For injecting or withdrawing precise fluid volumes
The Manual Microsyringe Pump is a convenient instrument when using visual feedback to determine the amount to be infused or withdrawn. It also provides an economical means for any application requiring injecting/withdrawing a calibrated volume under manual control.
The Microsyringe Pump has numerous applications:
- ICSI microtitration
For example, for microinjection, precise placement in brain tissue is obtained by mounting glass pipettes on the electrode carrier of a stereotaxic instrument. The output is conducted from the syringe to the tissue through PE tubing.
Two Models Available
- The 51222 Model can be used for infusion or withdrawal with syringes 25 µl or larger. A special micrometer with a non-rotating barrel and a clamp binds the syringe plunger to the micrometer.
- The 51218 Model has a rotating barrel micrometer that can only be used for infusion.
Delivers Precise Fluid Volumes
The Starrett® micrometer used is graduated in 0.010 mm increments. The syringe (included) is a Stoelting 51115S with a standard male Luer connector, accurate to 0.01% of graduated volume.
Accommodates Most Syringes
Stoelting’s Microsyringe Pumps accommodate a range of syringes and microsyringes, such as those below, to enable a wide range of volumes to be delivered. For more information on our microsyringes go to Stoelting Micro syringes, Hamilton Micro syringes or All Micro syringes.
Digital Micrometer Option
The 51218 for infusion only, is available with a digital micrometer for convenient digital readings in microns. Also maybe read in inch units. Connection to a computer for automated recording of the dose injected is possible.
The Microsyringe Pumps come with one 100 Microliter syringe, 1 male and 1 female Luer Lock-to-tubing adaptor, and 10 ft. of Intramedic® PE polyethylene 60 tubings, .030″ I.D., x .048″ O.D.
|Microdrive Range||25.4 mm (1 inch)|
|Tubing Included||PE 60, ID 0.030″, OD 0.048″|
|(10 µl syringe)||0.0018 µl/div|
|(25 µl syringe)||0.00416 µl/div|
|(50 µl syringe)||0.012 µl/div|
|(100 µl syringe)||0.0167 µl/div|
|(250 µl syringe)||0.0417 µl/div|
|(500 µl syringe)||0.0833 µl/div|