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NexSens Deployment Pipe Assemblies

NexSens Deployment Pipe Assemblies

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Deployment pipe assemblies are used to house and protect valuable environmental monitoring instruments while allowing adequate water flow for sampling.

Features

  • Perforated holes bring fresh sample to water quality sensors
  • Threaded male adapter allows for pipe additions or connections to existing PVC pipes
  • Bottom plug with stainless steel eye allows for secondary attachment point
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Deployment pipe assemblies are used to house and protect valuable environmental monitoring instruments while allowing adequate water flow for sampling. The perforated holes bring fresh sample to water quality sensors, and the threaded male adapter allows for pipe additions or connections to existing PVC pipes. A stainless steel stop bolt secures the water quality instrument within the pipe.
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
NexSens Deployment Pipe Assemblies 912M Deployment pipe assembly with stop bolt & threaded male adapter, 2" schedule 80 PVC, 32" length
$145.00
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NexSens Deployment Pipe Assemblies 912 Deployment pipe assembly with dual eye bolts, 2" schedule 80 PVC, 32" length
$145.00
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NexSens Deployment Pipe Assemblies 914M Deployment pipe assembly with stop bolt & threaded male adapter, 4" schedule 80 PVC, 32" length
$195.00
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NexSens Deployment Pipe Assemblies 914 Deployment pipe assembly with dual eye bolts, 4" schedule 80 PVC, 32" length
$195.00
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Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
NexSens Locking Well Caps 902C Locking well cap with pin, 2", SCH 80 PVC
$49.00
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NexSens PVC Female Adapters 902F Threaded female adapter, 2", SCH 80 PVC
$39.00
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NexSens PVC Male Adapters 902M Threaded male adapter, 2", SCH 80 PVC
$39.00
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