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â…“ U.S gallon- In-Tank Sampler ⅓ U.S gallon- In-Tank Sampler

The unique model GTP-9021 was developed specifically to fit through the small gauging found on U.S. Air Force bases where level gauging electric cables are also present. It was important that there be no tangling of our sampler with those cables and that those cables not be damaged. Therefore, the outside diameter is only 3.1 in (79 mm).

For more information see Bulletin No.115

1 U.S gallon In-Tank Sampler 1 U.S gallon In-Tank Sampler

With a one-gallon capacity, our model GTP-9090 is welcomed by technicians because they no longer must collect repeated samples to obtain enough liquid for the laboratory tests.
For more information see Bulletin No.115

Bacon Bomb (Average Sampler) - 16oz Bacon Bomb (Average Sampler) - 16oz

16oz capacity, fits through 2 ¾” Bacon Bomb (Average) Sampler.
For more information see Bulletin No.115

Bacon Bomb (Bottom Sampler) Bacon Bomb (Bottom Sampler)

A plunger keeps the sampler closed until it strikes the bottom of the tank, then the sampler fills. When raised, the plunger automatically falls back into position, closes the sampler, and prevents any contamination by liquid taken at a higher level. This device picks up sediment or water directly off the bottom of the tank.
But a sample can be taken at any point above the bottom by attaching a cable to the top of the plunger, raising it at will to fill the sampler and lowering it to close the sampler. However, average sampling operations cannot be performed with the perfect control possible with the average model.
For more information see Bulletin No.115

Extension Kit Extension Kit

Extension rods are available to allow a sample to be taken 1" to 12" from the bottom.