Soil Sampling Equipment Description
Before renting your soil sampling equipment from the KWIPPED network of suppliers determine the depth of your sampling needs and characteristics of the soil. You will need a specialized auger or probe if you have rocky or sandy soil or if you are working under water. Most people will find a soil sampling kit will serve their needs due to the sampling tool options available.
Features of soil sampling equipments
Soil sampling equipment will be made of metals that won’t react with minerals in the soil in order to prevent contamination. They will have a column that is drilled or pushed into the ground in order to grab up a sample.
How soil sampling equipments work
There are several methods of digging up samples. The majority of them are man-powered, but mechanical options are available. Augers and probes take a column of soil for sampling. Shovels, scoops, and spades are used to dig up surface level, loose soil. Core samplers are augers/probes that draw the sample into a removable liner. Kits that have multiple samplers are popular options.