- Used to ensure accurate placement of backfill; bailer deployment, safety cable for pumps and packers
- Cable version: Laser marked every 1/4 ft. or every 5 cm
- PVDF Flat Tape version: marked every 1/100 ft. or each mm
- Convenient detachable stainless steel weights
Laser Marked PVDF Flat Tape Version
The Solinst Model 103 Tag Line uses a weight attached to a laser marked cable, which is mounted on a sturdy free-standing reel. The 1/16" (1.6 mm) stranded stainless steel wire line is primarily used during the installation of monitoring wells to measure depth to the bottom of a well, or the depth to the top of a backfill sand or bentonite layer.
The 800M Mini Packer is 1 ft in length and is designed to fit in nominal 2" OD monitoring wells to temporarily isolate discrete zones for groundwater monitoring and sampling applications – available as a single and straddle packer setup.
Model 800 Low Pressure Pneumatic Packers are inflatable seals, ideal for isolating discrete zones in long-screened wells or other formations for numerous applications.
The Tag Line provides great safety support for down-well pneumatic groundwater sampling pumps such as the Solinst Bladder Pumps and Double Valve Pumps. Pneumatic pumps provide low flow rates, ideal for VOC sampling. Operate to depths of 500 ft (150 m).
The 101 Power Winder provides both convenience and ease of use for all Solinst reel-mounted devices. It is lightweight and easy to attach to small, medium or large size Solinst reels, and is simple to adjust to fit other reels in the market. Effortlessly wind longer cable lengths.
(Image shows 101 Power Winder Installed on Solinst Model 103 Tag Line using Flexible Adaptor and a Power Drill)
The Model 105 Well Casing & Depth Indicator signals the detection of metal well casing and includes a ground sensor to determine the well bottom.
The Tag Line can be used to deploy the Model 425-D Deep Sampling Discrete Interval Sampler. The sampler obtains water or product samples from a specific zone without the need for purging. Samples from depths as much as 1200 m (4000 ft).