Solinst Model 464 Electronic Pump Controller

The Solinst Model 464 Pump Controller is fully automatic with preset sample modes from low through high flow sampling.

Features

  • Ideal for use with Model 407 bladder pumps or Model 408 double valve pumps
  • 99 customizable sampling presets
  • Use Solinst Model 464 in automatic or manual mode
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ImagePart#Product DescriptionPriceStockOrder
Solinst Model 464 Electronic Pump Controller112506 Model 464 electronic pump controller (125 PSI), includes lines for bladder & double valve pumps
$1,216.00
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Solinst Model 464 Electronic Pump Controller 112508 Model 464 electronic pump control unit (250 PSI), includes lines for bladder & double valve pumps
$2,512.00
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ImagePart#Product DescriptionPriceStockOrder
Solinst Model 407 Stainless Steel Bladder Pumps 108207 Model 407 stainless steel bladder pump, 1"
$337.00
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Solinst Model 407 Stainless Steel Bladder Pumps 106138 Model 407 stainless steel bladder pump, 1.66"
$509.00
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Solinst Model 408 Stainless Steel Double Valve Pump 103104 Model 408 stainless steel double valve pump, 5/8"
$152.00
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Solinst Model 408 1.66" SS Double Valve Pump 106082 Model 408 stainless steel double valve pump, 1.66"
$431.00
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The Solinst Model 464 Electronic Pump Controller is available in 125 psi or 250 psi versions, and uses 4 AA alkaline batteries that last up to 100 hours of normal use. These Controllers can also be operated manually if your batteries run out in the field, using only a compressed gas source.

The 464 Electronic Pump Control Unit has automatic preset sample modes from low through high flow settings. In addition, up to 99 user-created flow rates can be saved in FRAM memory. The Pump Control Unit allows faster purge rates and precise low flow control to ensure a representative sample at 100 ml/min or less when sampling for VOCs (Volatile Organic Compounds).

These convenient Pump Control Units are rugged, dependable and suitable for all environments. Quick-connect fittings allow instant attachment to dedicated well caps, portable reel units and to an air compressor or compressed gas source.
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