Solinst Standalone Field Table

The Solinst Standalone Field Table is ideal for maintaining a safe spot for groundwater sampling applications.


  • Legs are easily adjusted to different heights
  • Easy to set up and can be deployed anywhere on your monitoring site
  • Aluminum tabletop and frame will not rust
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The Solinst Standalone Field Table from Solinst is made from lightweight aluminium (3.5 kg (7.7 lbs)). It features adjustable legs to meet height requirements. The legs can be easily set from 45 cm to 70 cm (17.7” to 27.6”) high. The tabletop and frame are simple to fold for transport and fit in a compact carry case with a handy shoulder strap. When folded and in the bag, the Field Table measures less than 96.5 cm x 20.3 cm x 14 cm (38" x 8" x 5.5").

The Standalone Field Table, with a larger tabletop surface area – 90.5 cm x 52 cm (35.6” x 20.5”) – is ideal for groundwater sampling applications. It provides a stable, level surface for equipment such as the Solinst Model 410 Peristaltic Pump or the 464 Electronic Pump Control Unit, as well as sample containers, coolers, etc. It also provides a space for disassembling equipment, such as pumps and bailers, for decontamination between sampling rounds.

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