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HAM203361

Hamilton® chromatography syringe

for CTC/LEAP Technologies GC Autosampler, model, 701 FN CTC fixed needle, volume × L 10 μL × 51 mm, needle gauge 23s

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NACRES:
NB.03

material

Microliter syringe

grade

for chromatography

feature

autoclavable: no
model 701 FN CTC fixed needle

manufacturer/tradename

Hamilton

parameter

20-50 °C temp. range (68-122 °F)
2000 psig pressure

needle I.D. × O.D.

0.25 mm × 0.64 mm

needle gauge

23s

volume × L

10 μL × 51 mm

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for chromatography

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feature

autoclavable: no

feature

autoclavable: no, model 701 N, cemented needle

feature

Modified Microliter¿ Syringe

feature

autoclavable: no, model 1725 TLL-SAL, no needle

manufacturer/tradename

Hamilton

manufacturer/tradename

Hamilton

manufacturer/tradename

Hamilton 203185

manufacturer/tradename

Hamilton

parameter

20-50 °C temp. range (68-122 °F)

parameter

20-50 °C temp. range (68-122 °F), 2000 psig pressure

parameter

-

parameter

20-50 °C temp. range (68-122 °F), 500 psig pressure

needle I.D. × O.D.

0.25 mm × 0.64 mm

needle I.D. × O.D.

0.13 mm × 0.483 mm

needle I.D. × O.D.

-

needle I.D. × O.D.

-

General description

S-Line syringes deliver exceptional performance for everyday use in HPLC autosampler injections at a great value. The C-Line syringe minimizes the potential for bent needles with a keyed flange design. X-Type syringes are designed for sensitive LC samples (i.e. proteins, peptides, phospholipids, smaller amines, etc.) with a specially coated needle and inner syringe barrel to minimize sample adsorption.

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