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 a spot to hold the syringe that will not heat up the barrel causing dispense inaccuracies. Additionally it provides support to small volume plungers that are prone to bending during injections. This series of syringes is ideal for dispensing volumes from 1 µL up to 250 µL.
|Model Number||Volume||Barrel Inner Diameter||Stroke Length||Operating Pressure||Operating Temperature|
|1801||10 µL||0.46 mm||60 mm||7 MPa||10 - 115 °C1|
|1802||25 µL||0.73 mm||60 mm||7 MPa||10 - 115 °C1|
|1805||50 µL||1.03 mm||60 mm||7 MPa||10 - 115 °C1|
|1810||100 µL||1.40 mm||60 mm||7 MPa||10 - 115 °C1|
|1825||250 µL||2.30 mm||60 mm||3 MPa||10 - 115 °C1|
1 If the syringe termination is a cemented needle or luer tip cemented needle then the maximum temperature is 50 °C.
Syringe TerminationsOne 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.
Hamilton Needle Point Style GuideHamilton 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.
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