Geotech Clear PVC Disposable Bailers

Geotech disposable bailers come in a variety of configurations and specifications for every type of water sampling requirement, including the most demanding.

Features

  • Manufactured under strict clean-room conditions, with FDA approved high density poly resin or FEP
  • Orbit Flux design fills 33% faster and V-notch design provides for accurate pouring
  • As heavy as most double-weighted bailers without the cost
Your Price $6.25
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Geotech Clear PVC Disposable Bailers81050051 PVC disposable bailer, clear, 1.5" x 36"
$6.25
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Geotech 1.5" x 36" PVC Disposable Bailers 81050050 PVC disposable bailer, clear, 1.5" x 36", case of 24
$113.00
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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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Geotech Electric Rewind Bailer Cable Reel 91050000 Electric rewind bailer cable reel (cable sold separately)
$2,400.00
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Manufactured with thick walls, Geotech bailers are heavier than standard disposable bailers, and sink every time. You usually have to pay extra for a heavier bailer, making Geotech bailers a much better value. The weighted disposable bailers are as heavy as most of the competitions double-weighted bailers, but without the extra cost!
  • Improved bailer design: Geotech's Orbit Flux design fills 33% faster than other bailers. V-notch design for trouble free cord attachment, and accurate pouring.
  • Weighted disposable bailer: As heavy as most double-weighted without the extra cost.
  • Manufactured under strict clean-room conditions: Made of virgin, FDA approved, high-density poly resin. The polyethylene used contains no plasticizers or additives, and no regrinds are accepted.
  • Certified clean: Geotech polyethylene bailers go through independent laboratory testing and analysis on each material lot.
  • Optional double check valve: Isolates the sample, sealing as the bailer is removed from the well at specific depths.
  • Pressurized disposable bailer available: Special bailer provides the convenience of using in-line dispos-a-filters in the field when pumps are not available.
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