Snap Sampler passive ground
water sampling technology is
uniquely designed to provide high
sampling accuracy while reducing sampling program costs.The
system employs a double-ended
bottle design with “snap” sealing caps that captures a sample
under in-situ conditions using a
simple mechanical or pneumatic
trigger at the surface. The integrity of the sample is maintained all
the way through analysis at the laboratory without exposure to air or potential contaminants. Samples are representative of ground water chemistry using a simple passive
sampling technique, eliminating well purging labor and purge water management.
Q.E.D. Environmental Systems, Inc.
Compact Precision Laser Measurement
The LM Series laser measurement sensor provides reliable quality
and process control with 0.004 mm resolution and repeatably
measures targets of varying color and refectivity. The sensor
measures real targets (not just a white card) in actual industrial
environments where ambient temperature, vibrations, and other
conditions can greatly impact measurement accuracy.
Internal Shaft Voice Coil Motor
Featuring an internal shaft and bearing, the compact GVCM-070-089-03 Linear Voice Coil Motor
has a high force to size ratio, 40.86 lb. continuous
force, and 129.1 lb. peak force.
The CS6-4 dewatering centrifuge bridges the gap between benchtop studies and full-scale installations. It
continuously treats fows from 4 to 10 gpm, making this
centrifuge a better alternative to a conventional laboratory centrifuge, which processes samples in batches.
Adjustable Work Table
Designed to accom-
modate the different
and requirements of
various projects, the
Work Table for the
ic Grommet Machine
features three machine-to-table surface position
options. Providing telescopic legs and leveling
feet, the top surface can be adjusted from 25 to
33 in. and the installation bar for the foot pedal is
tilted to increase user comfort.
Modular and Adaptive Laser Range
Using a Ytterbium Doped Fiber source, a pulsed operating mode ( 30 to 60 kHz), a
wavelength of 1,064 nm, and an average power of 20W, the Laser Marking Range
allows a great marking quality on a large number of materials and adapts to degraded
Series 4 UV-enhancement process allows for
the optimization of Mark-tech PIN photodiodes for
accurate, effective measurements in both the UV
and blue-green spectral
ranges, or @365 nm, as
well as over a wavelength
range of 300 to 1,100
nm. The process further
allows the series to offer
high sensitivity, low noise, low dark current, low capacitance, and
long-term stability against UV and Gamma radiation exposures.