3012.95

AMS Interface Meters

AMS Interface Meters

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AMS Interface Meters provide measurements of both floating and sinking hydrocarbons (non-aqueous product layers).

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  • Kynar-coated measurement tape
  • Electro-optic probe easily detects floating contaminants
  • Shipped in a padded carrying case
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AMS Interface Meters provide measurements of both floating and sinking hydrocarbons (non-aqueous product layers). These battery powered, portable reel-mounted instruments uses include measuring oil and water levels in monitoring wells and detecting tank leakage. When the probe of the interface meter is lowered down a well and contacts the product layer, a solid tone and green light alarm is activated on the reel. When the probe detects water, the tone begins to oscillate and the light changes to green. The 100-foot Kynar-coated measurement tape has a is marked in engineering (standard/English) or metric unit increments. The 5/8-inch diameter probe is equipped with stainless steel conductors and stored on a rugged polypropylene reel with an aluminum frame. It is shipped in a padded carrying case.
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  • (1) Interface meter
  • (1) Padded carrying case
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AMS Interface Meters 3012.95 Interface meter with 5/8" probe & English increments, 100 ft.
$1339.00
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AMS Interface Meters 3012.96 Interface meter with 5/8" probe & metric increments, 30m
$1339.00
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