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Solinst Model 429 Stainless Steel Point Source Bailer

Solinst Model 429 Stainless Steel Point Source Bailer

Description

The Solinst Model 429 Stainless Steel Point Source Bailer has dual ball valves at top and bottom to prevent a sample from mixing with water from other depths during retrieval.

Features

  • Easy to transport and use
  • Ideal for aquifer profiling
  • Discrete zone groundwater sampler
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$86.00
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Details

The Solinst Model 429 Stainless Steel Point Source Bailer has dual ball valves, top and bottom. This prevents a sample collected at a discrete depth from mixing with water from other depths during retrieval. It is a simple and cost effective device for aquifer profiling, and collecting samples from distinct levels. Purging and disposal of purge water can be avoided. The miniature 0.5" (12.7 mm) diameter model is ideal for use in narrow tubes and direct push devices.
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Solinst Model 429 Stainless Steel Point Source Bailer 100403 Model 429 stainless steel point source bailer with sample release, 0.5" x 2'
$86.00
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Solinst Model 429 Stainless Steel Point Source Bailers 100607 Model 429 stainless steel point source bailer with sample release, 0.5" x 3'
$101.00
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Solinst Model 429 Stainless Steel Point Source Bailers 103472 Model 429 stainless steel point source bailer with sample release, 0.5" x 4'
$107.00
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Solinst Model 429 Stainless Steel Point Source Bailers 100404 Model 429 stainless steel point source bailer with sample release, 1" x 2'
$126.00
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Solinst Model 429 Stainless Steel Point Source Bailers 102935 Model 429 stainless steel point source bailer with sample release, 1" x 3'
$137.00
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Solinst Model 429 Stainless Steel Point Source Bailers 102818 Model 429 stainless steel point source bailer with sample release, 1" x 4'
$148.00
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Solinst Model 429 Stainless Steel Point Source Bailers 100405 Model 429 stainless steel point source bailer with sample release, 1.5" x 2'
$157.00
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Solinst Model 429 Stainless Steel Point Source Bailers 103016 Model 429 stainless steel point source bailer with sample release, 1.5" x 3'
$170.00
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Solinst Model 429 Stainless Steel Point Source Bailers 103025 Model 429 stainless steel point source bailer with sample release, 1.5" x 4'
$183.00
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Solinst Model 429 Stainless Steel Point Source Bailers 102059 Model 429 stainless steel point source bailer with sample release, 2" x 2'
$228.00
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Solinst Model 429 Stainless Steel Point Source Bailers 102065 Model 429 stainless steel point source bailer with sample release, 2" x 3'
$246.00
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Solinst Model 429 Stainless Steel Point Source Bailers 103262 Model 429 stainless steel point source bailer with sample release, 2" x 4'
$269.00
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