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Erg. auger set for heterog. soils to 5 m

Erg. auger set for heterog. soils to 5 m

Product code: 01.11.SE

The ergonomic hand auger set for heterogeneous soils is used to carry out manual drilling and sampling in a great variety of different soils in an ergonomically sound way. It is particularly suitable for general soil investigation (description of the layering, geology, archaeology) as well as taking samples for such activities as environmental research. It can carry out drillings to a depth of...

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Sample ring kit model C, Ø 53 mm

Sample ring kit model C,  Ø 53 mm

Product code: 07.53.SC

Sample ring kit model C, standard set to a depth of 2 m. For soil sample rings Ø 53 mm.

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Soil coring kit for chem. soil research

Soil coring kit for chem. soil research

Product code: 04.16

Soil sampling for the determination of the presence of very volatile components such as benzene, toluene, xylene and  chlorinated hydrocarbons should be executed with samplers that prevent the sample from being exposed to air. Preferably the sampling must be done without disturbance of the soilaggregates to prevent mixing with air. These  conditions must be maintained during...

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Bi-partite gouge auger set, to 5 m, bay

Bi-partite gouge auger set, to 5 m, bay

Product code: 04.02.SA

Hand-operated equipment can be applied for soil research up to a depth of 5 to 10 meter. The gouge augers have a mutual quality, they are all fitted with an almost half cylindrical operational part with parallel cutting edges running vertically, justifying the name gouge auger. This operational part may vary in length as well as in diameter. The most suitable length depends on the penetration...

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Perc. drilling set hetero soils, CobraTT

Perc. drilling set hetero soils, CobraTT

Product code: 04.19.SC

The Eijkelkamp percussion drilling set for heterogeneous soils with gasoline powered percussion hammer (Cobra TT), is standard equipped for drilling to a depth up to 5 meter. The complete set contains: a gasoline driven percussion hammer with accessories and wooden transport box, various extension rods, coupling sleeves, percussion gouges (combination type for various types of soil) in various...

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Perc. drilling set, hammer HM1812, RD32

Perc. drilling set, hammer HM1812, RD32

Product code: 04.19.SE

With the percussion drilling set for heterogeneous soils with heavy electrical percussion hammer (HM 1812), the percussion gouges are hammered into the soil using an electrically driven percussion hammer with 72.8 Joule strike capability. The advantages of this hammer are: no petrol vapours and exhaust gasses directly over the sample. The set contains: an electrically driven percussion...

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Van der Horst core sampler, set

Van der Horst core sampler, set

Product code: 04.14

Van der Horst core sampler. Set for sampling to a depth of 7 m.

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Peat sampler, set, to a depth of 10 m

Peat sampler, set, to a depth of 10 m

Product code: 04.09

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 in the middle of the sampler and that is...

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Akkerman core sampler, set

Akkerman core sampler, set

Product code: 04.11

Using the Akkerman core sampler, samples are taken in stainless steel sampling tubes in auger holes or casing tubes (above as well as under the groundwater level, casing tubes with minimal diameter 100 mm) up to a maximum depth of 50 m. The Akkerman core sampler is used in combination with a tripod and hand winch. The sampling tube is beaten into the soil using a falling hammer. After sampling...

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Peat profile sampler, type Wardenaar

Peat profile sampler, type Wardenaar

Product code: 05.09

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. Researching the ecology of peat land environments and the dynamics and stratigraphy of peat profile requires undisturbed samples, especially...

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