Manual Infusion/Withdrawal Pump
For injecting or withdrawing precise fluid volumes
Stoelting’s Manual Microsyringe Pump is a convenient instrument when using visual feedback to determine the amount to be infused or withdrawn.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 Modelcan 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 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 Microsyringes, Hamilton Microsyringes or All Microsyringes.
Digital Micrometer Option
The 51218 for infusion only, is available with a digital micrometer for convenient digital readings in microns. Also may be read in inch units. Connection to a computer for automated recording of dose injected is possible.
The Microsyringe Pumps come with one 100 Microliter syringe, 1 female Luer Lock-to-tubing adaptor and 10 ft. of Intramedic® PE polyethylene 60 tubing, .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|