Eno Scientific WS 2100 Flow Meter Kit

The WS 2100 Flow Meter Kit includes all the necessary instrumentation to perform a complete well drawn down test.


  • Well Sounder's proprietary self-calibration routine makes the process simple
  • Records static water level and pumped volume at intervals between 1 second and 60 minutes
  • WS 131 Flow Meter comes with a variety of housing sizes
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Eno Scientific WS 2100 Flow Meter Kit

By combining the WS 131 Flow Meter and the Well Sounder 2010 PRO, the WS 2100 Flow Meter Kit includes all of the instrumentation needed to perform a complete well draw down test. The WS 131 comes with a variety of housing sizes each made to attach on a PVC pipe. Simply plug the WS 131 into the Well Sounder 2010 PRO and it is ready to go. Custom cables eliminate the hassles of multiconductor flow meters and supplying external power by easily connecting the WS 131 flow meter to the Well Sounder 2010 PRO. The Well Sounder's proprietary self-calibration routine makes the process quick and accurate.


With its built-in data logger, the Well Sounder records static water level and the pumped volume at a user-selectable interval between 1 second and 60 minutes for the duration of the test. Once the test in complete, the Well Sounder connects to a computer via USB. The data file can be imported into Excel and graphed or printed and attached to a report. The equipment is easily stored and transported in a hard-sided carrying case.

  • (1) Well Sounder 2010 PRO
  • (1) WS131 Flow Meter
  • (1) Accessory splitter
  • (1) USB cable
  • (3) Flow meter housings, 1", 1.5", and 2"
  • (3) Plugs with retaining nuts
  • (1) User manuals, quickstart guide, and groundwater temperature map
  • (1) Heavy duty carrying case
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