Geotech Geopump Peristaltic Pumps

The Geotech Geopump is a peristaltic pump that offers single-stage pressure or vacuum pumping of liquids to depths of 27 feet (at sea level) in both field and lab environments.

Features

  • Exceptional field durability
  • Variable speed control with reversible flow feature for back-flushing
  • Disposable and dedicated tubing means controlled costs and no decontamination issues
Starting At $1,012.00
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Overview
Designed for field or lab use, the Geotech Geopump Peristaltic Pumps offer single-stage pressure or vacuum pumping of liquids to depths of 27 feet (at sea level). They are ideally suited for sample removal from shallow wells and surface water sources. They operate by mechanical peristalsis, so the sample only comes in contact with the tubing to ensure sample integrity, easy cleaning and replacement. With the optional stainless steel tubing weight, tubing can be lowered to a specific depth without curling or floating on the surface of the water.

Series I Geotech Geopump Peristaltic Pumps
Available in AC only, DC only, or an AC/DC combination. These units have one pumping station, which can be piggybacked for multi-station pumping. They have variable speeds ranging from 60 RPM to 350 RPM.

Series II Geotech Geopump Peristaltic Pumps
Available in AC only, DC only, or an AC/DC combination. They have two pumping stations, which can also be piggy-backed for multi-station pumping. The first pumping station has a variable speed of 30 to 300 RPM and the second station 60 to 600 RPM.

  • (1) Geopump peristaltic pump
  • (1) Set of power cord(s)
  • (1) Easy-Load II pump head
  • (1) 5' length of size 15 tubing
  • (1) Operations manual
Questions & Answers
What's the difference between the Series I and the Series II?

The Geopump Series I has one pumping station that can be piggybacked for multi-station pumping. They have variable speeds ranging from 60 RPM to 350 RPM. The Geopump Series II has two pumping stations that work in conjunction and can be piggybacked for multi-station pumping, The first pumping station has a variable speed of 30 to 300 RPM and the second station 60 to 600 RPM.

What is the operating range of this pump?

The Geotech Geopump Series I can provide suction from 27 ft at sea level.

Can I use a standard or quickload pumphead instead of the EZload2?

Yes. While the Geopump Series I peristaltic pump comes with an EZ-Load 2 pump head, it is compatible with several Geotech pump heads, including Standard, Easy-Load 1, Easy-Load 2 and Quick Load. Replacement Easy-Load pump heads are available here: http://www.fondriest.com/geotech-high-performance-easy-load-ii-pump-head.htm. Please contact a Fondriest Representative for pricing if standard or quick-load pump heads are desired.

What type of tubing can I use?

As the Geopump uses an Easy-Load II pump head, it is compatible with silicone, tygon, viton and c-flex tubing, in tubing sizes 15, 24,35 and 36.

Are the pumpheads user replaceable?

Yes, the Easy-Load II pump heads are user replaceable. Replacement pump heads can be found here: http://www.fondriest.com/geotech-high-performance-easy-load-ii-pump-head.htm

Can I piggyback a second pump head on the Series I Geopump?

Yes, the Geopump Series I is capable of running a piggybacked pump on the single station. Please contact a Fondriest Representative for pricing and availability of the stacking pump and mounting hardware.

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91350003
Geopump Series I, DC. Includes pump, hardwired DC power cord & EZ-load 2 pump head.
$1,012.00
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91350103
Geopump Series II, DC. Includes pump, hardwired DC power cord & EZ-load 2 pump head.
$1,082.00
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91351003
Geopump Series I, AC. Includes pump, hardwired AC power cord & EZ-load 2 pump head.
$1,122.00
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91351103
Geopump Series II, AC. Includes pump, hardwired AC power cord & EZ-load 2 pump head.
$1,192.00
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91352003
Geopump Series I, AC/DC. Includes pump, interchangeable AC and DC power cords & EZ-load 2 pump head.
$1,147.00
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91352103
Geopump Series II, AC/DC. Includes pump, interchangeable AC and DC power cords & EZ-load 2 pump head.
$1,217.00
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