At Pine we stock all of the leading peristaltic pumps in a variety of models to ensure we will have exactly what is needed the next time vapor or water sampling is required. We offer the highest quality pumps from reliable vendors such as Solinst, QED and Geotech. All of our instruments are both portable and rugged to perform even the toughest jobs.
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The GeoTech Peristaltic Pumps operated by mechanical peristalsis, so the sample only comes in contact with the tubing. This allows for sample integrity as well as easy cleaning and replacement. With the optional stainless steel tubing weight, tubing can be lowered to a specific depth without curling or floating on the surface of water. GeoPumps operate from any external 12VCD or 120VAC power source.
SERIES II Geopump Peristaltic Pumps are available in AC only, DC only, or an AC/DC combination. They have two pumping stations which can also be piggy-backed for multi-station pumping. The first pumping station has a variable speed of 30 to 300 RPM and the second station 60 to 600 RPM. SERIES I Geopump Peristaltic Pumps are available in AC only, DC only, or an AC/DC combination. These units have one pumping station which can be piggy-backed for multi-station pumping. They have variable speeds ranging from 60 RPM to 350 RPM.
This peristaltic pump is for single and multi-stage pressure of vacuum pumping liquids. Because it operates to a depth of 27 feet at sea level, it is ideally suited for sample removal from shallow wells or any surface water source. The pump operates by mechanical peristalsis, so the sample is in contact with the tubing only, never the pump, assuring sample intergrity. The series II pump has two pumping stations, operates off any external 12 VDC or 120 VAC power source. The AC power cord is eight feet in length and the DC power cord is 15 feet.
The SS Geosub sampling pump is the most versatile single stage DC pump in the industry. Designed with all stainless steel components, the SS Geosub allows you to sample with confidence even in the harshest well conditions. The SS Geosub operates with the Geotech SS Geosub Controller.
The only 12 volt stainless steel pump with Teflon cable.
12 Volt DC Sampling Pump
Geotech SS Geosub & Controller
Full Load Rating 2/3 HP
Maximum Amp Draw 35 amps DC
Overload Incorporated into controller
Discharge Port Connection: 1/4'' female NPT (includes 3/8'' barb)
Min. Ambient Fluid Temperature 34°F (1°C)
Max. Ambient Fluid Temperature 80°F (28°C)
Wetted Parts: 316 Stainless steel, PTFE, Viton®
Dimensions & Weight (Pump & Motor):
Dimensions of Pump 12.2'' L x 1.75'' OD (31cm L x 4.5cm OD)
Net Weight of Pump w/o Lead 3.9 lbs. (1.8 kg)
This pump does it all. The smooth, uninterrupted flow of the Redi-Flo2 submersible pump makes it ideal for groundwater purging or sampling, and conducting aquifer tests to a depth of 100 feet. The adjustable flow rate on the Redi-Flo2 lets the operator purge and sample in a single uninterrupted stream. A powerful nine gallons per minute capacity can be dialed in without throttling. When purging is complete, the flow rate can be changed to a low flow of 100ml per minute, providing maximum control over sampling. Constructed of stainless steel and Teflon, the pump meets all specifications for environmental applications. Motor leads are available in 100, 200 and 300 foot lengths.
This pump does it all. The smooth, uninterrupted flow of the Redi-Flo2 submersible pump makes it ideal for groundwater purging or sampling, and conducting aquifer tests to a depth of 250 feet. The adjustable flow rate on the Redi-Flo2 lets the operator purge and sample in a single uninterrupted stream. A powerful nine gallons per minute capacity can be dialed in without throttling. When purging is complete, the flow rate can be changed to a low flow of 100ml per minute, providing maximum control over sampling. Constructed of stainless steel and Teflon, the pump meets all specifications for environmental applications. Motor leads are available in 100, 200 and 300 foot lengths. The Mini-Reel is a smaller alternative to the 100-feet standard-sized reel, for easy transport to remote locations.
The Grundfos Redi-Flo3 pump is the most versital and easy to install environmental remediation pump on the market today. Redi-Flo3 pumps use an advanced electronically controlled "smart motor". With the combination of integrated electronics and along with optional CU 300 control box and R100 remote, the user has communication with the pump through the standard power leads. This feature allows the use of multiple sensors, relays, or digital imput without the additional controls that cost a lot of money! Add a level transducer to the CU 300 and maintain the pumping level you program, speeding up or slowing down as needed. Amazing! Or add a digital flow meter and you have your Redi-Flo3 stop pumping after the gallons you require were pumped. With the Grundfos Redi-Flo3 environmental pump you have complete control.
