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Heron H.OIL Oil/Water Interface Meters

Heron H.OIL Oil/Water Interface Meters

Description

The H.OIL is a portable oil/water interface meter that measures the thickness of DNAPL and LNAPL layers as thin as 1 mm.

Features

  • 5/8" field-replaceable stainless steel probe
  • High strength polycarbonate reel with corrosion-resistant stainless steel fittings
  • Water and dust proof encapsulated electronics
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The H.OIL interface meter is a precision instrument used by professionals involved with the monitoring and remediation of groundwater contaminated with oil products. The meter will accurately measure the thickness of LNAPL layers floating on the water table as thin as 1mm. It will also detect and measure sinking layers of DNAPL.

With its slim 5/8" probe, the H.OIL is ideal for wells, piezometers and direct push equipment as narrow as 3/4". Certified intrinsically safe, the meter is suitable for use in storage tanks and areas where explosive gases may be present. The stainless steel probe and a Kynar jacketed, NTS certified tape will withstand attack by hydrocarbons, solvents and other contaminants. The meter is backed by a 10-year limited warranty, and the replaceable probe comes with a 1-year warranty.
What's Included:
  • (1) Interface meter
  • (1) Carrying bag
  • (1) Cleaning kit
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Heron H.OIL Oil/Water Interface Meters 3000 H.Oil oil/water interface meter with English increments, 50'
$844.55
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Heron H.OIL Oil/Water Interface Meters 3007 H.Oil oil/water interface meter with metric increments, 15m
$844.55
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Heron H.OIL Oil/Water Interface Meters 3001 H.Oil oil/water interface meter with English increments, 100'
$882.55
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Heron H.OIL Oil/Water Interface Meters 3008 H.Oil oil/water interface meter with metric increments, 30m
$882.55
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Heron H.OIL Oil/Water Interface Meters 3003 H.Oil oil/water interface meter with English increments, 200'
$1053.55
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Heron H.OIL Oil/Water Interface Meters 3010 H.Oil oil/water interface meter with metric increments, 60m
$1053.55
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Heron H.OIL Oil/Water Interface Meters 3004 H.Oil oil/water interface meter with English increments, 300'
$1224.55
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Heron H.OIL Oil/Water Interface Meters 3011 H.Oil oil/water interface meter with metric increments, 100m
$1224.55
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Heron H.OIL Oil/Water Interface Meters 3005 H.Oil oil/water interface meter with English increments, 500'
$1493.40
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Heron H.OIL Oil/Water Interface Meters 3012 H.Oil oil/water interface meter with metric increments, 150m
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