Solinst Bonded Tubing Reel Assemblies

Solinst bonded tubing reel assemblies are free-standing with a convenient carrying handle. They can be made for almost any size or depth of application.

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  • Allow access to multiple monitoring wells
  • Free-standing with a convenient carrying handle
  • Compatible with the Model 407/408 pumps
$533.00
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For less frequent sampling, and to allow access to multiple monitoring wells, even in remote locations, Solinst Model SC2000 Bonded Tubing Reel Assembly is available. The reel mounted portable units are free-standing with a convenient carrying handle. They can be made for almost any size or depth of application.
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Solinst Bonded Tubing Reel Assemblies
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Model SC2000 1/4" bonded tubing reel assembly (up to 200 ft) for Model 407/408 pumps
$533.00
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Solinst Model SC3000 Dual Tubing Reel Assembly
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Model SC3000 1/4" bonded tubing reel assembly (250 to 450 ft) for Model 407/408 pumps
$587.00
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Model SC3500 1/4" bonded tubing reel assembly (500 to 1250 ft) for Model 407/408 pumps
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