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Heron dipper-T Well Depth Indicator Probe

Heron dipper-T Well Depth Indicator Probe

Description

The Well Depth Indicator uses a stainless steel probe fitted with a pressure sensitive plunger attached to the Heron dipper-T water level indicators.

Features

  • Used to measure the depth of wells and boreholes
  • Switch sounds an audible buzzer and light in the reel when well bottom is reached
  • Field-interchangeable with water level probe
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The Well Depth Indicator Probe (or bottom detector) is used to measure full depth in wells and boreholes. The Well Depth Indicator Probe uses a pressure sensitive plunger to measure the distance to the bottom of the well. When the Well Depth Indicator Probe reaches the bottom of the well, the plunger enters the probe body closing a switch, initiating an audible and visual signal at the top of the well. The well depth reading is taken directly from the tape.

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Heron dipper-T Well Depth Indicator Probe 1502 dipper-T well depth indicator probe
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