If you need a short sample and would rather not cut a filled liner in the field (and deal with disposing of the contaminated sample and plastic), you should consider using a spacer. Spacers allow you to use a short liner in place of a longer liner. The spacer keeps the short liner stationary during the sampling procedure. For example, if your sampler usually requires a 18 inch liner, you can use a 12 inch liner with a 6 inch spacer instead. Just remember the liner goes on the bottom and the spacer goes on top!
This reusable spacer allows you to fit two 12 inch liners into a 36 inch ESP Sampling tube.
Remember the spacer sits on TOP of the PETG Copolyester or stainless steel liners inside your sampling tube.
This reusable spacer allows you to fit a 12 inch liner into an 18 inch Zero Contamination Tube. It would also fill the empty space in a 36 inch ESP Sampling containing one 12 inch and one 18 inch liner.
Remember the spacer sits on TOP of the PETG Copolyester or Stainless Steel liners inside your sampling tube.
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