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Peat Profile Sampler equipment

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    Wardenaar - Model 05.09 - Peat Profile Sampler

    Until recently, sampling undisturbed peat profiles in peat lands, was a very difficult activity. Digging and sampling profile pits in most peat lands is difficult (if not impossible) as they would immediately fill with water and the walls would slump.

    By Eijkelkamp Soil & Water based in Giesbeek, NETHERLANDS. from Augering & Soil Sampling Equipment Product line

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    AMS - Russian Peat Borer

    The Russian Peat Borer is a side filling chambered-type sampler. This discrete point sampler enables one to drive the sampler to any point in the sediment profile in the closed (empty) position. Once the target depth is reached, the “T” handle is turned clockwise to initiate the sampling while the pivotal cover plate supports the ...

    By Art’s Manufacturing and Supply, Inc. (AMS Inc.) based in American Falls, IDAHO (USA). from Sludge & Sediment Samplers Product line

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    Model 04.09 - Peat Sampler Set

    The stainless steel peat sampler is in fact a kind of gouge auger. The peat sampler is pushed into the soil manually. The sample containing part is a half cylinder. The peat sampler distinguishes itself from the standard gouge auger as its cone is massive. The sample containing section is sealed off by a plate (fin) that can pivot around the axle ...

    By Eijkelkamp Soil & Water based in Giesbeek, NETHERLANDS. from Augering & Soil Sampling Equipment Product line

  • Russian Peat Borer

    Paleoecological analysis of bog and salt marsh sediments Collection of uncompressed cores in poorly decomposed woody peat Shallow water applications Russian Peat Borer Unit Includes: stainless steel peat borer (50.0 cm X 5.4 cm O.D., 2.0 mm wall thickness) one wall of the core tube is sharpened to longitudinally cut through sediments when sampler ...

    By Aquatic Research Instruments based in Hope, IDAHO (USA).

  • Russian Peat Borer

    Paleoecological analysis of bog and salt marsh sediments, Collection of uncompressed cores in poorly decomposed woody peat, Shallow water application.

    By Aquatic Research Instruments based in Hope, IDAHO (USA). from Sediment Corers Product line

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