NexSens Buoy Deployment Pipe Assemblies

Deployment pipe assemblies are used to house and protect valuable environmental monitoring instruments while allowing adequate water flow for sampling on CB-Series data buoys.

Features

  • Perforated holes bring fresh sample to water quality sensors
  • Threaded male adapter allows for connection to instrument hole on data buoy
  • Stainless steel stop bolt secures the water quality instrument within the pipe
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NexSens Buoy Deployment Pipe Assemblies912M Deployment pipe assembly with stop bolt & threaded male adapter, 2" schedule 80 PVC, 32" length
$145.00
Usually ships in 3-5 days
NexSens Buoy Deployment Pipe Assemblies 914M Deployment pipe assembly with stop bolt & threaded male adapter, 4" schedule 80 PVC, 32" length
$195.00
Usually ships in 3-5 days
NexSens Buoy Deployment Pipe Assemblies 916M Deployment pipe assembly with eye bolt & threaded male adapter, 6" reducer with 4" schedule 80 PVC, 32" length
$295.00
Usually ships in 3-5 days
NexSens Buoy Deployment Pipe Assemblies 918M Deployment pipe assembly with eye bolt & threaded male adapter, 8" reducer with 4" schedule 80 PVC, 32" length
$395.00
Usually ships in 3-5 days
NexSens Buoy Deployment Pipe Assemblies 918M-PO4 Deployment pipe assembly for HydroCycle PO4, 8" schedule 80 PVC
$495.00
Usually ships in 3-5 days
NexSens Buoy Deployment Pipe Assemblies
912M
Deployment pipe assembly with stop bolt & threaded male adapter, 2" schedule 80 PVC, 32" length
Usually ships in 3-5 days
$145.00
NexSens Buoy Deployment Pipe Assemblies
914M
Deployment pipe assembly with stop bolt & threaded male adapter, 4" schedule 80 PVC, 32" length
Usually ships in 3-5 days
$195.00
NexSens Buoy Deployment Pipe Assemblies
916M
Deployment pipe assembly with eye bolt & threaded male adapter, 6" reducer with 4" schedule 80 PVC, 32" length
Usually ships in 3-5 days
$295.00
NexSens Buoy Deployment Pipe Assemblies
918M
Deployment pipe assembly with eye bolt & threaded male adapter, 8" reducer with 4" schedule 80 PVC, 32" length
Usually ships in 3-5 days
$395.00
NexSens Buoy Deployment Pipe Assemblies
918M-PO4
Deployment pipe assembly for HydroCycle PO4, 8" schedule 80 PVC
Usually ships in 3-5 days
$495.00
NexSens buoy deployment pipe assemblies are used to house and protect valuable environmental monitoring instruments while allowing adequate water flow for sampling on CB-Series data buoys. The perforated holes bring fresh sample to water quality sensors, and the threaded male adapter allows for threaded connection to an instrument hole on the bottom of the buoy. A stainless steel stop bolt secures the water quality instrument within the pipe.
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