The TeleScoop water sampler – environmental sampling made easy
Oct 04 2023
In the field of environmental research and monitoring, the ability to collect accurate and representative water samples is of paramount importance. Scientists and researchers depend on these samples to analyse water quality, assess ecosystem health, and study various aquatic phenomena. The TelesScoop water sampler from Sampling Systems has emerged as a leader in the field, revolutionising the way we collect water samples with both ease and efficiency.
The telescopic water sampler is an innovative device designed to collect surface samples in bodies of water such as rivers, lakes, oceans and many other bodies of water. It consists of a lightweight telescopic rod with a robust dual locking system that can extend upto 6m enabling the operator to access hard-to-reach areas. Fieldwork in environmental research often presents challenges, such as limited access to sampling locations and adverse weather conditions. The telescopic water sampler addresses these obstacles by providing researchers with a portable and easy-to-use solution. Furthermore, the TeleScoop offers a range of easy-to-change attachments in a variety of different materials. Fittings include catch nets, angular and pendulum beakers as well as bottle holders, all of which are available in a wide range of volumes and sizes. The attachments can be further adjusted on the rod by rotating the angle adaptor to loosen and then again to tighten. This flexibility in functionality enables researchers to collect samples for various analyses, from basic water quality parameters to more specialised investigations involving contaminants (e.g PFAS chemicals), microorganisms, or nutrients. The device's adaptability makes it an invaluable tool across diverse environmental research disciplines.
The TeleScoop by Sampling Systems represents a significant advancement in the field of environmental research and monitoring. It’s light weight, versatility and ease of use empower scientists and researchers to collect accurate water samples across a diverse range of applications unlocking valuable insights into aquatic ecosystems, water quality, and climate change impacts.
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