Syringe Selection Guide
Series N – Standard Glass Syringes for Liquids
The most popular plunger is used for a liquid dispensing and made from stainless steel.
It is exceptionally tightly fitted into the glass barrel what is the desired solution for dispensing liquids. The stainless steel plunger rod is well-mounted in the barrel, to allow for exact dosing. It is fixed and thus cannot be replaced.
Series H – Gas Tight Microsyringes
H series features seals made from PTFE or PE.
The PTFE is a standard seal material. It is most commonly known as Teflon® or polytetrafluorethylene. PTFE plunger topping provides a gas tight sealing for the headspace, which makes it applicable for dispensing both liquids and gas.
PE-HD Seals provide better durability than PTFE when working with salty solutions. High-density polyethylene is well-known for its low coefficient of friction which provides smooth operations. HDPE materials durability against impact and abrasion.
Series P –Microsyringes with Adjustable seal
For gas chromatography and HPLC valves, ILS delivers syringes with adjustable PTFE seals. They are equipped with screws that enable regulation of seal-pressure. Adjustable PTFE seals give the user control over increasing or decreasing of the seal pressure according to dosage requirements.
Series G – Microsyringes with an additional seal at the topping
For applications and equipment that requires dosage under counter pressures, ILS provides Static PTFE-Seal at the top of the glass barrel for an additional seal at the topping.
Series T - Zero Dead Volume Microsyringes
Whenever a superior accuracy in a small dosage of liquid is required, a syringe with zero dead volume design is the best solution. In the T series plunger also runs inside the needle, allowing for dosage as low as 1 microliter.
Series SN / SH – Glass Syringes with extended handle
Specialized construction of the plunger prevents the content from being heated by the hand of the user. The plunger rod is designed in a way that protects it from bending. SH and SN series find application for gas chromatography and HPLC valves