Monthly Archives: October 2006

SolinstTeam

Solinst Technical Service & Support

Solinst Sales and Executive Team, from left to right: Susan Loit, Tim Foltz, Derek Yates, Jason Redwood, John Buckley, Jean Belshaw, Kirsten Cooper, Sarah Belshaw, Clayton Brown, Jim Pianosi, Randy Blackburn and Jason Nagasawa Founded in 1975 Solinst began manufacturing its own line of Water Level Meters in 1982 when Doug Belshaw took over the company. His […]

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BentonitePacker

New CMT Bentonite Packers used by AECL

Solinst is delighted to announce another installation of the New Narrow 3 Channel CMT (Continuous Multichannel Tubing) Multilevel System using bentonite cartridges. The cartridges are designed to seal the interval between monitoring zones and are ideal for direct push applications where the annulus between the CMT installation and the drilled hole is too small to accurately […]

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7ZoneInstallation

Waterloo Multilevel Network Being Used to Characterize and Develop Remediation Strategy

Since 2002, Solinst has been working with STS Consultants in Green Bay, Wisconsin to provide a total of four Waterloo Multilevel Systems selected to monitor a chlorinated compound release. The release was from a forest products company and occurred decades ago. Chlorinated compounds have permeated the saturated and unsaturated zones and are present in both the overburden […]

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Levelogger Gold

Levelogger Gold Features

Comparison Levelogger Gold Old Levelogger Backward Compatible Yes Yes Pressure Transducer Piezoresistive Silicon in 316L Stainless Steel Ceramic Ranges 15, 30, 60, 100, 300 ft, Atmospheric Barologger 5, 10, 20, 30, 100m, Atmospheric Barologger 15, 30, 60, 100, 300 ft. + 5 ft. Barologger 5, 10, 20, 30, 100m + 1.5 m Barologger Accuracy (typical) […]

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3001Edges

Absolute vs. Vented Pressure

  The Solinst Levelogger is based on an absolute pressure transducer. This means the Levelogger senses and presents all the pressure it is under, both water pressure (hydraulic head) and air pressure (barometric or atmospheric pressure). However, most users are interested in just the water level or hydraulic head, so Solinst offers a separate logger, the […]

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remediation

New Enhanced Remediation Device

Researchers at the University of Waterloo have developed a device utilizing a patented technology to allow the enhancement of natural groundwater remediation processes. The device works by providing a regulated, steady application of any amendment material (ie. any chemical or biological stimulant), such as oxygen or hydrogen to encourage aerobic or anaerobic bioremediation. Manufactured and […]

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