sampling bottle

sampling bottle

[′sam·pliŋ ‚bäd·əl]
(engineering)
A cylindrical container, usually closed at a chosen depth, to trap a water sample and transport it to the surface without introducing contamination.
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To complement the new Unique sampling valves, Alfa Laval offers a range of sampling accessories including a check valve, and aseptic sampling bottle and a steam generator and spray gun to steam sterilise all of the components between operations.
The tiny water sampling bottle will warn people when the water they are drinking is contaminated and was the brainchild of Northumbria University PhD student, Puja Tandon.
The water sampling bottle is the idea of Northumbria University PhD student Puja Tandon.
The new [HQSA] allows for the connection of a currently available gaseous fuel sampling bottle to be connected to [a Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE)]-standardized hydrogen fueling station dispenser nozzle," said the organization.
63 in) OD) PVC pipe was glued in the recessed opening to direct the runoff to the sampling bottle.
A sampling bottle enables analysis of gas composition and water content.
Tenders are invited for Transformer Oil Sampling Bottle 500Ml Capacity,Having Needle Valve On Both End With Carring Bag.
Tenders invited for Supply of Sampling bottles for o-18 & quartz tubes for pyrohodrolytic extraction
TRYING TO GET THE RIGHT PARTS FOR OIL SAMPLING BOTTLES AND PUMPS CAN BE LIKE PUTTING TOGETHER A PUZZLE.
Although the well-intentioned move was designed to improve intelligence around any drug use, the breaking of the supposedly sacrosanct seals on sampling bottles before they were sent for analysis led to a huge rift in the relationship between the GBGB and trainers, many of whom stated they no longer had confidence in the sampling system.
The scientists climb out onto the ice, drill holes, and lower sampling bottles to depths of 460 to 610 meters (1,500 to 2,000 feet).