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Solinst Model 410 Peristaltic Pump

Solinst Model 410 Peristaltic Pump

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Designed for field use, the reversible flow Solinst Model 410 Peristaltic Pump is ideal for vapor sampling or water sampling from shallow wells and surface water.

Features

  • 5/8 OD medical-grade silicon tubing attaches easily to 1/2 OD down-hole tubing
  • 5/8" tubing delivers from 120 ml/min to almost 3.5 L/min sampling rate
  • 12 ft. power cord uses alligator clips for easy connection to nearly any 12VDC power source
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Designed for field use, the reversible flow Solinst Model 410 Peristaltic Pump is ideal for vapor sampling or water sampling from shallow wells and surface water. It can be used for vacuum pumping and for pressure delivery of liquids or gases.

Compact and lightweight, the Solinst Model 410 Peristaltic Pump has no vents, grates or openings. This makes it water resistant, easy to use in the field and easy to maintain and repair. The metal case is extremely robust and water resistant. A handle and one easy-access control on the top of the pump make it perfect for field work. The Solinst Model 410 pump measures 13 x 5 x 6-1/2 (33 cm x 13 cm x 17 cm) and weighs only 8 lbs (3.6 Kg).

The mechanical peristaltic operation uses rotating rollers to depress the silicon tubing, creating a vacuum, which displaces any fluid or gas in the chosen direction. It is effective to depths up to the suction lift limit, which varies with elevation, and can be as much as 33 ft or 10 m at sea level.

A 12 ft. (4 m) power cord uses alligator clips to allow easy connection to almost any 12 volt DC power source that can supply at least 3-5 amps at maximum draw (such as auto, marine or small gel cell battery). The pump may be connected directly to your vehicle battery. The variable speed motor is reversible, has an easily replaced fuse and has reverse polarity protection to prevent damage to the pump.
What's Included:
  • (1) Model 410 peristaltic pump
  • (1) 12 ft. power cord with alligator clips
  • (2) 5/8" OD tubing clamps
  • (1) 3 ft. length of 5/8" OD Silicon tubing
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Solinst Model 410 Peristaltic Pump 112981 Model 410 peristaltic pump
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