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Solinst Wireline Suspension Cable Assemblies

Solinst Wireline Suspension Cable Assemblies

Description

The use of Solinst wireline suspension cable assemblies provides an inexpensive method of deployment for Leveloggers.

Features

  • Inexpensive method of deployment
  • Can be easily locked when used with well caps
  • Well caps available in 2" and 4" sizes
Your Price
$21.00
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Details

Leveloggers may also be suspended in the water on Solinst wireline suspension cable assemblies. This is a very inexpensive method of deployment, and if in a well, allows the Levelogger to be easily locked, out of sight and inaccessible to anyone without a special key.
What's Included:
  • (1) Wireline suspension cable assembly on spool
  • (2) Wireline hooks
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Solinst Wireline Suspension Cable Assemblies 102401 Wireline suspension cable assembly, 50'
$21.00
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Solinst Wireline Suspension Cable Assemblies 102402 Wireline suspension cable assembly, 100'
$32.00
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Solinst Wireline Suspension Cable Assemblies 102403 Wireline suspension cable assembly, 200'
$54.00
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Solinst Wireline Suspension Cable Assemblies 102404 Wireline suspension cable assembly, 300'
$76.00
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Solinst Wireline Suspension Cable Assemblies 102405 Wireline suspension cable assembly, 500'
$120.00
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