How does the Containment Sampling Port work?

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How does the Containment Sampling Port work?

The Containment Sampling Port is designed for sampling under containment conditions up to OEB 5. The sample is filled into wide-opening bottles and can be visually inspected until the desired fill level is reached. The filled bottle is removed via the endless liner. The Containment Sample Port can be easily combined with all common samplers such as slide or screw samplers.

 

How does it work?

A sample bottle is fed into the sample port through the push-port.Another bottle is inserted and pushed into the correct position using the lid of the push-port. This allows the bottle inserted first to be taken out at the lower port. The system is always sealed against the outside via the push-port.The bottle can then be easily handled in the endless liner. The bottle cap is fixed in the cap holder, the bottle is unscrewed and screwed into the threaded port of the downpipe. The filling of the bottle can be visually checked.Then the bottle is unscrewed from the threaded port of the downpipe and screwed to the cap fixed in the cap holder.The bottle is dispensed through the endless liner.

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