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Sampling sludge from pipes during pumping is easily done by opening the valves of sampling ports, letting the system flush to a waste bucket and then collecting the sample. However, if the sludge line is pressurized the sampling port should be equipped with an air-pressurized sampling manifold to ensure that the sample is withdrawn at nearly the same pressure as inside the sludge line. After pressure equalization with the atmosphere the sample is transferred from the manifold to the container. Dewatered sludge kept in heaps is sampled by repeatedly taking cores, from top to bottom, and size reducing their mixture to a convenient amount by quartering.
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