Hamilton syringes are designed as precision measuring instruments, and find wide use for sample introduction into analytical instruments, as well as volume dispensers for accuare, small-scale dilutions.
Hamilton Syringe Types
* Microliter® For use with liquids. It has an individually-fitted stainless stell plunger.
* Modified Microliter® For micro-sampling liquids, the entire sample is contained in the needle. A tunsten-wire plunger travels the length of the needle to displace the sample.
* Gastight® This features a precision PTFE plunger tip, for use with both gases and liquids.
Hamilton Point Styles
* Point Style 2- For septa penetration and GC injectors
* Point Style 3- For pippetting and HPLC injections
* Point Style 5- Used to minimize septum coring
* Point Style HP- Used on Agilent 7673/1683 Autosamplers
* N, Cemented Needle Needles are cemented into the glass syringe barrel at a point corresponding to the zero graduation mark. Not autoclavable.
* RN, Removable Needle Removable needles seat precisely to the zero graduation mark of the syringe; damaged needles are easily replaced. Autoclace when sisassembled.
* TLL, PTFE Luer Lock The male luer tape accepts all luer-hub needles and connectors; locks luer hubs in place. Autoclavable when disassembled.
* LTN, Luer Tip Cemented Needle Needles are cemented into the glass syringe barrel at a point, corresponding to the zero graduation mark. Not autoclavable.
* KH, Knureld Hub The knurled hub, with replaceable needle, is used on 7000 series syringes only; it is autoclavable when disassembled. The knurled hub enables high injection pressures and attatchment of spacers, for repeatable-depth injections.