A+ Corporation has Released the Safest Probe on the Market for Liquid Sampling

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Brute physical force or hydraulics are a thing of the past now with A+ Corporation's new Direct Drive Variable Length Insertion Probe (VLIP) for liquid sampling.

Genie Model 760 - Variable Length Insertion Liquid Sampling Probe

Genie Model 760 Direct Drive Probe

When it comes to sample probes, no one does it better than A+ Corporation. The commitment by A+ to continuously offer the safest, highest quality products available at competitive prices rings true once again with the release of their new Genie® Direct Drive Model 760 liquid probe. The 760 can be safely inserted into pressurized sources up to 3750 PSIG, minimizing the risk of both personal injury to technicians and plant/pipeline operational down time.

In commenting on the Model 760, Hulon Robertson - Director of Sales & Marketing for A+ Corporation said, “Unlike similar competitive probes that require brute physical force or hydraulics applied to the backside of the probe for insertion, the 760 only requires an open end or optional speed wrench for installation and its uniquely designed body contains double mechanical safety interlocks to prevent the probe from self retracting under any failure scenario. This probe is much safer and easier to install than any other liquid sample probes currently available on the market.” This product is now available for immediate order within standard lead times.

About A+ Corporation, LLC
A+ Corporation, LLC is a 24 year old privately held company located in Gonzales, Louisiana just outside of Baton Rouge. The company is an innovative company that prides itself on providing simple solutions for complex sample extraction and conditioning problems, as well as providing analyzer protection technologies. A+ pioneered the use of membranes for removing liquids to protect analyzers in both gas and liquid streams with their Genie® Membrane Separators™. Additionally, the company pioneered the technique of applying this technology in sample extraction probes for high pressure natural gas pipelines that can be installed under pipeline pressure. This reduced the industry need to shutdown pipelines for sample point additions or maintenance and significantly reduced costs and safety concerns.

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