A hypodermic syringe, commonly referred to as a syringe, is a medical device used for injecting or withdrawing fluids from the body. It consists of a barrel, plunger, and needle, and it provides a precise and controlled method for administering medications, vaccines, or drawing blood samples.
The main components of a hypodermic syringe include:
Barrel: The barrel is a cylindrical tube made of transparent or translucent plastic or glass. It is calibrated with volume markings, typically in milliliters (mL) or cubic centimeters (cc), allowing for accurate measurement of the fluid being administered or withdrawn.
Plunger: The plunger is a movable rod or piston that fits inside the barrel. It can be pushed or pulled to create positive or negative pressure within the syringe, controlling the flow of the fluid.
- High clarity transparent barrel molded by using premium quality medical grade polypropylene.
- Thermo Plastic Elastomer (TPE) Gasket for smooth movement of the plunger.
- Needles are manufactured by using imported Cannula with precise tip sharpness and strong bonding strength with the hub.
- Needles have an ultra-thin wall permitting rapid and efficient drug delivery.
- Sterilized with Ethylene Oxide gas.
- Barrel & Plunger :- Polypropylene.
- Gasket :- TPE (Shore Hardness – 55 Shore A, Tensile Strength > 30 Kg/cm2).
- Hub & Cap:- Polypropylene.
- Cannula :- As per ISO 7886-1.
- Silicon :- Dow Corning.
87 x 36 x 50 cms (1ml, 2ml, 3ml)
88 x 39 x 42 cms (5ml), 79 x 43 x 35 cms (10ml)
80 x 55 x 34 cms (20ml), 58 x 43 x 44.5 cms (50ml)