Geotech SS Geosub 12 VDC Sampling Pump

Designed with all stainless steel components, the SS Geosub allows you to sample in the harshest well conditions with confidence.

Features

  • Sample from depths to 200'
  • Low flow sampling rates to 10 mL/min
  • User enabled dry-run protection
Your Price $1,800.00
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Geotech SS Geosub 12 VDC Sampling Pump81400143 SS Geosub with motor lead & hand reel, 100 ft.
$1,800.00
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Geotech SS Geosub 12 VDC Sampling Pump 81400142 SS Geosub with motor lead & hand reel, 150 ft.
$2,000.00
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Geotech SS Geosub 12 VDC Sampling Pump 81400141 SS Geosub with motor lead & hand reel, 200 ft.
$2,300.00
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Geotech SS Geosub 12 VDC Sampling Pump 81400110 SS Geosub with motor lead, hand reel & polyethylene tubing, 100 ft.
$2,350.00
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Geotech SS Geosub 12 VDC Sampling Pump 81400111 SS Geosub with motor lead, hand reel & polyethylene tubing, 150 ft.
$2,550.00
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Geotech SS Geosub 12 VDC Sampling Pump 81400116 SS Geosub with motor lead, hand reel & polyethylene tubing, 200 ft.
$2,850.00
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Geotech SS Geosub 12 VDC Sampling Pump 81400112 SS Geosub with motor lead, hand reel & FEP lined polyethylene tubing, 100 ft.
$2,610.00
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Geotech SS Geosub 12 VDC Sampling Pump 81400113 SS Geosub with motor lead, hand reel & FEP lined polyethylene tubing, 150 ft.
$2,865.00
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Geotech SS Geosub 12 VDC Sampling Pump 81400121 SS Geosub with motor lead, hand reel & FEP lined polyethylene tubing, 200 ft.
$3,220.00
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Geotech SS Geosub 12 VDC Sampling Pump 81400114 SS Geosub with motor lead, hand reel & FEP tubing, 100 ft.
$3,025.00
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Geotech SS Geosub 12 VDC Sampling Pump 81400115 SS Geosub with motor lead, hand reel & FEP tubing, 150 ft.
$3,387.50
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Geotech SS Geosub 12 VDC Sampling Pump 81400117 SS Geosub with motor lead, hand reel & FEP tubing, 200 ft.
$3,850.00
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Geotech SS Geosub 12 VDC Sampling Pump 81400118 SS Geosub with motor lead, hand reel & nylobraid tubing, 100 ft.
$2,600.00
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Geotech SS Geosub 12 VDC Sampling Pump 81400119 SS Geosub with motor lead, hand reel & nylobraid tubing, 150 ft.
$2,800.00
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Geotech SS Geosub 12 VDC Sampling Pump 81400120 SS Geosub with motor lead, hand reel & nylobraid tubing, 200 ft.
$3,300.00
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Geotech SS Geosub Pump Controller 81200034 SS Geosub pump controller, 115 VAC
$1,685.00
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Geotech SS Geosub Pump Controller 81200035 SS Geosub pump controller, 230 VAC
$1,685.00
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Geotech SS Geosub Extension Cord 51201004 SS Geosub extension cord, 15 ft.
$95.00
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Geotech DC to AC Inverter 81400127 DC to AC inverter, 750 watt
$175.00
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Geotech SS Geosub Motor/Control Module 51200099 Motor/control module, 150 ft.
$725.00
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Geotech SS Geosub Motor/Control Module 51200098 Motor/control module, 200 ft.
$800.00
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Geotech SS Geosub Stainless Steel Check Valve 81200033 SS Geosub stainless steel check valve, 1/4" NPT
$105.00
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The SS Geosub sampling pump is the most versatile single stage DC pump in the industry. Designed with all stainless steel components, the SS Geosub allows you to sample in the harshest well conditions with confidence. The SS Geosub operates with the Geotech SS Geosub Controller.

 

  • Most versatile pump in the industry
  • Sample from depths to 200'
  • Low flow sampling rates to 10 mL/min
  • User enabled dry-run protection
  • Easy to decontaminate
  • Field replaceable motor lead kits available
  • (1) SS Geosub pump with motor leads
  • (1) Portable Geo Reel
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