Manual plungers come in two designs, one features a standard dome button and the other features a threaded plunger button. Syringes smaller than 1 mL have a stainless steel plunger for syringes, as shown in the picture on the left. Manual plungers 1 mL and larger are coated with PTFE and come with a threaded hole that allows them to be mounted into automated syringe pumps, which is demonstrated by the image on the right.
This plunger is used for syringes 500 µL and smaller intended for use in an automated syringe pump. A special plunger button protects the delicate plunger wire by stopping the pump at the zero line before damaging the tip. The stop also provides a 6-32 threaded hole that is used to mount the plunger into the syringe drive.
This plunger is used on XP-3000 modular digital syringe pumps and has a stop to limit damage to the plunger tip. This plunger is for half-height syringes with a 30 mm stroke length.
This plunger is used on the XL-3000 modular digital syringe pumps and has a stop to limit damage to the plunger tip. This plunger is for full-height syringes with a 60 mm stroke length.
This plunger features a stop and a back bushing. The back bushing increases the plunger tip life, maintains proper plunger alignment and reduces the particles generated by plunger and glass contact.
Bubble Free Prime Plungers (BFP)
This plunger is used exclusively in syringes for Microlab 600 diluters and dispensers. The plunger features a conical plunger tip that extends through the threaded termination of the syringe into the Microlab 600 valve. This design helps remove air from the system and reduces the priming cycles required.