900 Series Microliter Syringes
The 900 series syringe is the economical version of the 800 series syringe. This series of Microliter syringes is ideal for dispensing volumes from 0.5 μL up to 10 μL. The syringe holder is permanently attached to the syringe barrel. This reduces the initial cost of the syringe but eliminates the possibility of replacement components.
900 Series Specifications
|Model Number||Volume||Barrel Inner Diameter||Stroke Length||Operating Pressure||Operating Temperature|
|95||5 µL||0.34 mm||54 mm||14 MPa||10 - 115 °C1|
|901||10 µL||0.49 mm||54 mm||14 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.
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