dipper-T Water Level Meter Rental

Water Level Meter

Features

  • 100 ft. ASME tape with rugged 5/8'" probe
  • Audible and visual signal
  • Includes padded nylon carry bag
Your Price $12.00
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dipper-T Water Level Meter RentalDT-100-D Rental of Heron dipper-T 100 ft. water level meter, priced per day
$12.00
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dipper-T Water Level Meter Rental DT-100-2D Rental of Heron dipper-T 100 ft. water level meter, priced per 2-day period
$19.00
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dipper-T Water Level Meter Rental DT-100-W Rental of Heron dipper-T 100 ft. water level meter, priced per week
$34.00
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dipper-T Water Level Meter Rental DT-100-2W Rental of Heron dipper-T 100 ft. water level meter, priced per 2-week period
$50.00
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dipper-T Water Level Meter Rental DT-100-M Rental of Heron dipper-T 100 ft. water level meter, priced per month
$72.00
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For measuring the depth of water in wells, boreholes, and standpipes, the dipper-T Water Level Meter is rugged, reliable, and easy to use.
  • (1) Water level meter with 100' tape and 5/8" probe
  • (1) Padded carry bag
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