AMS Soil Ejectors

AMS Soil Ejectors


The AMS soil ejector snaps inside the slot of the probe and slides up as the sample enters the probe.


  • Fixed ejector
  • Designed to stay inside the slot of the probe
  • Only available for 7/8" soil probes
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AMS Soil Ejectors 402.01 Soil Ejector for 7/8" X 21" Soil Probe
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AMS Soil Ejectors 402.02 Soil Ejector for 7/8" X 33" Soil Probe
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