sediment sampling Equipment in Micronesia

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Undisturbed Sediment Sampling: Multisampler

by Eijkelkamp Agrisearch Equipment     based in Giesbeek, NETHERLANDS

The multisampler has been developed originally for sampling of wet, solid as well as fluid material. The standard set is suitable for sampling up to a depth of 5 meter. The materials used for the multisampler are stainless steel, NBR- rubber (the piston) and transparent acrylic plastic (sampling tube).

Sitelab - Model Sample Extraction Kits - Product No. EXTR010-20

by Sitelab Corporation     based in West Newbury, MASSACHUSETTS (USA)

Use with Sitelab's UVF-3100 and TD-500D analyzers for preparing and testing samples. These are disposable test kits containing all the supplies needed to test soil, sediment or water. Kits to not expire. Discounts are available if purchasing large quantities.

Visibility Disc According to Secchi

by Eijkelkamp Agrisearch Equipment     based in Giesbeek, NETHERLANDS

The visibility disc according to Secchi is a simple, although not very accurate, means of determining the visibility depth. The visibility disc is lowered into the water with a wire. When the disc is no longer visible in the water, a reading of the depth is made by means of the marks on the rope. The disc is lowered another 0.5 meter and is pulled ...

Samplers For Suspended Sediment: Water Sampler ‘Watertrap’

by Eijkelkamp Agrisearch Equipment     based in Giesbeek, NETHERLANDS

The sampler ‘Watertrap’ has been designed to take representative samples from running water up to a depth of approx. 25 meter. Samples are taken with the stainless steel device by catching part of a horizontal moving column at a certain moment at a certain depth.

Cable Operated Sediment Samplers: Free-Fall Corer

by Eijkelkamp Agrisearch Equipment     based in Giesbeek, NETHERLANDS

The free-fall corer is a sampling tool for fairly undisturbed sampling from the top layer of submerged sediments either or not consolidated.

Cable Operated Sediment Samplers: Van Veen Grabs

by Eijkelkamp Agrisearch Equipment     based in Giesbeek, NETHERLANDS

The stainless steel Van Veen grabs are used for the taking of disturbed samples from the bottom of lakes, rivers, etc. Various designs can be supplied. The smaller designs are manually controlled.

AMS - Silt, Sand and Bottom Dredges

by Art’s Manufacturing and Supply, Inc. (AMS Inc.)     based in American Falls, IDAHO (USA)

AMS offers a variety of dredges designed for sampling sand and silt as well as most types of non-cohesive material. AMS sampling dredges are placed onto the bottom sediment, then closed and pulled up to retrieve a sample. Careful release of the sample distributes the sample approximately as it appeared on the bottom – making sediment profile ...

Sampling Volatiles: Soil Coring Kit for Chemical Soil Research

by Eijkelkamp Agrisearch Equipment     based in Giesbeek, NETHERLANDS

Soil sampling for the determination of the presence of very volatile components such as benzene, toluene, xylene and chlorinated hydrocarbons should be executed with samplers that prevent the sample from being exposed to air. Preferably the sampling must be done without disturbance of the soilaggregates to prevent mixing with air.

Model SB - Undisturbed Soil Sampling: Liner Sampler Set

by Eijkelkamp Agrisearch Equipment     based in Giesbeek, NETHERLANDS

With these sets, with conical screwthread connection, undisturbed soil samples can be taken in a thin walled tube applying a stainless steel core sampler with sample tubes and cutting head. In soft soils the sampler is pressed into the soil, possibly using the push-/pull handle. In hard soils the sampler tube can be driven into the soil using the ...

Cable Operated Sediment Sampler: Ekman Grab

by Eijkelkamp Agrisearch Equipment     based in Giesbeek, NETHERLANDS

This grab is intended for use in soft sediment that is free from plant growth. Two thin hinging flaps are open while the grab is lowered. The flaps close when a drop-weight is dropped (cable operated) or a button is pressed (rod operated). Samples can, therefore, also be taken from very soft top layers. The pressure of the sample prevents much ...

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