401.04

AMS Regular Soil Probes

AMS Regular Soil Probes

Description

AMS Regular Soil Probes feature a window slot in the cylinder of the probe for easy sample recovery.

Features

  • Choose from unplated, nickel-plated or stainless steel models
  • Sturdy design prevents the probe from bending or twisting out of shape
  • Includes a removable, corrosion-resistant 10" cross-handle with comfortable grips
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Regular soil probes are used without a liner and are available in two diameters and three lengths. Unplated, or rust-resistant nickel-plated or stainless steel models are available. All AMS probes are made of a sturdy design that prevents the probe from bending or twisting out of shape. Regular soil probes also include a removable, corrosion-resistant 10" cross-handle with comfortable grips.
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
AMS Regular Soil Probes 401.04 7/8" X 21" Soil Probe w/Handle
$50.50
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AMS Regular Soil Probes 401.03 7/8" X 33" Soil Probe w/Handle
$50.10
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AMS Regular Soil Probes 401.02 7/8" X 21" Plated Soil Probe w/Handle
$51.80
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AMS Regular Soil Probes 401.01 7/8" X 33" Plated Soil Probe w/Handle
$54.90
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AMS Regular Soil Probes 401.11 1 1/8" X 24" Plated Soil Probe w/Handle
$74.40
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AMS Regular Soil Probes 401.13 7/8" X 21" SST Soil Probe w/Handle
$86.80
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AMS Regular Soil Probes 401.15 7/8" X 33" SST Soil Probe w/Handle
$94.50
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AMS Regular Soil Probes 401.17 1 1/8" X 24" SST Soil Probe w/Handle
$112.00
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AMS Regular Soil Probes 401.05 7/8" X 21" Plated Soil Probe w/Slide Hammer
$221.10
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AMS Regular Soil Probes 401.07 7/8" X 33" Plated Soil Probe w/Slide Hammer
$229.80
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AMS Regular Soil Probes 401.19 1 1/8" X 24" Plated Soil Probe w/Slide Hammer
$240.10
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AMS Regular Soil Probes 401.14 7/8" X 21" SST Soil Probe w/Slide Hammer
$237.60
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AMS Regular Soil Probes 401.16 7/8" X 33" SST Soil Probe w/Slide Hammer
$248.50
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AMS Regular Soil Probes 401.18 1 1/8" X 24" SST Soil Probe w/Slide Hammer
$268.40
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Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
AMS Soil Ejectors 402.01 Soil Ejector for 7/8" X 21" Soil Probe
$36.10
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