The 7000 series syringes are considered modified Microliter syringes for their unique design. This series of syringes is ideal for dispensing volumes from 0.05 μL up to 5 μL. The 7000 series is the only zero dead volume syringe. The fine gauge plunger wire travels to the tip of the needle ensuring that all solvent is expelled from the needle.
|Model Number||Volume||Plunger Wire|
|Stroke Length||Operating Pressure||Operating Temperature|
|7000.5||0.5 µL||0.104 mm||60 mm||41 MPa||10 - 115 °C|
|7001||1 µL||0.145 mm||60 mm||41 MPa||10 - 115 °C|
|7101||1 µL||0.145 mm||60 mm||41 MPa||10 - 115 °C|
|7002||2 µL||0.206 mm||60 mm||41 MPa||10 - 115 °C|
|7102||2 µL||0.206 mm||60 mm||41 MPa||10 - 115 °C|
|7105||5 µL||0.325 mm||60 mm||41 MPa||10 - 115 °C|
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.
Needle Gauge IndexIn addition to being inert stainless steel, lab needles require proper sizing in order to function properly. The diameter of a needle is defined by its gauge. In addition to being inert stainless steel, lab needles require proper sizing in order to function properly. Hamilton company offers a wide spectrum of gauges. This index displays the internal and outer dimensions as well as the dead volume.
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