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AMS Soil Probe Replaceable Tips

AMS Soil Probe Replaceable Tips

Description

AMS offers several different replaceable tip options that allow sampling in a variety of soil conditions more efficiently.

Features

  • Available for 1” and 1 1/4” AMS replaceable tip soil probes
  • Improve soil recovery with multiple tip options in appropriate soil conditions
  • Increase equipment lifespan
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Details

  • Regular Tip – For most soil conditions. This tip comes with AMS replaceable tip soil probes.
  • Regular Tip (oversized) – The OD of this tip is larger than the body of the soil probe. It allows the probe to be removed from the soil with ease and creates less disturbance to the sample on slotted soil probes.
  • Clay Tip – This tip has the smallest ID of the replaceable tips. It allows the soil to expand inside the soil probe and will increase recovery in clay and heavily compacted soils.
  • Mud Tip – This tip has the largest diameter of the replaceable tips. Ideal for mud and wet, sandy conditions.
  • Serrated Tip – This tip is used for sampling in heavily rooted soils. It will assist the probe through roots, silage and other obstructions.
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AMS Soil Probe Replaceable Tips 56756 1" Clay replaceable tip
$21.70
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AMS Soil Probe Replaceable Tips 56826 1 1/4" Replaceable tip, serrated
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AMS Soil Probe Replaceable Tips 56827 1" Replaceable tip, serrated
$21.70
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AMS Soil Probe Replaceable Tips 56803 1" Regular replaceable tip, oversize
$21.70
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AMS Soil Probe Replaceable Tips 56801 1 1/4" Regular replaceable tip, oversize
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AMS Soil Probe Replaceable Tips 56796 1 1/4" Clay replaceable tip, threaded
$21.70
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AMS Soil Probe Replaceable Tips 56797 1 1/4" Mud replaceable tip
$21.70
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AMS Soil Probe Replaceable Tips 56757 1" Mud replaceable tip, threaded
$21.70
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