- 101 P7 Submersible Probe measures water levels and total well depth
- More consistent measurements with sensor located at the tip of probe
- Solinst PVDF flat tape has increased tensile strength and electrical efficiency
The Solinst 101 Water Level Meter with P7 Probe features an extremely durable, laser marked PVDF flat tape, with an enhanced dog bone design that is thicker, reducing adherence to the side of well casing.
Enhanced Laser Marked Tape Features
- Durable PVDF non-stretch tape
- Improved electrical properties
- Thicker dog bone design prevents clinging to sides of the well
- Permanently laser marked every 1/100 ft or each mm
The PVDF flat tape is laser marked every 1/100 ft or each mm; lengths up to 5000 ft (1500 m). New flat tape has increased tensile strength and electrical efficiency by using 6 strands of copper coated stainless steel and 13 strands of stainless steel in each conductor. The P7 Water Level Meter Probe is engineered to allow submersion to 1000 ft. (300 m). Sensor at the tip of the probe provides consistently accurate measurements in wells, boreholes, and cascading water, with almost zero displacement.
Solinst 101 P2 Water Level Meters use non-stretch polyethylene flat tape, with heat embossed markings each 1/100 ft or mm. Designed for measuring accurate water levels in wells and boreholes, the rugged free-standing reel is well balanced and ideal for use in the field. The P2 Water Level Meter is available with tape lengths to 1000 ft (or 300 m).
The Model 101B Water Level Meter is a basic, low cost instrument for portable depth to water measurements. It uses polyethylene flat tape that is permanently heat embossed every centimeter. Tape length options are 30, 60, and 100 m. The stainless steel P1 Probe is extremely robust and is 1/2" (12.7 mm) in diameter. The sturdy reel and handle make measurements easy. The Meter is powered by one 9V battery, which is replaceable by accessing the reel hub.
Once you've measured your water level, take a groundwater sample using a Solinst Bladder Pump. Bladder Pumps ensure no air/water contact during operation, providing representative groundwater samples and excellent VOC sample results.
Solinst Model 102 Water Level Indicators have permanent, accurate, laser marked cables. Markings every 1/100 ft or each millimeter.
Solinst Model 122 Interface Meter accurately measures LNAPL and DNAPL product layers and Oil/Water interface. They feature a narrow 5/8" (16 mm) probe, and PVDF tape lengths to 1000 ft (300 m).
The Model 105 Well Casing & Depth Indicator detects metal well casing and measures total well depth using one probe. Depths are read from durable Solinst laser marked flat tape.
The 410 Peristaltic Pump is ideal for sampling groundwater from shallow wells. Connect a 12V Battery Holder to create a portable assembly for short duration groundwater sampling applications.
The 615ML Multilevel Drive-Point System allows monitoring of up to 6 zones in one drive, using ports with a dual barb stem to attach either ¼" or ⅜" OD tubing. Install using extensions and a Manual Slide Hammer, similar to standard 615 installations, for high-resolution vertical groundwater or soil gas profiling.
Consider making your life easier in the field by ordering one of our convenient Field Tables. We have two models available, Well-mount and Stand-alone, to keep your equipment organized and provide a clean, sturdy surface to hold your field tools.
Well-mount Field Table - 115209
Stand-alone Field Table - 115312
The 104 Solinst Sonic Water Level Meter is a portable, acoustic ranging instrument designed to simply and quickly provide depth to static water level measurements down to 600 m (2000 ft), without the need to lower equipment down a well. Ideal for straight, crooked, narrow, hard to access, or contaminated wells.
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