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Alexis Peristaltic Pump Rental

Alexis Peristaltic Pump Rental

Description

Peristaltic Pump Kit

Features

  • Sample from depths to 27 ft. (at sea level)
  • Pumps from 40mL per minute to 2.5L per minute
  • LCD display provides real-time flow rates
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$30.00
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The compact Alexis peristaltic pump is the ideal solution for low-flow groundwater sampling to depths of 27 feet.
What's Included:
  • (1) Alexis peristaltic pump with internal battery, mounted in Pelican 1430 case
  • (1) AC adapter for both 110V and 220V direct plug-in
  • (1) 10' DC power cord with battery clamps
  • (1) Easy-Load II pumphead
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Alexis Peristaltic Pump Rental ALEXIS-D Rental of Pegasus Alexis peristaltic pump, priced per day
$30.00
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Alexis Peristaltic Pump Rental ALEXIS-2D Rental of Pegasus Alexis peristaltic pump, priced per 2-day period
$48.00
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Alexis Peristaltic Pump Rental ALEXIS-W Rental of Pegasus Alexis peristaltic pump, priced per week
$85.00
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Alexis Peristaltic Pump Rental ALEXIS-2W Rental of Pegasus Alexis peristaltic pump, priced per 2-week period
$127.00
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Alexis Peristaltic Pump Rental ALEXIS-M Rental of Pegasus Alexis peristaltic pump, priced per month
$181.00
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