AMS Signature Series Soil Core Cups & Caps

AMS Soil Core Samplers allow you to collect relatively undisturbed soil core samples from the subsurface or from pre-augered boreholes.

Features

  • Collect relatively undisturbed soil core samples into liners
  • Designed for soil profiling or chemical analysis
  • Carbon steel construction
Your Price $263.60
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AMS Signature Series Soil Core Cups & Caps354.16 2" x 6" Signature SCS Cup & Cap
$263.60
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AMS 354.15 1 1/2" x 6" Signature SCS Cup & Cap
$296.70
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AMS 404.35 2" X 6" SCS Cup
$188.10
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AMS 404.40 1 1/2" X 6" SCS Cup
$219.20
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AMS 404.42 2 1/2" X 6" SCS Cup
$222.80
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AMS 404.46 3" X 6" SCS Cup
$249.60
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AMS 354.02 2" Signature SCS Cap
$144.70
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AMS 354.03 2 1/2" Signature SCS Cap
$154.50
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AMS 354.04 3" Signature SCS Cap
$171.10
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AMS Signature Series Slide Hammers 350.96 Signature Compact Slide Hammer
$179.10
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AMS Signature Series Auger Extensions 351.00 1' Signature Extension
$71.60
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AMS Plastic Liners 425.07 3/4" X 12" Plastic Liner
$1.60
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AMS Liner Caps 425.22 Plastic liner end cap, 3/4"
$0.40
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AMS soil core samplers collect relatively undisturbed soil core samples into liners that may be easily transfered to a lab for soil profiling or chemical analysis. The liner may also be extruded in the field for examination of the soil core sample. Soil core samples are available in carbon steel or stainless steel, and are sized by the outside diameter of the liner.
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