Hamilton™ Microliter™ and Gastight™ CTC and LEAP Technologies LC PAL Autosampler Syringes

Designed for use with CTC LC PAL, HTC PAL, HTS PAL HTX PAL, PAL HTC-xt, PAL HTS-xt, PAL HTX-xt extended and other autosamplers

Brand: Hamilton™

Manufacturer Part Number: 203083

UNSPSC: 41122000

Code: 13

Additional Details:
Additional Details: Weight: 0.04500kg

Product Code. 10679009

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1 £ 82.3 / Each
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Description and Specification


Volume (Metric) 2.5mL
Material (Barrel) Borosilicate Glass
Connection Type Cemented
Model 1002
Diameter (Metric) Inner Needle 0.041cm
Autoclavable No
Diameter (Metric) Inner Barrel 0.729cm
Diameter (Metric) Inside 7.29mm
For Use With (Equipment) CTC LC PAL, HTC PAL, HTS PAL HTX PAL, PAL HTC-xt, PAL HTS-xt, PAL HTX-xt extended and other autosamplers
Type Gastight™ Autosampler Syringe
Quantity Each
Length (Metric) Needle 5.08cm
Gauge 22 ga
Temperature Range (Metric) 20° to 50°C
Diameter (Metric) Outer Barrel 0.96cm
Diameter (Metric) Outer Needle 0.072cm
Material (Plunger) Stainless Steel
Length (Metric) 51mm
Max. Pressure 68.9 bar
Needle Point Style Blunt
Diameter (Metric) Outside 9.6mm

Syringes in this category are either 700 series Microliter or 1700 and 1000 series Gastight syringes. Microliter syringes have stainless steel plungers that are hand fitted to glass barrels and are designed for liquid sampling. Gastight syringes have PTFE plunger tips that create tight connections between syringe barrels and plungers allowing for liquid or gas sampling.

  • C-Line with high-temperature plunger tip
  • Adjustable plunger button for plunger tip clearance
  • PTFE/polymer for temperature stability
  • Hub and needle design for zero carryover
  • Polished and coated syringe glass barrel chemical inertness
  • Syringe terminations: fixed needle (FN), Luer tip cemented needle (LTN)
  • Blunt needle point style: 3
Fixed Needle (FN)
  • Found on CTC chromatography syringes
  • Direct attachment of needle to barrel
Luer Tip Cemented Needle (LTN)
  • For mid volume syringes
  • Needles are cemented into glass syringe barrels at points corresponding to zero graduation mark
  • Not autoclavable
  • Needle gauge is determined by syringe volume and are not user-selectable