Redi-Flo3 pumps use the Grundfos “Smart Motor”. This permanent-magnet motor is single phase input and with a 2-wire design makes installation easy. The combination of integrated microelectronics in the pump with the optional CU300 status box and R100 at the surface allows communication with the pump through
standard electrical motor power leads. No additional wires are required. This feature allows the direct use of multiple sensors, digital input and relays without adding extra control electronics and costs.
By combining advanced electronics, permanentmagnet motors, and Grundfos’ own micro-frequency converter, we are now able to control and communicate with pumps in ways never before possible. A few of the features that come out of this combination are Fluid Level Control, Soft-Start and integrated Dry-Run Protection.
Status Box/R100 Infrared Remote
The optional Redi-Flo3 status box and R100 at the surface allows you to communicate with the pumps integrated electronics through the standard power leads. No additional wires are required! This feature provides the direct use of multiple sensors, digital input and relays without adding any extra electronics and cost. Pump status readout and parameter changes can easily be performed at the surface with the R100 or the Redi-Flo3 PC Tool.
Redi-Flo3 pump design uses “floating” impellers. Each impeller has its own tungsten carbide/ceramic bearing. This design and the environmentally tough 316 stainless steel and PVDF construction provide excellent wear resistance and solids handling capability.
Reliable Check Valves
Reliable built-in spring loaded check valves let you operate the pump in any position from vertical to horizontal.
The Nu-Matic 4 is ideal for the harsh environment of the landfill conditions. Building upon a foundation of innovative solutions for the landfill gas industry, LANDTEC now introduces a new product line: the pneumatic, submersible pump, Nu-Matic 4. The Nu-Matic 4 is bottom-filled, flow-activated, automatic pump that offers reliability and ease of operation. Key Benefits include solid stainless steel machined parts, no air leakage in the discharge line, a lever assembly immune to stress cracking and it's easy to service and maintain.
The Power Pro ESPTM low-flow electric sampling pump has an all-in-one design with user friendly controls built into the reel. You won't need a heavy AC generator – just run the Power Pro off your vehicle's battery, or go mobile in the field using a portable 12 VDC battery. The ESP Communications ProtocolSM provides simple pump operation with sophisticated control. The In-Water Sensor lights up when the pump is submerged, making it easy to position the pump in the well. The Run-Dry Protection limits drawdown and prevents damage to the motor and seal.
With its variable-speed brushless motor and revolutionary high-efficiency impeller, the Power Pro delivers a new generation of performance. This unique combination consumes 50-75% less power (based on manufacturer's published specifications) which means less heat and lighter, more flexible power supply options. The whole system weighs only 32 lbs.
The SS Monsoon pump is capable of pumping up to 120 feet from ground level by simply connecting it to a 12 volt battery. Its reliable design is suitable for continuous purging of groundwater wells.
The SS-Monsoon is capable of pumping up to 120 feet from ground level to water level. Simply, connect the pump connector to the Low Flow with Power Booster 2 “LCD” Controller, then to a 12 volt battery, energizing the pump.Reliable design is suitable for continuous sampling or purging of groundwater wells
Easier to Disassemble and Clean
The AP4+ was made easier to clean by using 3 bolts to attach the pump inlet and open up the pump. This is easier than having to rotate the inlet multiple turns to unthread it from the center tube inside the pump, especially under field conditions of silt, deposits and coatings. Removing the inlet is also aided by the new, precision ID pump casing, ensuring a more controlled fit. The new pump casing’s smoother internal surface has the added benefit of reducing the rate of buildup of solids and coatings inside in some cases. The Easy Fittings make it a snap to remove the tubing from the pump without cutting, and the float is now easily removed by pulling a clip.
The new AP4+ features upgraded materials for many parts to further extend the service life of the pump and to broaden the range of conditions each model can be used in. All nonmetallic internal parts are now made of PVDF*; this is a high-grade engineering plastic with higher strength at elevated temperatures and extremely broad chemical resistance, including to acidic and oxidizing cleaning agents sometimes used for pump maintenance. All stainless steel parts have been upgraded to 316-grade for improved corrosion resistance.
