November 6, 2017
Solinst Canada Introduces Water Level Temperature Meter
Announcing the NEW Model 201 Water Level Temperature Meter, ideal for measuring water level and conducting temperature profiling in surface and groundwater applications.
Water levels are read from durable, chemical-resistant PVDF flat tape in lengths up to 2000 ft. (600 m). The WLT probe measures temperature from -20ºC to 125ºC with an accuracy of ±0.5ºC.
The WLT Meter is useful for detecting runoff, points of inflow, or sources of thermal pollution; early warning of changes in water quality and aquatic environments; and geothermal surveys.
For more information about the new Model 201 Water Level Temperature Meter, please visit: www.solinst.com/products/level-measurement-devices/201-water-level-temperature-meter/datasheet/datasheet.php
April 26, 2017
Levelogger Data Aids Karst Springs Initiative In Tennessee
The Karst Springs Initiative was started in early 2016, with the aim to identify and study the largest karst springs in Tennessee. Karst springs are important monitoring points, as they can represent the overall water quality of the entire groundwater basin. Read our latest blog post to see how Solinst Leveloggers are being used to record water levels at a number of gauging stations, in order to determine discharge at the springs. You will also find great photos and videos documented by the project founders: www.solinst.com/onthelevel-news/2017/04/levelogger-data-aids-karst-spring-initiative-in-tennessee/
April 12, 2017
Solinst Telemetry Options for Water Resource Management
Continuous monitoring of water levels has become an important component of successful water resource management. In our latest blog post, we talk about how telemetry makes the collection of water levels more efficient and convenient. Included is a guide to selecting the right Solinst telemetry system for your application. We discuss the differences between our new LevelSender telemetry system, and the STS and RRL options. Read the full post here: www.solinst.com/onthelevel-news/2017/04/solinst-telemetry-options-for-water-resource-management/
January 30, 2017
Solinst Canada Introduces New Conductivity Datalogger
Solinst Canada Ltd. is pleased to announce the latest release in their datalogger series—the Model 3001 LTC Levelogger Edge. The LTC Levelogger Edge is a compact instrument that provides reliable datalogging of water level, temperature, and conductivity measurements. It includes many enhanced features over the previous LTC versions, including an 8-year battery life, memory for 27,000 sets of readings, higher accuracy and 6 pressure ranges. It has a PVD corrosion resistant coating and a 3 year warranty.
For more information about the new Model 3001 LTC Levelogger Edge, please visit: www.solinst.com/products/dataloggers-and-telemetry/3001-levelogger-series/ltc-levelogger/
January 25, 2017
How Does the Waterloo Emitter™ Remediation Device Work?
Solinst recently released three animated videos showing how the Waterloo Emitter works. To go along with these videos, we've posted in our blog, a full review of our remediation device. Included is a discussion on enhanced aerobic bioremediation, Waterloo Emitter operating principles, application tips, and the advantages that are provided to remediation professionals.
To read the full blog post, and view the videos, visit: www.solinst.com/onthelevel-news/2017/01/enhanced-aerobic-bioremediation-and-the-waterloo-emitter/
January 11, 2017
Extensive Groundwater Monitoring Program at a Refinery in Australia
HydroTerra, exclusive distributor of Solinst products in Australia, recently installed three CMT Multilevel Groundwater Monitoring Systems. The CMT Systems are part of an all-encompassing groundwater monitoring program at a refinery in Queensland. Numerous Solinst instruments were used to sample and monitor levels in the CMT Systems, as well as the ninety groundwater wells located in and around the refinery.
Read about the full monitoring program in our ON THE LEVEL blog: www.solinst.com/onthelevel-news/2017/01/extensive-groundwater-monitoring-program-at-refinery-in-australia/