passive sampling Equipment in Maldives

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Snap Sampler - Passive Groundwater Sampling System

by ProHydro, Inc.

The Snap Sampler is a passive/no-purge groundwater sampling device that employs a unique double-opening sample bottles seal under the water surface using a remote trigger. Snap Samplers are deployed into the monitoring well, allowed to equilibrate with the surrounding aquifer, then triggered to close downhole. The trigger releases an internal, PFA ...

Exposmeter - Model EGV - Volatile Organic Compounds (VOC) Groundwater Sampler

by Exposmeter AB

EGV provides a cost-saving alternative to conventional sampling methodologies, eliminating well purging and decreasing field labor costs. They provide depth-specific, time-weighted samples of dissolved phase VOCs. EGV is based on PDB (Polyethylene Diffusion Bag) technology developed by Don Vroblecky of USGS and Thomas Hyde of General Electrical.

Exposmeter - Model EGL-Tox - Lipophilic Toxicity Groundwater Sampler

by Exposmeter AB

Characteristics for EGL-Tox are the same as for EWL-Tox. EWL, EWL-15, EAL and EGL series samplers are packed by one in air tight cans. EWL series samplers are based on SPMD (semipermeable passive sampling device) technology.

Gradko - Sulphur Dioxide Rapid Air Monitor

by Gradko International Ltd

Gradko’s new range of Rapid Air Monitors (RAMs) brings together the ease of passive sampling with the added advantage of very short monitoring periods.

Gradko - Ammonia Rapid Air Monitor

by Gradko International Ltd

Gradko’s new range of Rapid Air Monitors (RAMs) brings together the ease of passive sampling with the added advantage of very short monitoring periods.

Gradko - Nitrogen Dioxide Rapid Air Monitor

by Gradko International Ltd

Gradko’s new range of Rapid Air Monitors (RAMs) brings together the ease of passive sampling with the added advantage of very short monitoring periods.

Gradko - Ammonia Diffusion Tubes

by Gradko International Ltd

Ammonia diffusion tubes are suitable for long-term monitoring of ambient Ammonia pollution (sampling times are 2-4 weeks). These Ammonia samplers are simple to use, requiring no specialist skills or power supply, making them an efficient monitoring option. With very low detection limits (in the low parts per billion range), even low levels of ...

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