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Q.E.D. Environmental Systems

Q.E.D. Environmental Systems

Take groundwater samples with this device

This company recently acquired the Snap Sampler (photo) passive groundwater sampling technology from ProHydro, Inc. The Snap Sampler system (U.S. Patent 7,178,415) employs a unique 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 groundwater chemistry using a simple passive sampling technique, eliminating well-purging labor and purge-water management. — Q.E.D. Environmental Systems, Inc., Dexter, Mich.

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