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In-Situ Small Desiccant

In-Situ Small Desiccant

Description

The small desiccant is meant to protect the instrument and cable only during shipping, and should not be used for deployments.

Features

  • Disposable cap that ships with In-Situ vented cable assemblies
  • Joins to the cable with a simple twist for 100% reliability in the field
  • Desiccant gradually turns from blue to pink, alerting you when a replacement is necessary
Your Price
$59.00
In Stock

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Details

The Small Desiccant is a disposable cap that ships with In-Situ Inc. products. The small desiccant is meant to protect the instrument and cable only during shipping, and should not be used for deployments.

Notable Specifications:
  • Materials: ABS plastic, HDPE membrane (high density
  • polyethylene)
  • Dimensions: 18 mm (0.7 in) O.D., 5.3 cm (1.2 in) long
  • Environmental rating: IP 67 (15 cm - 1 m for 30 minutes)
  • Desiccant: Silica gel, type 4
  • Particle size: 0.5 1.0 mm bead
  • Indicating dye: Cobalt chloride, 0.5%
What's Included:
  • (3) In-Situ Small Desiccant
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
In-Situ Small Desiccant 0052230 Small desiccant, 3 pack
$59.00
In Stock
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Questions & Answers

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Does this come standard with a vented levellogger purchase?
Yes, this In-Situ Small Desiccant comes standard with any In-Situ Vented Cable purchase at no additional cost. It is recommended to purchase additional small desiccants if the cable and level logger will be stored in a humid environment.

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