AMS - Infiltration Rings
AMS infiltration rings are a simple and relatively inexpensive method for monitoring infiltration rates. They can also be used to study liquid waste disposal, leaching and drainage efficiencies. The rings are centered by the cross handle – which is welded in place at the top of the unit. The rings are inserted into the turf by pushing and twisting on this cross handle. An optional dead blow hammer may also be used to pound the rings into the turf. Unlike other infiltration rings on the market, the AMS infiltration rings are constructed of rolled 16 gauge mild steel with gold zinc plating – instead of being made of galvanized steel. They are also plated with corrosion resistant gold zinc plating. This substantially increases the durability of each unit.