The Eliminator is a high capacity bladder pump designed for LNAPL and DNAPL removal in 4” (100 mm) wells. The Eliminator is also used to handle viscous contaminants, such as crude oil.
The Eliminator uses a bladder of PTFE or elastomer to isolate the pump air supply from the pumped liquid. As a result, there is no contact between the drive air and the contaminated fluids inside the bladder and, therefore, no emissions of potentially contaminated air.
Eliminator pumps provide reliable top-inlet skimming or bottom-inlet pumping. A wide range of accessories is available, including “roving” well caps to allow accurate pump inlet positioning, and bladder replacement kits for easy field maintenance.
The Eliminator is powered by compressed air and requires an external timer based controller to control the air cycling ON and OFF to the bladder pump.
Compressed air is supplied directly to the Eliminator via an external controller.
When the bladder is squeezed from the outside by the compressed air, fluid within the bladder is forced out through a check valve at the top of the pump.
Then, when the air pressure around the bladder is exhausted, the bladder expands resuming its original shape. This pulls fluid into the bladder through either the top or bottom inlet, depending on the pump inlet configuration.
Flow optimization is simple too; rugged, dependable pumps and controllers (the solar/AC powered C100M and the all-pneumatic L360) deliver reliable operation without needing frequent attention or repair.
Forget about having to purge multiple well volumes before sampling, because with low-flow purging technology you can obtain accurate, precise samples with a reduction in purge volumes of up to 95 percent. Low-flow samples bypass stagnant, contaminated water in the well casing and exhibit reduced turbidity, minimized degassing and volatilization. In most cases, you won’t have to filter samples before analysis. Low-flow sampling is approved in almost every state and EPA region. With the Sample Pro Consultant Kit, we offer a complete system for low-flow ground-water sampling specifically engineered for rugged field duty. The heart of the Kit is the MP10 MicroPurge Basics controller that revolutionizes sample pump flow control by making it simple, stable and repeatable. No overshooting, no flow rate fluctuation to disturb the well. An ID mode lets you recall a flow setting for the next sampling round. The Sample Pro pump was designed specifically for portable low-flow sampling. De-contamination is done with quick-change, one-piece disposable bladders.
Cleanup well conditions can be downright hostile: powerful solvents, gasoline and fuel oil, strong acids, caustic bases, corrosive chlorides. That’s why QED makes the Pulse Pump series (our basic gas displacement pumps) in a variety of proven materials that won’t just survive, but will deliver years of trouble-free performance.
Every Pulse Pump model has only two moving parts downwell: high-clearance, self-cleaning ball check valves. This simplicity keeps them working when high solids, viscosity, or chemical attack cause other pumps to clog or breakdown. An external controller is required to control the alternating pressurization and venting cycles for the pump.
The Pulse Pump design is especially suited for sinking hydrocarbons (DNAPL) recovery, which is often complicated by high viscosity and/or extremely aggressive solvents.
Intrinsically safe Pulse Pump systems are fast and easy to install, with no electrical connections at the wellhead.
Flow optimization is simple too; rugged, dependable pumps and controllers (the solar/AC powered C100M and the all-pneumatic L360) deliver reliable operation without needing frequent attention or repair.
Even in the harshest environments, they just keep working - in the most demanding ground water cleanup, leachate collection, and sinking layer recovery applications.
This stainless steel Well Wizard dedicated bladder pump is ideal for deep-well applications and can be paired with our MP10H MicroPurge Controller. The Well Wizard pumps have a field-proven design and durability required for long-term dedicated monitoring. They are ideal for low-flow sampling (are EPA-accepted) and widely accepted by regulatory agencies, as well as people in the field. The exclusive PTFE bladder formulation has been rated for more flex life than other bladder materials, and the Well Wizard pumps are issued a 10-year warranty, which speaks to its' reliability.
Well Wizard pumps for MicroPurge sampling systems come in an unsurpassed range of sizes, materials, and capabilities, including models for deep wells, narrow or obstructed casings, and small-volume pumps for low-yield wells. Together with MicroPurge controllers, flow cells, and accessories, they create the most reliable, cost-effective low-flow system available.
Field proven pump designs and exclusive, high performance PTFE bladder formulation offer the reliability critical to long-term monitoring. QED was first in the industry with a standard 10-year sampling pump warranty -- ''no-loopholes'' protection that covers the entire pump, including the bladder.
