What are glass syringes made from?

Our glass syringes are made from superior borosilicate resistant glass.

Where are glass syringes made?

Our glass syringes are made in Italy and Japan.

Do syringes conform to ISO standards?

Our syringes conform to ISO 594 standards for luer taper fittings.

What types of syringe tips do you offer?

Our syringes are offered with 3 types of tips: Metal Luer Lock, Metal Luer Slip and Glass Luer Slip.

What are interchangeable syringes?

Cadence's Micro-Mate Interchangeable syringes are designed to fit any Micro-Mate interchangeable barrel of the same size. This feature allows for worry-free cleaning as there is no need to fit barrels with individual plungers.

Do you still offer HOSPI-PAK syringes?

No.  HOSPI-PAK syringes were interchangeable syringes packed in "hospi-pak" tray packaging, but they are no longer offered for sale.

What are matched-numbered syringes?

Our Perfektum matched numbered syringes feature frosted individually lapped barrels and plungers which can withstand higher temperatures. These syringes are individually boxed and have matching serial numbers on mating barrels and plungers.

Do you sell replacement chrome-plated ring sets for control syringes?

No. Replacement rings sets are no longer available.

What material is the bulb on an Asepto Type syringe made from?

The bulb is made from age-resistant rubber which can withstand repeated sterilization.

Can the pipetting assembly be sterilized?

Yes. Pipetting assemblies are autoclavable. As with all of our specialty/reusable products, proper cleaning is required to ensure repeated sterilzation and reliability.

Do you offer replacement parts for pipetting assemblies?

Yes. Replacement syringe, metal holder, plunger spring, washer, valve kit, sinker, valve component set and valve only are available for sale.

Is the pipetting assembly compatible with BD Cornwall?

Yes they are fully compatible with BD's Cornwall and are offered at a substantially lower cost (typical saving is over 50%!) BD and Cornwall are trademarks of the Becton Dickinson Company.

Do you offer any products for ELISA, HLA, Tissue Typing or Cell Feeding Inoculation?

Our 8 port Micromatic Manifolds (center and side feed) can be used with all of the above procedures. Our manifolds feature all-stainless steel construction and are ideal for use with 24 and 96 micro assay plates. End screw caps can be easily removed for cleaning. All parts are autoclavable.

Do matched-numbered syringes conform to gastight specifications?

No. Cadence syringes are not suited for chromatography applications.

What are the pressure limits for your glass syringes?

The following pressure limits conform to ISO 591-2:1987 (Para 6.4): For syringes 1ml to 10ml-43.5 PSI (300 kilopascals)/For syringes between 10ml and 30ml - 29 PSI (200 kilopascals)/For syringes over 30ml-21.8 PSI (150 kilopascals).

What are the temperature limits for your glass syringes?

All luer lock and metal tip interchangeable syringes can withstand a maximum sterilization temperature of 200 degrees Centigrade (392 degrees Fahrenheit).

Do you offer Amber glass syringes?

Yes. Amber glass syringes (for light sensitive applications) are offered on a custom basis. Minimum order is 500 syringes per size. Amber syringes can be manufactured in 3ml to 50ml sizes.

Do you offer any glass syringe with a metal plunger?

Yes. Our Perfektum 1ml Tuberculin syringe (catalog 5212) features a metal plunger. The plunger is made from stainless steel.

Do you manufacture custom-syringes?

Yes. We can manufacture glass syringes to custom specifications. For additional information please contact our OEM Sales department.

Do you sell Loss of Resistance (LOR) syringes?

Yes. We can manufacture glass syringes to custom specifications for any customer that has the 510k on their device. For additional information please contact our OEM Sales department.

Do you offer syringes for Dissolved Gas Analysis (DGA)?

Yes. We offer stocked a full range of DGA syringes (5ml to 250ml). Please note that Cadence does not offer the hose kit that is typically included in dissolved gas analysis. Cadence's standard stopcocks can be incorporated into any DGA syringe.

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