Geotech Disposable Bailer Accessories

Sampling accessories are designed for the Geotech disposable bailers.

Features

  • Unique design allows sample transfer to VOA vials with minimal loss of VOC's
  • Product sampler is used for floating hydrocarbons
  • Wide selection of disposable bailer accessories
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Geotech Disposable Bailer Accessories81050037 Poly VOC tips for .75" dia. bailers
$1.60
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Geotech Disposable Bailer Accessories 81050036 Poly VOC tips for .75" dia. bailers, case of 24
$27.00
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Geotech Disposable Bailer Accessories 81050019 Poly VOC tips for 1.5" dia. bailers
$1.38
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Geotech Disposable Bailer Accessories 81050020 Poly VOC tips for 1.5" dia. bailers, case of 24
$26.30
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Geotech Disposable Bailer Accessories 71050041 Teflon VOC tips for 1.5" dia. bailers
$1.81
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Geotech Disposable Bailer Accessories 71050042 Teflon VOC tips for 1.5" dia. bailers, case of 12
$17.00
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Geotech Disposable Bailer Accessories 81050034 Poly VOC tips for 3" dia. bailers, case of 9
$27.30
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Geotech Disposable Bailer Accessories 81050033 Poly free product samplers
$3.32
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Geotech Disposable Bailer Accessories 81050032 Poly free product samplers, case of 24
$65.00
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Geotech Disposable Bailer Accessories
81050037
Poly VOC tips for .75" dia. bailers
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$1.60
Geotech Disposable Bailer Accessories
81050036
Poly VOC tips for .75" dia. bailers, case of 24
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$27.00
Geotech Disposable Bailer Accessories
81050019
Poly VOC tips for 1.5" dia. bailers
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$1.38
Geotech Disposable Bailer Accessories
81050020
Poly VOC tips for 1.5" dia. bailers, case of 24
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$26.30
Geotech Disposable Bailer Accessories
71050041
Teflon VOC tips for 1.5" dia. bailers
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$1.81
Geotech Disposable Bailer Accessories
71050042
Teflon VOC tips for 1.5" dia. bailers, case of 12
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$17.00
Geotech Disposable Bailer Accessories
81050034
Poly VOC tips for 3" dia. bailers, case of 9
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$27.30
Geotech Disposable Bailer Accessories
81050033
Poly free product samplers
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$3.32
Geotech Disposable Bailer Accessories
81050032
Poly free product samplers, case of 24
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$65.00
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