Product Advancements

Peristaltic Pump The latest version of the Solinst Peristaltic Pump features improvements designed to make the pump even easier to operate and use in the field. One easy-access control enables reversible flow and varied speeds Steadier flow, with rates ranging from 40 mL/min. to 3.5 L/min. Compact, and lightweight, the metal case is extremely robust and water… Continue Reading »

Just Released From Solinst

Levelogger with SDI-12 The Solinst Levelogger Gold Series is now SDI-12 compatible, and able to link to PLC and SCADA systems. Current Levelogger Gold customers can upgrade their data loggers to communicate in SDI-12 mode. Using new firmware and SDI-12 interface cable, Leveloggers, Barologgers, and Rainloggers are easily added to a system with a communication… Continue Reading »

The Solinst Training Commitment

At Solinst we see our International Agents and North American Distributors as an integral and important part of our company connection to our clients. To this end, we have had a very busy year both offering training courses here at Solinst and visiting our Agents and Distributors. In May 2007 Solinst held a 2-day training… Continue Reading »

Why Use Bladder Pumps?

We all know that bladder pumps are ideal for obtaining extremely accurate, representative groundwater samples. For this reason site regulators, owners, and consultants rely on bladder pumps for reproducible data that is defensible, time and time again. Although there may be a high initial capital investment, the bladder pump will pay for itself quickly. Only one pump… Continue Reading »

Bladders Teflon or LDPE?

Adjusting Pneumatic Pumps – It’s Easy!

What do you do when your Pneumatic Pump is properly connected, yet there is no sample discharge? A simple ‘trick’ is to submerge the sample discharge line into a clear container of water. During the drive cycle you should see bubbles. An aggressive blast of bubbles can mean that there is no water available, while… Continue Reading »

Barologgers Can Take The Heat

Researchers at the University of South Florida have undertaken a 4-year study to address hydrological and ecological questions regarding clay-storage areas (CSAs). CSAs are produced as a result of the disposal of sand and clay from the mining of Phosphate-rich deposits in the Florida peninsula. The study is being aided by the use of Solinst… Continue Reading »

Solinst Double Valve Pumps Preferred In The UK

Cory Environmental, a leading recycling and waste management company, operates in over 30 locations around the UK developing and maintaining recycling and landfill facilities. Over the years, they have purchased and tested a number of groundwater sampling instruments for use in monitoring programs at their landfill sites. In the past, portable submersible pumps and specialized… Continue Reading »

Junior…

… the newest addition to the Levelogger Family Designed to reduce your bottom line, the Levelogger Junior is a low cost alternative for measuring groundwater and surface water level and temperatures. The Levelogger Junior combines a data logger, temperature thermistor, and pressure transducer in one small watertight housing. Features include: Compatibility with Levelogger Gold Series software and accessories 5… Continue Reading »

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… Continue Reading »

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… Continue Reading »