82050098

Geotech Electric Water Level Meters

Geotech Electric Water Level Meters

Description

Geotech water level meters are portable instruments built to measure water levels in deep monitoring wells and bore holes.

Features

  • Highly accurate Polyethylene coated steel tape
  • Field serviceable 5/8" probe with stainless steel conductors for durability
  • Adjustable sensitivity to prevent false triggering
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$3,330.00
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The Geotech Water Level Meters are portable instruments built to accurately measure water levels in deep monitoring wells and bore holes. The meter detects water levels with a 5/8" O.D. stainless steel weighted probe attached to a well tape marked to 1/100th of a foot. The well tape is mounted on a heavy-duty steel and aluminum reel with optional electric rewind.

The meter relies on fluid conductivity to determine the presence of water. An audible signal and visible LED light activate when the probe contacts water. The meter incorporates a sensitivity adjustment to prevent false triggering.
What's Included:
  • (1) Water level meter
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Geotech Electric Water Level Meters 82050098 Level meter with 5/8" probe, poly tape, electric rewind & English increments, 1500'
$3330.00
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Geotech Electric Water Level Meters 82050102 Level meter with 5/8" probe, poly tape, electric rewind & English increments, 2000'
$3928.00
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Questions & Answers

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What is the battery life? Is the battery included?
The Geotech Electric Water Level meter requires one 9V alkaline battery and will last up to 8 hours of continuous detecting. The battery is not included.
What is the response time?
The response time is less than 10 milliseconds.

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