Gas Vapor Probe Kit with Dedicated Tips

The Gas Vapor Probe Kit with Dedicated Tips is excellent for monitoring and sampling hydrocarbon spill sites. It uses a slide or electric rotary drive hammer drill to insert a stainless steel tip to the required sampling depth.

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  • Excellent for monitoring and sampling hydrocarbon spill sites, underground storage tanks and pipelines!
  • Can be used with a Slide Hammer or Rotary Drive Hammer Drill
  • Ideal for remote sampling to the surface by attaching Fluoropolymer Tubing
  • Two types of Tip available: Dedicated Tips & Retractable Tips
  • Kit contains everything you need to sample gas vapors including a concrete tip, tip drive end, four extensions, drive components and full instructions
  • Uses Fluoropolymer tubing to transfer the sample from the sampling point to the surface
  • Included for ease of extracting samples – Removal Jack
  • Different sample collection options
  • Additional options & accessories are available, including Sub-Slab Gas Vapor Kits – please ask for details

Gas Vapor Probe Kit with Dedicated Tips Equipment Options:


  • Monitoring & sampling hydrocarbon spill sites
  • Sampling gas from underground storage tanks
  • Sampling gas leaks from pipelines




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