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AMS Discrete Liquid Sampler Kit

AMS Discrete Liquid Sampler Kit

Description

Made mainly from durable stainless steel, the manual cable controlled discrete liquid sampler is heavier than most bailers for straight deployment into liquid.

Features

  • Weight allows for easy and straight deployment
  • Includes 25 ft. cable
  • Durable stainless steel construction
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Made mainly from durable stainless steel, the manual cable controlled discrete liquid sampler is heavier than most bailers for straight deployment into liquid.
What's Included:
  • (1) 25' cable control
  • (1) Cable control
  • (1) "T" handle
  • (1) Cable control fitting kit
  • (1) Fluoropolymer container
  • (1) Top cap with fluoropolymer valve
  • (1) Dump valve cap (single valve kit only)
  • (1) Metering valve (dual valve kit only)
  • (2) Fluoropolymer container caps
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
AMS Discrete Liquid Sampler Kit 2200.10 Liquid Sampler w/Cable Control
$735.40
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AMS Discrete Liquid Sampler Kit 2200.20 Dual Valve Liquid Sampler w/Cable Control
$909.80
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Questions & Answers

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Where can I use the discrete liquid sampler kit?
The AMS discrete liquid sampler kit is ideal for sampling of drums, tanks, lagoons, open waters, and monitoring wells with inner diameters of 2" or more.
How much does this sampler weigh?
The manual cable discrete liquid sampler weighs 5.56 pounds. The dual-valve model weighs 6.36 pounds.
How long is the container?
The fluoropolymer liquid sampler container is 12 inches long.

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