Geotech 1 3/4" FEP Reusable Bailers

These reusable water sampling bailers are made of chemically inert, 100% virgin fluoropolymer resin.

Features

  • Available with a complete set of mix-and-match interchangeable components
  • Ideal in all groundwater sampling applications
  • Increased versatility with point source tops and controlled flow bottoms
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Geotech 1 3/4" FEP Reusable Bailers11053010 FEP reusable bailer body, 1 3/4" x 12"
$105.10
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Geotech 11053014 FEP reusable bailer body, 1 3/4" x 24"
$189.80
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Geotech 11053015 FEP reusable bailer body, 1 3/4" x 36"
$231.63
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Geotech 1 3/4" Teflon Coupler 11053013 Coupler for 1 3/4" FEP reusable bailer
$68.37
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Geotech 1 3/4" Teflon Standard Top 11053011 Standard top for 1 3/4" FEP reusable bailer
$94.90
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Geotech 1 3/4" Teflon Point Source Top 11053221 Point source top for 1 3/4" FEP reusable bailer
$153.06
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Geotech 1 3/4" Teflon Standard Bottom 11053214 Standard bottom for 1 3/4" FEP reusable bailer
$94.90
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Geotech 1 3/4" Teflon Controlled Flow Bottom 11053219 Controlled flow bottom for 1 3/4" FEP reusable bailer
$179.59
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Geotech White Nylon Twine Bailing Cord 77051006 White nylon twine bailing cord, 350 ft. roll
$4.85
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Geotech Yellow Nylon Bailing Cord 77051001 Yellow 3/16" nylon bailing cord, 1000 ft. roll
$64.80
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Geotech White Diamond Braid Nylon Bailing Cord 77051003 White diamond braid nylon bailing cord, 1000 ft. roll
$69.90
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Geotech FEP Coated Stainless Steel Safety Cable 77051004 FEP coated stainless steel safety cable, 1/16" x 3/32", priced per foot
$1.30
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These reusable water sampling bailers are made of chemically inert, 100% virgin fluoropolymer resin. Bailers are available with a complete set of mix and match interchangeable components making them ideal in all groundwater sampling applications.
  • Standard Top: The opening is V notched for accurate pouring. The rounded thread design allows easy, complete cleaning.
  • Bailer Body: The standard body is 1 3/4" and is available in 1 ft., 2 ft. and 3 ft. lengths. Bailers are also available in 3/4" and 1" O.D. for use in 1", 1 3/4" or 1 " diameter wells.
  • Standard Bottom: Precision ground check valve stays confined to the bottom section to prevent loss. Special seat design prevents leakage and premature opening when emptying.
  • Increased Versatility: The Point Sampling top offers an added check valve that isolates samples taken at specific depths. The Controlled Flow Bottom controls the flow rate from slow drip to rapid empty. High speed Sample Transfer Devices are available in several configurations.
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