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Geotech Portable Bladder Pumps

Geotech Portable Bladder Pumps

Description

Geotech portable bladder pumps feature single-turn release heads and quick-change bladders for quick and easy field bladder changes.

Features

  • Electropolished 316 SS for unsurpassed durability and truly representative samples
  • Quick change bladder configuration allows the user to easily exchange bladders without tools
  • Compatible with the Geocontrol PRO pump controllers
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Geotech's portable bladder pumps were designed with input from field technicians who actually do the sampling. Single-turn release heads and quick-change bladders have been incorporated for quick in the field bladder changes and easy decontamination. Custom hose barbs allow the pump to be suspended without the need for tubing clamps. The Geotech portable bladder pumps are compatible with the Geocontrol PRO pump controllers.

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