Geotech Geocontrol PRO Bladder Pump Kits

The Geocontrol PRO Pump Kit includes all the necessary components for quick and easy portable groundwater sampling.


  • Built-in high performance air compressor allows sampling from depths up to 200'
  • Operates from a 12VDC portable rechargeable battery (battery & charger included)
  • Push/pull tubing fitting for fast and easy tubing changes in the field
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The Geocontrol PRO is a compact and portable controller, weighing less than 8 lbs. It will control all portable bladder pumps, dedicated bladder pumps, and most air lift pumps on the market today, operating from a rechargeable 12 VDC battery.

The ultra-reliable mini-compressor inside allows the user to sample from depths to 200', saving you time and money from using a separate air compressor. The Geocontrol PRO features a push/pull tubing fitting for easy tubing changes, and Polyethylene or FEP tubing is available per foot.

Geotech's portable bladder pumps were designed with input from field technicians who actually do the sampling. Single-turn release heads and quick-change bladders have been incorporated for quick in the field bladder changes and easy decontamination. Custom hose barbs allow the pump to be suspended without the need for tubing clamps.
  • (1) Geocontrol PRO controller with mini-compressor
  • (1) Portable bladder pump
  • (1) DC power cord
  • (1) Rechargeable 12 VDC battery
  • (1) Battery charger
  • (1) Spare parts kit
  • (1) Portable carrying case
  • (1) Operations manual
Questions & Answers
What is the operating pressure?
The operating pressure is 100 psi.
What is the discharge time?
The discharge time is the time it takes to squeeze the bladder and push the water out of the pump. Larger bladder pumps and increased depth should have a longer discharge time. Shallower depths and smaller bladder pumps can operate with a shorter discharge time. Timer can be set from approximately 2 to 60 seconds. Fill time should also be considered with bladder size and depth.
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