82050042

Geotech Oil/Water Interface Meters

Geotech Oil/Water Interface Meters

Description

The Geotech Interface Meter can be used in numerous applications including measuring oil and water levels in monitoring wells and detecting tank leakage.

Features

  • Extremely durable polypropylene storage reel with rugged aluminum frame
  • Highly accurate Kynar coated steel tape marked in engineering or metric units
  • Field replaceable probe is only 5/8" in diameter
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The Geotech Interface Meter can be used in numerous applications including measuring oil and water levels in monitoring wells, detecting tank leakage and obtaining accurate measurements of water levels. When the Geotech 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.

 

  • Extremely durable polypropylene storage reel with rugged aluminum frame
  • Highly accurate Kynar coated steel tape marked in engineering or metric units
  • Field replaceable probe is only 5/8" in diameter
  • Stainless Steel conductors for durability
  • FEP and stainless steel probe with Viton strain relief
  • Audible and visible alarms activated on reel when probe contacts product and water
  • Auto shut-off circuit to extend battery life
  • Easily replaced 9 volt battery
  • Water-resistant padded carrying case to protect instrument
  • Built-in reel hanger for longer tape life
What's Included:
  • (1) Interface meter
  • (1) Carrying case
  • (1) Operations manual
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Geotech Oil/Water Interface Meters 82050042 Oil/water interface meter with English increments, 100'
$1289.00
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Geotech Oil/Water Interface Meters 82050045 Oil/water interface meter with metric increments, 30m
$1289.00
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Geotech Oil/Water Interface Meters 82050043 Oil/water interface meter with English increments, 200'
$1454.00
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Geotech Oil/Water Interface Meters 82050046 Oil/water interface meter with metric increments, 60m
$1454.00
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Geotech Oil/Water Interface Meters 82050044 Oil/water interface meter with English increments, 300'
$1613.00
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Geotech Oil/Water Interface Meters 82050047 Oil/water interface meter with metric increments, 100m
$1613.00
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Geotech Oil/Water Interface Meters 82050006 Oil/water interface meter with English increments, 500'
$2129.00
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Geotech Oil/Water Interface Meters 82050007 Oil/water interface meter with English increments, 750'
$2454.00
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Geotech Oil/Water Interface Meters 82050008 Oil/water interface meter with English increments, 1000'
$2778.00
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Questions & Answers

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How do I clean the optical end of the probe?
The optical end of the probe should be periodically cleaned with a non-abrasive clean such as isopropyl alcohol, xylene, methanol, alconox, or luquinox type cleaner. To clean sensor probe head, place a small amount of cleaner on a clean Q-tip and rub optical face and around conductivity sensor wire to remove all foreign matter.

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