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EcoBailer Disposable Clear PVC Bailers

Clear bailers allow quick spot checks in the field!

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Stock Number: 78007
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EcoBailer Disposable Clear PVC Bailers 703, .70”Dia. x 3’L, Case of 24

Made of clear virgin PVC with a density of 1.31, these bailers have a rapid sink rate without the additional cost and environmental impact of built-in weights. Other features include easy threading, smooth well entry and exit, longer bottoms for preventing silt entry and leakage, and easy pour tops to facilitate the sampling process. Emptying devices are separately sealed to prevent package tearing when removing from the box. Case of 24.

Brand: Ecobailer
UNSPSC: 41104005

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This may be a dumb question, but does the 1.5 This may be a dumb question, but does the 1.5" diameter refer to the actual O.D. of the bailer or does it indicate that it will fit down a 1.5" diameter well. I looking for a bailer for 1.5" diameter groundwater observation wells. Thank you.
For a 1.5" well I would recommend getting our part # 78009. 78009 is the same bailer, but it has a .70" diameter. The 1.5" bailer will probably go in the well you have, but it is pretty snug and if there has been in shifting in the well shaft the bailer will get stuck.