5 µL, Model 65 Small Removable Needle Syringe, 22s ga, 2 in, point style 3

The 600 series syringes are a rugged, durable, and long-lasting half-stroke version of Hamilton’s original 700 series syringes. They have a reinforced plunger which prevents plunger bending. Each plunger is individually fitted to the glass barrel and cannot be interchanged between syringes. This syringe series is ideal for dispensing volumes from 0.25 µL up to 5 µL. In addition, because of the shorter stroke length, the 600 series syringes can be used for one-handed applications.


Compatible with Small RN Hub Needles

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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.
  • $86.00
    (In Stock)
    (In Stock)
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  • $298.00
    (Made to Order)
    (Made to Order)
    This product is calibrated at time of order.

Specifications

Volume
Volume
5 µL
Syringe Type
Syringe Type
Microliter
Syringe Series
Syringe Series
600
Termination
Termination
Removable Needle (RN)
Needle
Needle
Small RN
Gauge
Gauge
22s gauge
Point Style
Point Style
3: Blunt

Additional specifications

Needle Length
Needle Length
2 inch (51 mm)
Fluid Path
Fluid Path
SST, borosilicate glass
Autoclavable
Autoclavable
Yes
Gas Sterilizable
Gas Sterilizable
Yes
Pressure
Pressure
2000 psig (137.9 bar)
Maximum Temperature
Maximum Temperature
80°C / 176°F
Minimum Temperature
Minimum Temperature
10°C / 50°F
Barrel Inner Diameter
Barrel Inner Diameter
0.0189 inches (0.480 mm)
Barrel Outer Diameter
Barrel Outer Diameter
0.260 inches (6.60 mm)
Needle Inner Diameter
Needle Inner Diameter
0.005 inches (0.13 mm)
Needle Outer Diameter
Needle Outer Diameter
0.028 inches (0.711 mm)
Std Needle Dead Volume
Std Needle Dead Volume
1.13 µL
Sales Quantity
Sales Quantity
1 syringe per pack
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