56864

AMS Hay Probes

AMS Hay Probes

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This 7/8" basic OD hay probe is ideal for taking core samples that can be analyzed and inspected.

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This hay probe is ideal for taking core samples that can be analyzed and inspected. With a heat- treated serrated tip and a chamfered extraction slot, samples are easily obtained and accurate. Cores can be emptied into a bucket or sample bag. For the best results possible, the sampler should be emptied with the included extraction tool to provide a more accurate core each time. A 1/2" drill adapter is included for easy use. The deluxe model also includes a plastic canister that conveniently stores up to twenty cores.
What's Included:
  • (1) Probe body
  • (1) 1/2" Drill adapter
  • (1) Hay core probe plunger
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AMS Hay Probes 56864 Basic 12" hay probe
$207.00
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AMS Hay Probes 57051 Deluxe 12" hay probe
$302.50
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AMS Hay Probes 57068 Deluxe 24" hay probe
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AMS 57048 Hay probe bottom cap
$69.70
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AMS 57049 Hay probe top cap
$111.50
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AMS 57071 Hay core probe plunger
$17.60
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AMS 12363 Hey retaining ring
$1.40
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