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Solinst Model 660 Drive Point Profilers

Solinst Model 660 Drive Point Profilers

Description

The Model 660 Drive-Point Profiler is designed to allow collection of groundwater samples from multiple points in a single drive/drilling location, at discrete zones.

Features

  • Contaminant vs. depth profiling
  • Detailed plume delineation
  • High quality groundwater samples
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The Model 660 Profiler is designed to be a preliminary site assessment tool. It enables the collection of groundwater samples from multiple points in a single drive/drilling location, at discrete zones.

The Drive-Point Profiler was originally developed at the University of Waterloo and is described in various papers. A rig pushes, vibrates, or hammers the Profiler and attached AW rod to the desired depth.

The Profiler is 1.75” (45 mm) in diameter, stainless steel, with a row of screened inlet holes set circumferentially. The inlet holes lead to a single stainless steel fitting, where 4 mm LDPE or PTFE sample line leads to a Peristaltic Pump at surface.

Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Solinst Model 660 Drive Point Profilers 101928 Model 660 drive point profiler, AW version
$195.00
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Solinst Model 660 Drive Point Profilers 102546 Model 660 drive point profiler, AW grout tip version
$401.00
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Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Solinst Model 660 AW Replacement Grout Tip 112971 Model 660 AW replacement grout tip
$28.00
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Solinst Model 660 LDPE Tubing 109472 Model 660 4mm x 2.5mm LDPE tubing, 250 ft. roll
$18.00
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