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Watermark Vertical PVC Sampler Kit

Watermark Vertical PVC Sampler Kit

Description

Collect water samples at any depth without exposing them to light with this vertical PVC bottle.

Features

  • Great for free-flushing and "in-series" deployments at any depth
  • Integral cable clamps allow samplers to be easily attached to any point on the line
  • PVC, polyethylene, and silicone construction
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The WaterMark vertical PVC water bottle is able to collect water samples at any depth without exposing them to light during retrieval. This lightweight sampler grabs a 2.2L sample, and the messenger activates the unique trip head that ensures closure and a positive lock. Samples can be drawn from the unit by a drain in the lower unit. The sampler body is PVC and the messenger is bronze.

Note: In-series deployments of multiple bottles on a single line require 333g split bronze messengers with lanyards (sold separately).
Notable Specifications:

Notable Specifications:

  • 2.2 L
  • Length: 19 inches
  • Width at widest point: 9.5 inches
What's Included:
  • (1) 2.2 liter vertical water bottle
  • (1) 20.0m nylon cord
  • (1) Line reel
  • (1) 250g solid bronze messenger
  • (1) Plastic carrying case
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Watermark Vertical PVC Sampler Kit 77904 Vertical PVC water bottle sampler kit, 2.2L
$484.84
Usually ships in 3-5 days
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Watermark Split Messenger with Lanyard 77905 Split messenger with lanyard, 333g
$175.14
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Watermark Sampler Bottle Spare Parts Kit 78903 Spare parts for 2.2L & 5L water bottles
$80.15
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