Geotech Geocontrol PRO Pump Controller

Geotech Geocontrol PRO Pump Controller


The Geocontrol PRO will control all portable bladder pumps, dedicated bladder pumps, and most air lift pumps on the market today.


  • Operates from 12 VDC battery
  • Allows user to sample from depths up to 200 ft.
  • Includes push/pull fitting for easy tubing changes
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The Geocontrol PRO is a compact and portable controller, weighing less than 8 lbs. It will control all portable bladder pumps, dedicated bladder pumps, and most air lift pumps on the market today, operating from a rechargeable 12 VDC battery.

The ultra-reliable mini-compressor inside allows the user to sample from depths to 200', saving you time and money from using a separate air compressor. The Geocontrol PRO features a push/pull tubing fitting for easy tubing changes, and Polyethylene or FEP tubing is available per foot. When ordering, air tubing requires 0.25" OD and discharge tubing requires 0.375" OD.
What's Included:
  • (1) Geocontrol PRO
  • (1) DC power cord
  • (1) Portable carrying case
  • (1) Operations manual
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Geotech Geocontrol PRO Pump Controller 91150017 Geocontrol PRO bladder pump controller, includes carrying case
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How long will the controller operate?
The PRO pump controller will operate for approximately 45 to 60 minutes with an external 12V, 6Ah lead acid battery.

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