YSI ProSample Suction Hoses

There are three suction hoses available from YSI for the ProSample. The 5 meter suction hose is included with every new ProSample (all models).


  • Includes 5m, 10m, and 20m options
  • Up to 30m suction hose can be used with any ProSample model
  • User-supplied hoses may also be used with proper fitting
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YSI ProSample Suction Hoses630132-05 Suction hose with screw connection and sinker weight, 5m
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YSI ProSample Suction Hoses 630132-10 Suction hose with screw connection and sinker weight, 10m
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YSI ProSample Suction Hoses 630132-20 Suction hose with screw connection and sinker weight, 20m
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YSI ProSample Strainers 0030051 Strainer, 8 x 8mm
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YSI ProSample Strainers 0901025 Strainer, 2 x 2mm
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Up to a 30 meter suction hose can be used with any ProSample model. If not using a YSI suction hose (5, 10, and 20 meter available), ensure the suction hose being used has a ¾ inch-14BSPP connection. A ¾ inch-14BSPP female connection (630127) is available if the suction hose being used does not have a ¾ inch-14BSPP connection.

There is a small gasket zip-tied to the suction hose upon delivery. Place this gasket in the suction hose connector before connecting the suction hose to the intermediate tube. This gasket prevents air from getting in the line, thus ensuring accurate dispensing of solution.

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