NEW: Walton's Automatic Syringe Injector


  • Admin

    NEW: Walton’s Automatic Syringe Injector

    What is the new Walton’s Automatic Syringe Injector

    We’ve got a brand new marinade and brine injector that we are really excited for. Unlike a typical marinade injector you use in a kitchen where you have to constantly refill a cylinder that only holds a couple ounces of liquid, our brand new Walton’s Automatic Syringe Injector comes with a feed tube to place in your brine or marinade solution and with each squeeze of the grip handle more liquid is automatically drawn into the syringe which allows for continuous injecting without needing to stop and refill your injector’s cylinder.

    https://www.waltonsinc.com/automatic-syringe-injector

    Watch the Video For a Full Demo

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JwaPTBX-jQE


  • Regular Contributors

    Is that a Luer lock needle? Or are there extra needles available?
    We normally use much shorter needles to inject our competition meats.


  • Admin

    @Gomez said in NEW: Walton’s Automatic Syringe Injector:

    Is that a Luer lock needle? Or are there extra needles available?
    We normally use much shorter needles to inject our competition meats.

    It is a luer lock needle, and that is the only one we have right now.
    If I can get or find more needles in different lengths I will add more, but for now that’s the only needle we have for it.


  • Regular Contributors

    Thanks!
    We normally just use veterinary needles from the farm supply stores.


  • Admin

    @Gomez
    For the needles you have used, do you use a plain injection needle with one opening, or a “spray” needle with multiple openings?
    The one that comes with our auto injector has multiple holes. I’ve had a hard time finding the right luer lock needles in various lengths (and at an affordable price) that have multiple holes. Just curious if you’ve seen them from another farm supply store, or if you’ve just used needles with a single opening and if those have worked well for you?


  • Regular Contributors

    Just the single hole. It’s not ideal but it does work. I like the multiple hole needles for turkeys and such, but try injecting a trimmed chicken thigh with one.



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