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Syringe Manual Gc

Hamilton provides a variety of syringes that are designed for use with manual GC injection ports. Our syringes are handmade with an unmatched attention to detail. The manufacturing process and quality assurance procedures ensure that every syringe we sell will provide superior accuracy, precision, and cycle life. The non-coring, point style 2 needle is ideal for penetrating septa while maximizing the life of the seal. Choose the sub category that is associated with your injection method to find the appropriate syringe for your application.

Syringe Gc Standard Manual Injection Vertical Aspectadjusted Drawing

Standard Injection

Split/splitless injection consists of a heated chamber with a glass liner into which the sample is injected through the septum. A microsyringe is used to inject the sample through a rubber septum into a flash vaporizer chamber at the head of the column.
Syringe Gc Manual On Column Injection Vertical Aspectadjusted1 Drawing

On Column Injection

On-column injection employs the direct introduction of the liquid sample into the column. This is very useful for the analysis of thermally unstable samples and avoids boiling point discrimination.
Syringe Samplelock

SampleLock Syringes

The Hamilton Gastight SampleLock syringes allow you to collect, store, transport and analyze liquid or gaseous samples. An easy-to-use twist valve and a positive rear stop on SampleLock prevents loss of sample and plunger blowout.
Syringe Purge And Trap

Purge and Trap Syringes

These Hamilton Gastight syringes are ideal for Purge and Trap applications because you can easily remove the syringe plunger and load water samples into the syringe barrel. You can add an internal standard or surrogate sample directly to your sample through the twist valve with a 10 µL syringe.


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Syringe Custom Built

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Hamilton's "Custom Built" program puts you directly in contact with a Hamilton R&D Engineer to discuss your application and product needs. The engineer will point you to a standard solution or propose a customized solution to meet your needs.

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