CU1000

Global Water Portable Samplers

Global Water Portable Samplers

Description

Global Water's portable samplers combine all the features needed to meet a wide variety of sampling requirements, including those for stormwater, water and wastewater treatment, and rivers and streams.

Features

  • Can be configured for time-based or flow proportional samples
  • Quick disconnect pickup hose conveniently stored inside the enclosure for easy transport
  • Automatic backflush clears pickup strainer and hose
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Global Water's portable samplers combine all the features needed to meet a wide variety of sampling requirements, including those for stormwater, industrial discharge, water and wastewater treatment, waste collection systems, and rivers and streams.

Controller
The sampler's state of the art controller gives the user complete control over the sampling process. With the sampler's sample size control, the user can take individual time-weighted composite samples or full-bottle discrete grab samples. The sample interval control allows the user to set the time between individual composite samples or enable the external trigger mode for flow proportional sasmpling. A start delay timer allows the user to start multiple samplers in the field at the same time, or to delay drawing a sample after a triggering event for a more representative sample.  An automatic 15 second backflush cycle clears any debris from the sampler's strainer and empties the water from the hose so the next sample is not contaminated.

Enclosure
The sampler's rugged rainproof enclosure can be padlocked and/or chained to prevent tampering. The samplers are enclosed in a case that can be easily hidden or camouflaged to prevent vandalism. The units are lightweight enough that even with a full sample bottle the samplers can be suspended, from the over-molded handle on top, in a manhole or tree. The compact enclosure features heavy duty polyurethane wheels and a retractable extension handle for easy transportation.  The pickup hoses come with quick disconnect fittings which allows them to be disconnected from the sampler and conveniently stored inside the enclosure when being moved or when not in use.

Power
The sampler's 5 AH rechargeable battery will power the sampler for several months or several sampling events. The sealed gel-cell battery and BC100 smart charge controller are contained in a separate battery box inside the sampler's main enclosure to isolate and protect electrical connections. The included smart charger prevents overcharging and greatly extends battery life over other charging methods.

Sample Size
The user can adjust the sampler's peristaltic pumps individually to one of 15 composite sample sizes from 50mL to 2L plus a full bottle discrete setting. The sampler's peristaltic pumps can be set to a single sample time interval from 5 minutes to 12 hours plus an external trigger mode setting for flow proportional sampling. Sample bottles are each equipped with a float switch that automatically turns off the peristaltic sampling pump if the water bottle becomes full.

WS755 Unique Features
A unique feature of the WS755 sampler is the ability to set the sampling mode for each pump and bottle individually. This allows the user to take two individual time-weighted or flow proportional composite samples; set the stormwater/wastewater samplers to take full-bottle discrete (grab) samples; or set them to take a full-bottle discrete (grab) sample in one bottle and a time-weighted or flow proportional composite sample in the other. In the case of two composite samples, the user can have different size settings for each pump.

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