25 µL Gastight Syringe Model 1802 RN, Small Removable Needle, Needle Sold Separately

The 1800 series syringes are the reinforced plunger version of the 1700 series syringes. Attached to the flange of the syringe is a blue syringe holder. The syringe holder provides an area to hold the syringe that prevents heat transfer, dispense inaccuracies, and plunger blow outs. Additionally, it provides support to small-volume plungers that are prone to bending during injection. This series of syringes are ideal for dispensing volumes from 1 µL up to 250 µL.


Compatible with Small RN Hub Needles

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Variants

A Certificate of Calibration is provided with the product and the procedure is performed with an unbroken chain of calibrations traceable to N.I.S.T.
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Specifications

Volume
Volume
25 µL
Syringe Type
Syringe Type
Gastight
Syringe Series
Syringe Series
1800
Termination
Termination
Removable Needle (RN)
Needle
Needle
Small RN
Gauge
Gauge
No Needle Included
Point Style
Point Style
No Needle Included

Additional specifications

Needle Length
Needle Length
No Needle Included
Fluid Path
Fluid Path
SST, Borosilicate glass, PTFE
Autoclavable
Autoclavable
Yes
Gas Sterilizable
Gas Sterilizable
Yes
Pressure
Pressure
1000 psig (68.9 bar)
Maximum Temperature
Maximum Temperature
80°C / 176°F
Minimum Temperature
Minimum Temperature
10°C / 50°F
Barrel Inner Diameter
Barrel Inner Diameter
0.029 inches (0.729 mm)
Barrel Outer Diameter
Barrel Outer Diameter
0.305 inches (7.75 mm)
Std Needle Dead Volume
Std Needle Dead Volume
N/A
Sales Quantity
Sales Quantity
1 syringe per pack
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