Ideal when samplers are transported between sites or for temporary compliance purposes, the AQUA-COMPACT takes up minimal space and yet offers uncompromized sampling performance.
- Super–Compact and lightweight (only 16 lbs - 7.3 Kg)
- Suitable for indoor and outdoor use
- Ambient working temperature range: 14°F (-10°C) to 122°F (50°C)
- Supplied with integrated easy clean 5 liter low profile composite Sample Container
- AC Power and / or Battery powered
- Lockable Sampler Cover
- Front access to Sample Container without disturbing Sampler or Intake Hose
About the ECD family of portable water samplers, contact ECD for questions on other configurations and product models.
Models: AQUA-COMPACT, AQUA-COOLBOX, AQUA-MULTIX
The ECD Analyzers Portable Wastewater Sampler range is made up of three models: The very small AQUA-COMPACT, the passively cooled AQUA-COOLBOX, and the versatile multi bottle AQUA-MULTIX, providing complete sampling flexibility. All can be powered by 110/220 VAC POWER, or an external 12VDC supply, or via an integral battery that can provide up to 350 samples on a full charge.
The air pump vacuum sampling system featured within every AQUA Module provides for a reliable, representative and repeatable sample without the weaknesses that can be associated with alternative sampling techniques. Programming set-up is very simple, with sample volumes from 50-500 mL (and above, using multiple shots/sample events) and sample intervals from 1 minute to almost 100 hours.
Sample extraction frequency can be time based or triggered by external sources such as flow meters, level sensors, pH meters, on-line analyzers, PLC’s etc. Ambient working temperature range: 14°F (-10°C) to 122°F (50°C). Also, any of the Samplers can be supplied with a Sample Temperature Monitoring Facility. With this option, the minimum, maximum, average and present sample temperatures can by monitored on the display. Additionally all the Portable Samplers can be fitted with a Data Connection facility. This enables the download of logged sample temperature data from the Sampler Module to a PC (or similar) via the USB connection, and if needed, it is possible to extract samples from a pressurized effluent source, using the Pressurized Pipeline Interface.