Bladder pumps, EPA-accepted for low-flow sampling, have been shown to deliver superior sample accuracy and precision in dozens of independent studies. Over 50,000 Well Wizard bladder pumps are in use -- more than all other brands and types of dedicated ground water samplers combined.
Well Wizard pumps are built for reliability, with refinements perfected over nearly 20 years of continuous engineering and improvement -- extra value you won't find in any other bladder pump. One example: stainless steel in Well Wizard pumps is electropolished to passivate the surface, delivering years more corrosion resistance than competitors' models.
Pneumatic bladder pumps operate with a unique, gentle action ideal for low-flow sampling. Timed on/off cycles of compressed air alternately squeeze the flexible bladder to displace water out of the pump, and release it to allow the pump to refill by submergence, without creating any disturbance that could affect sample chemistry. Bladder pumps run easily at low rates for extended times, without the problems of other devices.
The bladder prevents contact between the pump drive air and the sample, and the downwell equipment is permanently dedicated to each well, so both samples and the well are protected from disturbance or the danger of cross-well contamination.
Well Wizard bladder pumps are part of the complete MicroPurge equipment system for low flow sampling, engineered for easy installation and use. QED application specialists will help specify the most effective, economical pumps and accessories for your site.
Each pump is cleaned and laboratory-certified to be free of volatile organic compounds, acid extractable and base neutral contaminants. Your system is preassembled, with tubing cut to length, ready to install.
If desired, installation by OSHA-certified field technicians is available. QED customer support -- with trained local representatives, 24-hour toll-free hotline, and next-day loaners or service turnaround when nee ded -- backs you with unmatched expertise and service.
More MicroPurge dedicated sampling systems and pumps have been chosen since 1982 than all other manufacturers' equipment combined.
To find out why, call QED today for a Low-Flow Data Sheet and site-specific cost analysis.
The WaTerra Pump is a simple, reliable inertial pump which uses an age-old, proven technology, in an elegant manner uniquely adapted to the needs of modern groundwater monitoring. The pump consists of a riser tube with a one-way valve at the foot and a surface pumping mechanism.
The valve allows water to enter the tubing as it is pushed downwards, and retains the water when the tube is pulled upwards again. The inertia of the water itself provides the force to carry it up to the surface whenever the tube is being pumped up and down. The water travels in a continuous column, with little disturbance, thus retaining volatiles.
The Solinst Integra® Bladder Pump allows consistent, high quality samples in all types of applications. It offers excellent performance and reliability. With Integra Bladder Pumps there is the assurance that there is no air/water contact during sampling. It meets the most rigorous US EPA standards for VOC groundwater monitoring.
The bladder ensures that drive air or gas does not contact the sample, thus avoiding degassing or contamination of the sample. Integra Pumps are rugged and long lasting. FEP bladders have a 10-year warranty, while less expensive polyethylene bladders are available for those that prefer to change bladders after each use. Both bladders and intake filters are easily replaced in the field in just a few minutes. No special tools required.
Excellent for either regular flow or low flow sampling, the stainless steel pumps can lift from depths up to 500 ft (150 m) below grade. The PVC Integra operates up to 100 ft (30 m) below grade.
The Solinst Double Valve Pump (DVP) is a pneumatic drive pump that allows consistent, high quality samples. It has been field proven in hundreds of applications.
It offers excellent performance and reliability; no bladder replacement and higher pumping rates than with the Bladder Pump; a selection of sizes and materials; variable flow rates; and is field serviceable.
The Double Valve Pump is suitable for low flow or regular flow sampling, and can operate to depths of 500 ft. (150 m). The PVC Double Valve Pump operates up to 100 ft. (30 m) below grade.
The Micro Double Valve Pump (Micro DVP) has a remarkably small and flexible design. It is a pneumatic pump similar to a Bladder Pump, but using coaxial FEP® tubing, rather than a FEP bladder to give high quality samples. It is small enough to fit in 1/2'' (13 mm) tubing and all channels of the Solinst Model 403 CMT Systems, as its diameter is only 3/8'' (10 mm). The unique combination of flexibility and size make the pump easy to transport and install in a variety of applications.
The Micro DVP is ideal for low flow sampling and narrow down-hole applications. Flow rates of 20 to 150 ml/min, are obtained, with very small associated purge volumes from within the narrow applications. The Micro DVP is durable and easy to operate using the pre-sets and fine tubing capabilities built into the Solinst Model 466 Electronic Control Unit.