Universal dosing syringes
Our dosing syringes are all equipped with a universal Luer connection. The syringes have a flexible plunger for accurate dosing, an eccentric cone and a clear graduation in ml. A dosing syringe is many times more accurate than a dosing cap and easier to handle. Taking samples of liquids, for example to determine the water quality of your pond or aquarium, can also be perfectly achieved with the dosing syringes. The material of the syringes does not affect the water quality and the syringes are individually and sterile packaged.
Use dosing syringes for your hobby
When it is all about sucking up and injecting exact amounts of fluids use syringes from Wood, Tools & Deco. Dosing syringes are widely used in electronics, model making, jewelry making and various other crafts.
Which dosing syringe do you need?
Dosing syringes are available in various sizes, thicknesses and materials. Below is an overview of the options:
- 2 ml - transparent / blue - per 100 pieces
- 5 ml - transparent / blue - per 100 pieces
- 10 ml - transparent / blue - per 100 pieces
- 20 ml - transparent / blue - per 50 pieces
- 20 ml - transparent / white - per 50 pieces
- 50 ml - transparent / white - per 10 pieces
With a small syringe of for example 2 ml you can build up more pressure than with a syringe with a capacity of 10 ml. Good to know, because pressure is force per surface. Because you apply equal pressure on a smaller surface, the liquid will come out with more force.
Dispensing syringes with Luer-lock
The smaller your object, the smaller the syringe. All Wood, Tools & Deco dosing syringes are suitable for many uses. The syringes all have a universal Luer connection. This Luer connection, or Luer lock, is a worldwide standardized system and creates a leak-proof connection between two parts to be connected together. This is mainly found in medical instruments and in laboratory use. Very important if you don't want to mess with your paint or other chemical liquid. In addition, the dosing syringes have a flexible plunger for accurate dosing, an eccentric cone and a graduation in milliliters (ml).