Configurable. Local. Reliable.
Locally built and supported for increased uptime and efficiency.
Customizing Swagelok grab sample systems allows for safe, efficient sample capture—meeting your specific plant application needs. The panels are available in a variety of configurations and advanced features. Plus, local support ensures fast, dependable expert service.
- Designed and built with the reliable components you trust from Swagelok
- Local, factory-certified experts for local fabrication and support
- Versatile mounting options for easier installation
- Standard sample systems can be configured using a part number table for simplified ordering
- Additional instrumentation is available, including gauges, meters, and flow indicators
- Backed by the Swagelok Limited Lifetime Warranty
Swagelok offers two categories of grab sample systems:
Swagelok will provide you with accurate, safe grab sample systems customized to your specifications and completed with a turnaround to fit your schedule. For more information or a quote, contact us. To see the various Swagelok grab sample system configurations available, view our Grab Sampling Systems Application Guide.
View our wide selection of sample cylinders that meet DOT, Transport Canada and TPED standards for transportation of chemicals.
Learn about our Sampling System Training to help you design effective sampling systems and diagnose and eliminate existing issues so you can increase efficiency and save money.
Improve your current sampling systems reliability with our expert, in-depth evaluation of your sampling systems, from tap to grab sample station.
If you’re short on manpower, Swagelok can provide an extra set of hands by building your fluid system assemblies for you through our Custom Solutions offerings.
"Safe Product Selection:
The complete catalog contents must be reviewed to ensure that the system designer and user make a safe product selection. When selecting products, the total system design must be considered to ensure safe, trouble-free performance. Function, material compatibility, adequate ratings, proper installation, operation, and maintenance are the responsibilities of the system designer and user.