77903

Watermark Horizontal PVC Sampler Kits

Watermark Horizontal PVC Sampler Kits

Description

Collect water samples at any depth without exposing them to light during retrieval with this PVC bottle.

Features

  • Specifically designed for thin-layer stratification and near bottom studies
  • Messenger-activated release mechanism closes a single sampler on the end of a line
  • Constructed from opaque PVC, polyethylene, and silicone
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Constructed from opaque (gray Schedule 80) PVC, polyethylene, and silicone, the WaterMark 2.2 liter horizontal bottle is intended for general physical, chemical, and biological water analysis (excluding trace metals and organics).

This bottle is able to collect water samples at any depth without exposing them to light during retrieval. The horizontal bottles are specifically designed for thin-layer stratification and near bottom studies. It also features a messenger-activated release mechanism closes a single sampler on the end of a line.
What's Included:
  • (1) Horizontal water bottle
  • (1) 20.0m nylon cord
  • (1) Line reel
  • (1) 250g solid bronze messenger
  • (1) Plastic carrying case.
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Watermark Horizontal PVC Sampler Kits 77903 Horizontal PVC water bottle sampler kit, 2.2L
$475.00
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Watermark Horizontal PVC Sampler Kits 78902 Horizontal PVC water bottle sampler kit, 5L
$659.00
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Watermark Sampler Bottle Spare Parts Kit 78903 Spare parts for 2.2L & 5L water bottles
$85.56
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