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Heron dipper-Tag Tag Lines

Heron dipper-Tag Tag Lines

Description

The economical Heron dipper-Tag is a multi-purpose tag line designed for use when installing or monitoring wells.

Features

  • Included 316 SS weight is 750 grams for measuring bottom of well
  • Kevlar reinforced polyethylene tape with metric (mm) or engineering scale (1/100') markings
  • Includes carry bag to protect the tag line from the elements
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$469.00
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$445.55
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The economical dipper-Tag is a multi-purpose unit designed for use when installing or monitoring wells. The 316 SS weight that comes with the dipper-Tag can be used for measuring to the bottom of a well, or the depth to the top of a bentonite layer or backfill sand. The spring release clip allows the user to exchange the weight to other available accessories such as a plopper for measuring static water levels acoustically. Alternatively, a dipperLog can be attached to measure water levels and temperature for short term analysis. The dipper-Tag can also be used with third party accessories, i.e bailers for water sampling. In order to keep this unit cost-effective, it is only available in one tape length, 500’ or 150m.
What's Included:
  • (1) dipper-Tag tag line
  • (1) Carry bag
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Heron dipper-Tag Tag Lines 8000 dipper-Tag tag line with English increments, 500'
$445.55
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Heron dipper-Tag Tag Lines 8001 dipper-Tag tag line with metric increments, 150m
$445.55
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Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Heron dipper-Tag Acoustic Plopper 8103 dipper-Tag acoustic plopper, 1"
$55.00
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