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Geotech Hand Pumps

Geotech Hand Pumps

Description

The ideal pump for in-line filtration without a power source to produce a vacuum and pressure system for pumping water manually.

Features

  • The ideal pump for in-line filtration without a power source
  • Produces both a vacuum and a pressure system for pumping water manually
  • Available in plastic or metal, it is compact, lightweight, and ideal for transport to remote sites
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$88.00
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The ideal pump for in-line filtration without a power source. Produces both a vacuum and a pressure system for pumping water manually. It's compact, lightweight, and ideal for transport to remote sites.

The pump is available in plastic or steel and is vacuum gauge calibrated in inches and centimeters. Applications include: in-line filtration, liquids siphon and transfer, vacuum for tests, and measurement of existing amounts of vacuums or creation of pressure.
What's Included:
  • (1) Hand pump
  • (1) 5' length of tubing (1/4" ID x 3/8" OD)
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Geotech Hand Pumps 87500001 Plastic hand pump, 5' tubing (1/4" ID x 3/8" OD)
$88.00
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Geotech Steel Hand Pump 87500002 Steel hand pump, 5' tubing (1/4" ID x 3/8" OD)
$119.00
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Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Geotech Hand Pump Transfer Vessels 77500001 Transfer vessel, 1 L, 1/4" ID x 3/8" OD compression ports
$255.00
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Geotech LDPE Tubing 87050501 LDPE tubing, 0.17" ID x 0.25" OD, priced per ft.
$0.35
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Geotech LDPE Tubing 87050502 LDPE tubing, 0.25" ID x 0.375" OD, priced per ft.
$0.45
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Geotech FEP Tubing 87050509 FEP tubing, 0.17" ID x 0.25" OD, priced per ft.
$1.65
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Geotech FEP Tubing 87050510 FEP tubing, 0.25" ID x 0.375" OD, priced per ft.
$3.95
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