A simple and inexpensive squeezer employed in the removal of interstitial water from ocean sediments has been designed. Squeezing is carried out with nitrogen at pressures of 500 to 1000 lb/in2 (35 to 70 kg/cm2). The apparatus is lined with teflon, thus insuring complete freedom from metallic contamination.
Presley, Bob J., Robert R. Brooks, and Henry M. Kappel. 1967. "A simple squeezer for removal of interstitial water from ocean sediments." Journal of Marine Research 25, (3). https://elischolar.library.yale.edu/journal_of_marine_research/1108