provides scale length, total scale divisions, major graduations, minor graduations, and sub-minor graduations of each syringe series by volume.
Needle Point Style Guide
Hamilton 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 Gauge Index
In 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.