28.xxx series - Sediment Trap with lids - 80 mm tubes:
Available models with Ø80 mm tubes with
28.210: 1 tube, 1 steering fin.
28.211: 2 tubes.
28.212: 2 tubes, 1 steering fin, 1 balance arm.
28.213: 3 tubes, 1 steering fin.
28.215: 4 tubes.
1,9 L for each tube.
Click here for a model without lids: Sediment trap station Ø80/72 mm.
All sizes of tubes can be manufactured upon request.
The sediment trap has been developed in cooperation with associate professor Michael Olesen, from the Marine Biological Laboratory, University of Copenhagen, Denmark.
28.323 - Main rack:
The main rack for the 28.xxx series sediment sampler, is made from AISI 316 stainless steel; the rack is delivered with 1 pc 28.102 zinc anode Ø30 x 15 mm 0,55 kg total.
28.221 - Sample tube:
The sample tube 28.101 is used for the KC sediment trap series 28.xxx Ø80 only, the tube is Ø110/Ø104 mm, length 700 mm with a lead weight in the bottom 2,1 kg total.
28.224 - Arm for sediment station:
The 28.104 arm for the sediment trap station is made from AISI 316 stainless steel and Polyamide PA 6.6, the arm is connected to the main rack with a pivot joint fastening ring.
28.227- Balance arm:
Balance arm for the Ø110 mm sediment trap series: This arm can only be used for the 28.300 model. The arm is made from AISI 316 stainless steel, with a lead weight at the end for creating balance.
60.004 A - Drop messenger, (sold separately):
Before retrieving the trap slide down the drop messenger and all lids will close immediately.
The picture to the right shows the various type of minor accessories that can be bought for spare parts for the sediment system, 28.306 holder for the arm system is made of polymaid PA 6.6, 28.102 Zinc anode, used for protection against corrosion of the system when deployed in salt water, 28.108 American wing nut, used for fastening the sediment tube to the arm, 28.109 Umbraco screw M6 x 12, 5 pcs AISI 316 stainless steel, used for mounting the arms and fins to the main rack.
Seen to the right is the 2 most common options of deployment for the sediment trap station system, the schematics are for your general information. KC Denmark A/S cannot estimate any details for buoys, anchors etc., as local conditions, current and depth range, etc., are to be considered and tested in practice.