Sediment core sampler type Beeker, rod operated, with closable cutting head and piston. Standard set for sampling and discharging core samples, length 1 m, in bucket or jars. Suitable for sampling submerged soils to a depth of 5 m of very watery sediment to non-consolidated sand.
- (SA = basic set) can be used as an independent sampler.
- Like Multisampler / piston sampler but with lockable head and it is possible to hammer the sampler.
- 1.0 and 1.5 m long sampling tubes.
- Only suitable for assessing / pressing out samples on site.
- Much cheaper than the old Beeker sampler set.
- Eijkelkamp 04.23.SA Sediment Core Sampler, Type Beeker suitable for application in water to a maximum depth of 5 meter. Using extra extension rods sampling is possible to a greater depth in certain cases.
- Because of the compressed-air reservoirs and the large hose couplings the sampler has a maximum mobility and a variety of applications.
- Lightweight and easy to use, so many samples can be taken in a day.
- It is able to cope with many types of sediment varying in consistency from very watery and uncohesive to unconsolidated sands, regardless of the stratification of the soil.
- (SB = extended set). Similar to the basic set, however supplied with the discharge and partitioning system to describe and press out samples on a very sophisticated, accurate manner.
- Tubes can be used directly in column tests.
- Transfer samples anaerobic in nitrogen environment.
- Describe and press out etc. at home base.
- A simple and controlled discharge- and/or partitioning of the sample with the hydropneumatic discharge- and partioning system.
- As sampling depth increases in flowing waters sampling will be more difficult
|Maximum sample depth||5 - 8 m|
|Product material||stainless steel, iron, PVC, other material|
|Rod or cable operated||rod|
|Sample stored in||tube|
|Sample volume||2.4 - 3.5 litre|
|Package size||147 x 61 x 90 cm|
|Applications||Soil profile description and classification, Environmental soil research, Undisturbed sampling, Geohydrological research, Sediment sampling|