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Solinst Model 800 Straddle Packers

Solinst Model 800 Straddle Packers

Description

Solinst Model 800 straddle packers are primarily for use in 2" to 5" monitoring wells (50 and 125 mm) as single or straddle packers.

Features

  • Solinst Model 800 designed for isolating discrete zones
  • Can be inflated using a hand pump up to 50 psi
  • Ideal for use with Integra bladder pumps or double valve pumps
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Solinst Model 800 straddle packers are primarily for use in 2" to 5" monitoring wells (50 and 125 mm) as single or straddle packers. They can be inflated using a hand pump to a maximum of up to 50 psi (345 kPa).
Notable Specifications:
  • Packer Size OD: 1.8" (46 mm)
  • Access ID: 1/2" (12.7 mm)
  • Gland Length: 23" (584 mm)
  • Overall Length: 29" (737 mm)
  • Borehole Size: 1.9 - 2.4" (48 - 61 mm)
  • Borehole Size with Centralizers: 2.5 - 3.5" (63 - 89 mm)
  • Pipe Fittings: 1/2" NPT Female
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Solinst Model 800 Straddle Packers 107966 Model 800 straddle packer with centralizer clamps, 1.8" x 2'
$363.00
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Solinst Model 800 Straddle Packers 107968 Model 800 straddle packer with centralizer clamps, 3.7" x 3'
$629.00
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Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Solinst Inflation Valve Assembly 107899 Inflation valve assembly for Model 800 packer, 1/8"
$30.00
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Solinst High Pressure Hand Pump 101278 High pressure hand pump
$80.00
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Solinst 107973 Spare centralizer with clamps, 1.8"
$13.00
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Solinst 108111 Spare centralizer with 1" spacer & ties, 3.7"
$22.00
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