Global Water WS-Series Portable Samplers

The Global Water WS700 portable sampler combines all the features needed to meet a wide variety of water sampling requirements, including those for stormwater, industrial discharge, water and wastewater treatment, rivers, and streams.

Features

  • Can be configured for time-based or flow proportional samples
  • Rugged construction for harsh environments
  • Automatic backflush clears pickup strainer and hose
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Overview
Global Water's WS700 single bottle and WS750 dual bottle samplers combine all the features needed to meet a wide variety of sampling requirements, including those for Stormwater, rivers and streams, industrial discharge, water and wastewater treatment and wastewater collection.

Enhanced Options
The WS705 and WS755 models provide the exact same functionality as their counterparts but are equipped with enhanced portability accessories, such as more ergonomic handles and durable wheels.

  • WS-Series portable sampler
  • 15’ of sampling hose
  • Intake strainer for each pump
  • Sampler Float Switch
  • 2.5 gallon polybottle for each pump (WS700, WS705)
  • 1 gallon polybottle for each pump (WS750, WS755)
  • Rechargeable battery
  • Battery charger
Questions & Answers
What is the maximum water lift for the Global Water WS Series sampler?
The Global Water WS-series pumps can lift up to a maximum of about 20 ft (6m) at sea-level. It varies slightly as elevation changes.
Can the external trigger mode (in unison with the rain gauge) can take discrete samples?
The Global Water WS705 sampler can take discrete samples based on the rain gauge external trigger. More information about this can be found on page 9 of the manual, located in the documents tab.
What is the advantage of the 2-pump Global Water WS-series sampler versus the 1-pump?
The two-pump Global Water WS-series samplers can be set to take both a discrete and a composite sample at the same time, as there are separate controls for each pump. All of the other specifications are the same. More information can be found in the manual, located in the documents section.
What size tubing is used with the WS-series samplers?
The pickup hose (supplied with the sampler) is 15' of reinforced PVC 1/4" ID polyethylene flexible tubing section with an intake strainer. The pump tubing that is recommended for the sampler is Norprene® 1/4" ID, 7/16" OD.
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