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Hamilton® Microliter syringe, cemented needle

701 ASN, volume 10 μL, needle size 26s ga (cone tip), needle L 43 mm (1.71 in.), pkg of 1 ea

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material

cone tip stainless steel needle (point style 1)

needle size

26s ga (cone tip)

feature

needle type N (cemented needle)

packaging

pkg of 1 ea

manufacturer/tradename

Hamilton 80388

needle L

43 mm (1.71 in.)

volume

10 μL

compatibility

for use with Agilent/HP 7673 and 7683 autosampler

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packaging

pkg of 1 ea

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pkg of 1 ea

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pkg of 6 ea

packaging

pkg of 6 ea

needle size

26s ga (cone tip)

needle size

23s ga (cone tip)

needle size

23s-26s ga (cone tip)

needle size

26s ga (cone tip)

feature

needle type N (cemented needle)

feature

needle type N (cemented needle)

feature

needle type N (cemented needle)

feature

needle type N (cemented needle)

manufacturer/tradename

Hamilton 80388

manufacturer/tradename

Hamilton 87987

manufacturer/tradename

Hamilton 80391

manufacturer/tradename

Hamilton 80389

needle L

43 mm (1.71 in.)

needle L

43 mm (1.71 in.)

needle L

43 mm (1.71 in.)

needle L

43 mm (1.71 in.)

General description

Hamilton syringe is available in gas-tight type that minimizes the gas exchange in GC analysis. It gives accurate volume delivery. The plunger is mostly unsurpassed. Syringes can be replaceable or cemented. Cemented have smaller dead volume and shorter lifetimes.
Hamilton′s Microliter syringe is to be used for liquid injection. This syringe is made of with a glass barrel with a hand-fitted stainless steel plunger. The plunger is individually fitted to its matching syringe barrel.

The plunger is not to be used with any other syringe.

Legal Information

Hamilton is a registered trademark of Hamilton Co.
Microliter is a trademark of Hamilton Co.

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