My firm has completed several vapor surveys and found that the Vapor Pin™ is a significant improvement over prior devices
Columbus, OH (PRWEB) August 22, 2012
Cox-Colvin and Associates, Inc. a Plain City, Ohio company that provides a wide range of environmental consulting and engineering-related services, such as vapor intrusion and soil gas sampling releases a new way that sub-slab soil gas can be sampled. Traditional sub-slab soil gas sampling methods are time consuming, expensive and prone to leaks. The Vapor Pin™ addresses those issues, eliminating the problems, saving time and money.
The Vapor Pin™ is a one of a kind, patented, reusable sub-slab soil gas sampling device that is a superior alternative to traditional sub-slab soil gas sampling methods. The Vapor Pin™ is constructed of a single piece metal. This single piece design along with the silicon sleeve eliminates potential leak points. The Vapor Pin™ can be installed in minutes using common hand tools and the installation/extraction tool supplied in the Vapor Pin™ kit. And because customers do not need to cement the Vapor Pin™ in place, customers can begin sampling the sub-slab soil gas in as little as 20 minutes. The Vapor Pin™ can be easily removed using the installation/extraction tool and is reusable. To reuse the device all Vapor Pin™ customers' will need to do is decontaminate the Vapor Pin™ and replace the cap and silicone sleeve.
Customers are raving about the Vapor Pin™. One customer of the Vapor Pin™ said, “The Vapor Pin™ is outstanding! Someone really did their homework to develop a product far superior to anything else available for soil vapor sampling. Every aspect is well designed for easy installation, ongoing use, and removal.”
Craig Stevens, principal of CSI Environmental says “My firm has completed several vapor surveys and found that the Vapor Pin™ is a significant improvement over prior devices used for sub-slab vapor sampling. It is easy to install and use and I have greater confidence in the samples obtained.”
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