Syringe 1000 Series

The 1000 series syringes are a mid-volume Gas tight syringe. This series of syringes is ideal for dispensing volumes from 1 mL up to 100 mL. A variety of different terminations and needle options are available in this series.

1000 Series Specifications

Model NumberVolumeBarrel Inner DiameterStroke LengthOperating PressureOperating Temperature
1001 1 mL 4.61 mm 60 mm 1 MPa 10 - 115 °C1
1002 2.5 mL 7.29 mm 60 mm 1 MPa 10 - 115 °C1
1005 5 mL 10.30 mm 60 mm 1 MPa 10 - 115 °C1
1010 10 mL 14.57 mm 60 mm 1 MPa 10 - 115 °C1
1025 25 mL 23.03 mm 60 mm 0.7 MPa 10 - 80 °C1
1050 50 mL 32.54 mm 60 mm 0.7 MPa 10 - 80 °C1
1100 100 mL 32.54 mm 120 mm 0.7 MPa 10 - 80 °C1

1 If the syringe termination is a cemented needle or luer tip cemented needle then the maximum temperature is 50 °C.

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