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Probe, Plunger, Needle or POGO Bars!

LocateUnderground :: Probe, Plunger, Needle or POGO Bars!

Probe, Plunger, Needle or POGO Bars!  
 

What's the difference between a PROBE BAR vs. a PLUNGER BAR vs. a Pogo Bar vs. a Needle Bar?

It's simple.

A PROBE BAR is an instrument used to make a hole (into the ground) by manually pushing it into the soil or surface. (As a test instrument, a PROBE is used to touch an object and receive some type of electronic reading). We sell lots of PROBE BARS.

A PLUNGER BAR is a heavy duty rod with a sliding weight used to hammer the probe into a surface. These instruments are also called "Impaction Tools", POGO's or Needle Bars. We also sell lots of THESE.

On LocateUnderground, we have these instruments in several categories - Just to help out with the confusion.

You're welcome.
 
 
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