11053013

Geotech 1 3/4" FEP Coupler

Geotech 1 3/4" Teflon Coupler

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Coupler for 1 3/4" FEP reusable bailer

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Geotech 1 3/4" FEP Coupler 11053013 Coupler for 1 3/4" FEP reusable bailer
$68.37
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Geotech 1 3/4" FEP Reusable Bailers 11053010 FEP reusable bailer body, 1 3/4" x 12"
$105.10
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Geotech 1 3/4" FEP Reusable Bailers 11053014 FEP reusable bailer body, 1 3/4" x 24"
$189.80
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Geotech 1 3/4" FEP Reusable Bailers 11053015 FEP reusable bailer body, 1 3/4" x 36"
$231.63
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Geotech 1 3/4" FEP Standard Top 11053011 Standard top for 1 3/4" FEP reusable bailer
$94.90
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Geotech 1 3/4" FEP Point Source Top 11053221 Point source top for 1 3/4" FEP reusable bailer
$153.06
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Geotech 1 3/4" FEP Standard Bottom 11053214 Standard bottom for 1 3/4" FEP reusable bailer
$94.90
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Geotech 1 3/4" FEP 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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