Solinst Model 404 Inertial Pumps

The Model 404 Pump is a simple, reliable inertial pump that provides a cost effective sampling option for groundwater monitoring.

Features

  • Easily operated by hand
  • Excellent in silty or sandy environments
  • Low cost and convenient
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Solinst Model 404 Inertial Pumps101281 Model 404 D16 (Delrin) inertial pump (1/2" x 5/8" tubing)
$12.00
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Solinst Model 404 Waterra Footvalve Pumps 101285 Model 404 SS16 (stainless) inertial pump (1/2" x 5/8" tubing)
$42.00
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Solinst Model 404 Waterra Footvalve Pumps 101286 Model 404 SS19 (stainless) inertial pump (1/2" x 5/8" tubing)
$87.00
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Solinst Model 404 Inertial Pumps 101282 Model 404 D25 (Delrin) inertial pump (1/2" x 5/8" tubing)
$5.50
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Solinst Single Line HDPE Tubing Spools 100883 Single line HDPE tubing, 0.5" ID x 0.625" OD, 100 ft. roll
$33.00
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The Model 404 Pump is a simple, reliable inertial pump that provides a cost effective sampling option for groundwater monitoring. The Pump consists of a riser tube fitted with a one-way foot valve. It can be easily operated manually, or by using a surface pumping mechanism. The tubing and foot valves come in various sizes suitable for varying well diameters and sampling applications. Effective to depths of 200+ ft in 0.4" to 6" ID wells.
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