403.02

AMS Tile Probes

AMS Tile Probes

Description

AMS tile probes are ideal for locating buried pipes, underground tanks or utility lines.

Features

  • Available in stress-relieved steel rod or fiberglass construction
  • Oversized ball tip for sensitivity and easy soil penetration
  • Fiberglass option provides some protection from electric shock
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$47.20
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AMS tile probes are available in two types of material: 1) high carbon stress relieved 3/8" steel rod or 2) 5/8" fiberglass. The steel tile probes are available as a one-piece or two-piece unit with a 10" comfortably gripped cross handle (2-piece cross handle is detachable), and an oversized ball tip for sensitivity and easy soil penetration.

The 48" fiberglass tile probe features a built-in 9" fiberglass comfortably gripped cross handle and a 5/8" diameter pointed steel tip. The fiberglass shaft provides some protection from electric shock, should an electric cable be penetrated accidentally.
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
AMS Tile Probes 403.02 42" Tile Probe
$47.20
In Stock
AMS Tile Probes 403.01 60" Tile Probe
$53.80
Drop ships from manufacturer
AMS Tile Probes 402.93 36" Two Piece Tile Probe
$46.40
Drop ships from manufacturer
AMS Tile Probes 402.97 48" Fiberglass Tile Probe
$28.60
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