Groundwater Monitoring Equipment

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Model 57000 Series - Bladder Pumps

by GeoPump, Inc.     based in Medina, NEW YORK (USA)

GeoPump dedicated bladder pumps meet rigid U.S. EPA requirements for ground water monitoring, while offering the highest flow rates of any bladder pump of equivalent size. This enhanced performance results from an offset center tube and check valves which produce a straight water path. The larger bore and unrestricted flow path combine to produce ...

Model 5600 Series - Bladder Pumps

by GeoPump, Inc.     based in Medina, NEW YORK (USA)

Available in a wide range of sizes and capacities to meet virtually any pumping situation, GeoPump 5600 Series Bladder Pumps meet all EPA requirements for representative ground water monitoring in both portable and dedicated situations.

Model PRO902C Modular - External Low Flow Dilution Probe

by Thermo Scientific - Air Quality Instruments     based in Franklin, MASSACHUSETTS (USA)

PRO902C Probe handles the toughest environments while offering significant advantages over typical in-stack dilution probes.The dilution extractive technology in combination with the thermo-electric cooler provides accurate and concise readings available in both terms of concentration and mass-emission rates. aturing an O2 fuel cell for oxygen ...

Stainless Steel Bailer

by Forestry Suppliers, Inc.     based in Jackson, MISSISSIPPI (USA)

Unloads samples with minimal aeration. Semiclosed top minimizes sample contamination caused by bailer contact with well walls. Removable Teflon® check valve at bottom for easy decontamination. Dimensions: 1-3/4ý O.D., 36ýL, .065ý wall thickness. Capacity (approx): 1,000 ml.

Diver-NETZ - Wireless Groundwater Monitoring System

by Schlumberger Water Services     based in Kitchener, ONTARIO (CANADA)

From wireless field data collection and recording, to project execution in the office, Diver-NETZ is a complete network of first-class technologies that integrates superior field instrumentation with the industry's latest wireless communication and data management capabilities. All Diver-NETZ components are designed to streamline project ...

Integra Bladder Pump - Model 407 - Pneumatically Controlled Groundwater Bladder Pump

by Solinst Canada Ltd.     based in Georgetown, ONTARIO (CANADA)

Available in stainless steel or PVC, Solinst Integra Bladder Pumps provide consistent, accurate, reliable groundwater samples in various applications. Ensuring no air/water contact during operation, pumps are ideal for VOC sampling. Teflon bladders are guaranteed for 10 years, inexpensive polyethylene also available. Pumps are effective at any ...

Mini-Diver - Cost-effective Long-term Groundwater Monitoring

by Schlumberger Water Services     based in Kitchener, ONTARIO (CANADA)

Easy installation in almost any well. Ideal for long-term monitoring of water levels and temperature.

Model PY Series - Disposable Polyethylene Bailers

by Aqua Bailers, Inc.     based in Knoxville, TENNESSEE (USA)

Disposable Poly Bailers are constructed using 100% pure virgin polyethylene. Strict part and production requirements have virtually eliminated leaking and the large open-top design allows nearly an inch of open space for easy tie-on. The bailer has a thick, rigid construction and will not warp or collapse. By using a PVC ball and a steel weight ...

SinkFast - Bailers

by Aqua Bailers, Inc.     based in Knoxville, TENNESSEE (USA)

Designed and manufactured by Aqua Bailers, the SinkFast Bailer is the fastest-sinking bailer on the market. It’s the only bailer with 4 welds at the top and bottom for added security. With the strength of higher density PVC and the cost savings of HDPE (Poly), it’s designed to save you time and money in the field.

Groundwater Filtration

by BakerCorp     based in Seal Beach, CALIFORNIA (USA)

The diagram below shows a groundwater treatment system in which turbid,contaminated stormwater can be removed from a industrial jobsite before new construction begins. The clean effluent is then suitable for discharge to a municipal storm drain system or elsewhere.

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