Hamilton Company offers a wide variety of syringes for life science applications. From gel-loading syringes to custom needles and specialized syringes for animal injections, Hamilton has a solution for many precision liquid handling applications.

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Neuros Syringes

Hamilton Neuros syringes are designed for to accomodate the unique needs of neuroscience injections into rats and mice.
intraocular injection

Intraocular Injector Syringe

Enables one-handed syringe operation for virus or plasmid injections.
Needles Small Gauge Needle

Small Gauge Metal Needles

Hamilton's small gauge removable needles are avaialble from 22 -34 gauge and offer customizable length and point styles to accomodate most animal science applications.
Syringes Removable Needle Compression Fittings Padded

7000 Series Syringe to Glass Capillary Accessories

Hamilton's provides a variety of simple and robust connection options for adapting low dead volume Removable Needle (RN) syringes to PEEK and Glass Capillary tubing.
Syringe Threaded Plunger

Threaded Plunger Syringes

Threaded Plunger Syringes are for applications requiring extremely precise plunger movement or minute fluid manipulation. You can dispense from 0.33 to 37.79 µL per plunger revolution depending on the syringe volume.
Syringe Gel Loading

Gel Loading Syringes

Gel Loading Syringes are designed with small gauge needles that are perfect for loading the lanes on an electrophoresis gel. The most common application is for multiplex DNA sequencing methodologies.
Syringe Micro Pipette

Micro Syringe Pipette

Microsyringe Pipettes have a special 3/4" electrotapered needle for easy attachment of PTFE tips. Your sample only wets the disposable PTFE tips, eliminating sample cross-contamination. The spring-loaded plunger and adjustable stops ensure excellent reproducibility from 0.2 to 3 µL.
Syringe Pipette Controller

Pipette Controller

Pipette Controllers are intended to be used in place of rubber bulbs to easily and precisely fill glass pipettes. The free-sliding plunger coarsely fills the pipette, and the knurled plunger screw completes fine volume adjustment.
Syringe Vdrl Antigen Dispenser

VDRL Antigen Dispenser

The VDRL Antigen Syringe is designed to simplify the dispensing steps for VDRL antigen testing. The test is a microscopic nontreponemal flocculation test to be used for the detection of reagin.

Additional Pages and Resources for Hamilton Laboratory Products

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Hamilton's knowledge base provides a range of explanatory articles, frequently asked questions, and document downloads.
  • Reference Guide - Laboratory Syringes and Needles

    The Syringe and Needle Reference Guide provides detailed information on Hamilton Company’s full portfolio of syringes and needles. Everything from cleaning and preventative maintenance to individual part numbers are available for review. It also includes selection charts to help you choose between syringe terminations like cemented needles and luer tips.
  • Instructions - PEEK Tubing and Pulled Glass Needle Connectors

    The syringe and needle accessories described in this document were developed for low dead volume applications that require easily primed connections for Microliter™ and Gastight® syringes. The connectors and ferrules described below are designed for use with the small Removable Needle (RN) and Knurled Hub (KH) terminations found on the 600, 700, 800, 900, 1700, 1800 and 7000 series syringes with a nominal volume of 0.5–100 µL.
  • Technical Note - Determining Hamilton Syringe Performance

    A general procedure based on determining the mass of deionized water samples delivered by a syringe. True volume is calculated based on the density of water at specific temperatures.
Syringe Custom Built

Work with R&D engineers to customize Hamilton parts

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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