AMS Sub-Slab Tamper Resistant Kit
AMS Sub-Slab Gas Vapor Probe Kits are used to sample for volatile organic compounds (VOCs) beneath floor slabs during vapor intrusion investigations. Sub-Slab Kits provide a semi-permanent probe that allows for repeated sampling over time in order to assess the potential of contaminated vapor intrusion beneath the floor slab of a building.
The Sub-Slab GVP Tamper-Resistant Kit includes all of the components that the Sub-Slab GVP Basic Kit would, but it does have a screw-in top cap that will help prevent vandalism or other unwanted use of the sampling point.
- (1) 3" Stainless steel implant
- (1) Rubber shaft plug
- (1) Top plug
- (1) Connector
- (1) Hose barb adapter
- (1) 1/4" x 12" x 0.35" Stainless steel tube
- (1) 2" Stainless steel temper-resistant top cap
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