Solinst Standalone Field Table

The 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
Stock Check Availability  

The Standalone Field Table from Solinst is made from lightweight aluminium (3.5 kg (7.7 lbs)). It features adjustable legs to meet your 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 your sample containers, coolers, etc. It also provides a space for disassembling equipment such as pumps and bailers, for decontamination between sampling rounds.

The Standalone Field Table is also a safe/dry spot to use your field laptop or spread out tools and equipment for larger projects, such as pumping tests, or multilevel system or other well installations. The Standalone Field Table’s slatted tabletop allows water to easily drain and the notches keep equipment, such as Leveloggers, from rolling off.

  • (1) Standalone field table
  • (1) Carry bag
Questions & Answers
No Questions
Did you find what you were looking for?

Select Options

  Products 0 Item Selected
Part #
Solinst Standalone Field Table
Standalone field table, includes carry bag
Check Availability  
Notice: At least 1 product is not available to purchase online
Multiple Products

have been added to your cart

There are items in your cart.

Cart Subtotal: $xxx.xx

Go to Checkout

In The News

Data-Driven Decisions: Tracking Sediment during the Klamath Dam Removal

The largest dam removal in U.S. history, the deconstruction of the Klamath Dam is slated to begin this summer. The project includes four dams along the Klamath River with the first and smallest dam, Copco #2, scheduled for removal first. As each of the dams are torn down, scientists and consultants will keep a close eye on the state of the Klamath River downstream to assess the impact of undamming the river. Shawn Hinz, managing partner and environmental toxicologist with Gravity Consulting , has been involved with the Klamath Dam project for over a decade. Hinz was a part of these earlier steps, representing the academic stakeholder position as a graduate student sitting on a board of other stakeholders.

Read More

From the Tap: Source Water Monitoring for Public Health

In regions with historically secure access to clean drinking water, few think about the work that goes into ensuring that the water they fill their cups with is safe. In reality, millions of dollars are invested in the infrastructure, equipment and teams involved in converting source water into drinking water. While all the work that goes into providing clean water often goes unnoticed, analysts like Michele Gilkerson, a water research analyst with the City of Columbus Division of Water, know exactly how much goes into securing safe water for millions of people. Gilkerson started with Battelle Memorial Institute in 1991 in their water ecology section. There, she saw how interesting source water monitoring could be, even though it isn’t often spotlighted in the environmental sector.

Read More

Choosing the Right Water Quality Monitoring Systems Is Crucial for Stantec Inc.

Data is king when it comes to water quality monitoring. It is not merely the type of data being collected that matters but also how that data is stored, processed and presented. When Joseph Kamalesh, a project manager with  Stantec Consulting Services Inc. , needs to find the right equipment for large client-based projects, he knows to keep these factors in mind. Joseph has a background in water quality and water flow monitoring instrumentation, which he continues to focus on at Stantec. During college and his early career, Joseph gained experience with water instrumentation, consisting primarily of on-site wastewater sampling and sampling small systems.

Read More