MANUFACTURER: Gammon Technical
Gammon Fuel Sampling Kits
In the past, thousands of work hours have been wasted and fueling facilities have been shut down simply because the sampling tap was contributing dirt during the sampling period. Rusty pipe threads, steel gate valves and collections of reducing bushings that never are subjected to fuel flow, except when a contamination test is to be run, have been found to be a prime cause of poor color results when tests are performed to ASTMD2276. Flushing does not clean normally stagnant steel fittings.
The probe penetrates through the pipe coupling that is welded to the pipe. There is no possibility of rust and dirt, that usually collects in stagnant pockets (such as welded couplings), reaching the test membrane.
Standard Length Probe 2¼”
Non-ferrous materials are used in our kits, All passages are small (¼” pipe size) to insure that there will be enough velocity during the flushing cycle to carry away any sediment that may have collected.
Kit No. 7T allows pressure sensing and sampling independently through one pipe connection. Probe penetrates all the way through the tee. Sample never contacts the tee. Branch on tee is for pressure gauge connection; it senses pressure on the outside of probe tube.