What is the diameter of a 10ml syringe?

Syringe, 10ml, sterile, with detached (bi-packed / mounted) needle , 21Gx1 1/2″ (0.80 x 40mm), disposable, box of 100.

What is the diameter of a 10ml syringe?

14.5
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Syringe Size I.D. Inner Diameter (mm) Minimum Flow Rate (uL/hr)
3mL 8.66 1.84694
5mL 12.07 3.58784
10mL 14.5 5.17791
20mL 19.13 9.01256

What is the length of 10 mL syringe?

Syringe, 10ml, sterile, with detached (bi-packed / mounted) needle , 21Gx1 1/2″ (0.80 x 40mm), disposable, box of 100.

What is a norm-Ject syringe?

NORM-JECT and HENKE-JECT syringes are latex free, contain no rubber, no silicone oil, styrene, or DEHP and are DNA free. These syringes are the choice for any situation needing an inert, nonreactive syringe. Because of their composition, they are ideal for chromatography and many other laboratory procedures.

How much does a 10 mL syringe weigh?

Syringe Packing, Weight & Dimension :

Capacity Packing Inner/Outer Units Weight Details (with Syringe)
2ml 100/2000 0.650kg / Secondary Cartoon
3ml 100/2000 0.650kg / Secondary Cartoon
5ml 100/2400 0.832kg / Secondary Cartoon
10ml 100/2000 0.666kg / Secondary Cartoon

How long is a 3ml syringe?

3 mL Syringes and Needles Specifications Gauge Size Options: 20 Gauge, 21 Gauge, 23 Gauge or 25 Gauge. Needle Length Options: 1/2 Inch, 5/8 Inch or 1 Inch.

What is the use of 10 mL syringe?

– 10ml Syringe is the most commonly used size of syringe across all hospitals and clinics. It is used to administer drugs, medication, anaesthesia, etc.

What is the length of a syringe?

Standard needles vary in length from 3/8 inch to 3-1/2 inch. The location of the administration determines the needle length required. Generally, the further the depth of the injection, the longer the needle. Intramuscular injections require extended needle lengths.

What is a norm Ject syringe used for?

Due to their purity, Norm-Ject are indicated for in vitro fertilization (IVF), embryo-transfer, chromatography, and many laboratory procedures. Manufactured only from laboratory-grade polypropylene and polyethylene, these unique plastic syringes have a positive safety stop to prevent accidental spills.

What are the different sizes of syringe diameters?

Syringe Diameters Plastic (Norm-Ject): 20 mL 20.10 mm 10 mL 15.96 mm 5 mL 12.46 mm 3 mL 9.83 mm 1 mL 4.71 mm Glass (Fortuna® Optima®): 50 mL 26.89 mm 10 mL 14.69 mm 5 mL 11.76 mm 1 mL 4.60 mm Glass (Kloehn) 500 µL (black) 3.25 mm 250 µL (red) 2.30 mm 100 µL (orange) 1.45 mm 25 µL (green) 0.72 mm

What is the difference between rubber tipped and inert syringe?

These syringes are the choice for any situation needing an inert, non-reactive syringe. Because of their composition, these syringes are indicated for Nuclear Medicine, Amniocentisis, IVF, embryo-transfer, chromatography and many laboratory procedures. They are more chemically resistant than rubber tipped syringes.

Why choose a Nissen syringe?

Great value at reasonable costs. These syringes are the choice for any situation needing an inert, non-reactive syringe. Because of their composition, these syringes are indicated for Nuclear Medicine, Amniocentisis, IVF, embryo-transfer, chromatography and many laboratory procedures.