GC Autosampler Syringes

Hamilton maintains a large catalog of replacement syringes for the most popular gas chromatography autosamplers. Our syringes are handmade with an unmatched attention to detail. The manufacturing process and quality assurance procedures ensure that every syringe we sell will provide superior accuracy and precision as well as cycle life. Choose the sub category that is associated with your autosampler manufacturer to find the syringes available for your instrument.

Syringes for Agilent GC Autosamplers

Hamilton maintains a large variety of replacement syringes for the most popular gas chromatography (GC) autosamplers, including the Agilent Automatic Liquid Sampler (ALS) instrument.

Syringes for CTC/LEAP PAL GC

Trust Hamilton syringes at the heart of your GC injection. Choose from a wide range of syringe options for PAL GC and Combi PAL (Headspace) GC Autosamplers.

Syringes for Shimadzu GC

Hamilton offers a wide variety of syringes specifically designed for Shimadzu autosamplers that require 43 mm needle lengths as well as standard 51 mm lengths.

Syringes for Perkin Elmer GC

Autosystem and Clarus 500 Hamilton offers two quality syringe options for the Autosystem and Clarus 500 GC Autosamplers.

Syringes for Perkin Elmer GC

Hamilton maintains a large variety of replacement syringes for the most popular gas chromatography (GC) autosamplers, including the Agilent Automatic Liquid Sampler (ALS) instrument.

Syringes for Thermo Finnigan GC

Hamilton offers two quality syringe options for the ThermoFinnigan HS 250, HS 500, and HS 850, one quality syringe option for the AS 800 and AS 2000, and four quality syringe options for the AI 3000 and AS 3000 GC Autosamplers.

Downloads

Hamilton’s knowledge base provides a range of explanatory articles, frequently asked questions, and document downloads.

Technical Note - Determining Hamilton Syringe Performance

A general procedure based on determining the mass of deionized water samples delivered by a syringe. True volume is calculated based on the density of water at specific temperatures.