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Solinst Model 601 Standpipe Piezometers

Solinst Model 601 Standpipe Piezometers

Description

The Model 601 Standpipe Piezometer is designed to be placed within an open hole.

Features

  • Pointed PVC tip for pushing loose sands or backfilling within test pits
  • Uses a porous plastic filter set inside a perforated PVC body
  • Connects to the surface with 3/4" ID PVC riser pipe connected with slip couplings
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$18.00
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The Model 601 Standpipe Piezometer, is the least expensive of the piezometer line, and is designed to be placed within an open hole. The pointed PVC tip is suitable for pushing into very loose sands at the base of a borehole, or for backfilling in place within test pits.

The piezometer uses a porous plastic filter set inside a perforated PVC body. It connects to the surface with 3/4" ID PVC riser pipe connected with slip couplings. The piezometer tips come in a variety of lengths.
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Solinst Model 601 Standpipe Piezometers 102433 Model 601 PVC standpipe piezometer, 6"
$18.00
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Solinst Model 601 Standpipe Piezometers 100396 Model 601 PVC standpipe piezometer, 1 ft.
$22.00
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Solinst Model 601 Standpipe Piezometers 101557 Model 601 PVC standpipe piezometer, 2 ft.
$33.00
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Solinst Model 601 Standpipe Piezometers 100938 Model 601 PVC standpipe piezometer, 3 ft.
$43.00
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