212 Soil Vapor Sampling Tee with Micro-QT™ Valve

212 Soil Vapor Sampling Tee with Micro-QT™ Valve

SKU: 212-005
$300.00Price

The 212 Soil Vapor Sampling Tee with Entech Instruments Micro-QT™ valve is used for collecting soil vapor samples. The two 1/4” stainless steel compression fitting connections and Micro-QT™ valve allow for simultaneous connections to (1) a 212 Soil Vapor Probe Adapter (2) the 212 Soil Vapor Monitoring Device and (3) Micro-QT™ canister or Bottle-Vac™. The in-line stainless steel compression ball valve allows for the 212 Soil Vapor Monitoring Device to be isolated from the sample train following the recommended sub-slab purge interval to ensure sample integrity during soil vapor sample collection.

  • Product Specifications

    Valve Specs

    Valve

    Valve Function

     

    On/Off

    Valve Type

    Ball

    Activation

    Manual

    Valve Operation

    Handle

    Handle Style

    Lever

    Handle Type

    Standard

     

    Connection 1

    Connection Style

    Swagelok®

    Connection Type

    Standard

    Gender

    Male

    Dash Size

    04

     

    Connection 2

    Connection Style

    Swagelok®

    Connection Type

    Standard

    Gender

    Male

    Dash Size

    04

     

    Connection 3

    Connection Style

    Micro-QTTM

    Connection Type

    Quick-Connect

    Gender

    Female

     

    For Tube

    OD

    1/4"

    Wall Thickness

    0.035”

     

    Materials

     

    Body Material

    316 Stainless Steel

    Ball Material

    316 Stainless Steel

    Seal Material

    PFA Plastic

    Seat Material

    PFA Plastic

    Packing Material

    PFA Plastic

    Nut Material

    316 Stainless Steel

    Sleeve Material

    316 Stainless Steel

    Compatible With

    Let-Lok®, Parker A-Lok®, Yor-Lok

     

    Overall Assembly

    Height

    4.5625”

    Length

    4.6875”

     

    Corrosion Resistance

    316 stainless steel fittings have excellent corrosion resistance.

     

    Chemical Resistance

    Determining chemical compatibility is the responsibility of the customer and needs to be based upon the application for which the product is being used, including environmental considerations such as temperature and the presence of other chemicals.