Bailer

A pipe or tube with a valve at the lower end, used to collect groundwater samples from wells or open boreholes.

bailer

a long, cylindrical container fitted with a valve at its lower end, used to remove water, sand, mud, drilling cuttings, or oil from a well in cable-tool drilling.

Bailer

A pipe with a valve at the lower end, used to remove slurry from the bottom or side of a well as it is being drilled, or to collect groundwater samples from wells or open boreholes. 2. A tube of varying length.
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Bailer

Bail'er noun (Law) See Bailor .
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Bailer

• (n.) One who bails or lades. • (n.) A utensil, as a bucket or cup, used in bailing; a machine for bailing water out of a pit. • (n.) See Bailor.
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Bailer

A device for removing water that has entered the boat.
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Bailer

[hydrogeology] A bailer in hydrogeology is a hollow tube used to retrieve groundwater samples from monitoring wells. Groundwater monitoring wells are drilled in areas where there are underground storage tanks or where there is environmental remediation occurring. The wells are typically built out of PVC casing which is slotted to allow grou...
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Bailer

A device for removing water that has entered the boat.
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