Heron dipper-Temp Temperature Meters

The dipper-Temp temperature meter is ideal for profiling temperature and static water levels in wells, boreholes, standpipes, lakes and rivers.

Features

  • IP65 electronic module displays temperature in degrees Celsius
  • IP68 probe is fully depth rated and field-replaceable
  • Includes padded carry case with tape guide and hanger
List Price $1,221.00
Starting At $1,159.95
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Heron dipper-Temp Temperature Meters

The dipper-Temp temperature meter is ideal for profiling temperature and static water levels in wells, boreholes, standpipes, lakes and rivers. Temperature can alter the physical and chemical properties of water and should be accounted for when determining an increased level in biological activity and water chemistry. Groundwater temperature surveys have also taken on a new significance as geothermal energy becomes more important for domestic heating and cooling. The premium padded carry case comes included to protect your precision instrument from the elements.

The heat resistant Kynar jacketed measuring tape on the dipper-Temp-110 allows for temperature profiling up to 110˚C and is able to withstand hydrocarbons, solvents and other harsh contaminants. The markings are under the jacketing for long term readability.

  • Premium Stainless Steel Kynar Coated Tape
  • 5/8” (16mm) Temperature Probe (IP68) w/ holder
  • Electronic Panel with audio and visual signals (Fully Encapsulated to IP65)
  • High Contrast LCD Display
  • Vinyl, ergonomic holding grip
  • 9V Battery (w/ battery test button)
  • Audio On/Off Control
  • Backpack Carrying Case w/ adjustable straps, laptop & notepad pouches
Questions & Answers
Does the backpack come with the purchase of the meter?

Yes, the backpack is included with the purchase of all Heron water level meters, oil/water interface meters, temp/conductivity meters, and tag lines. Please refer to the Contents tab for a full list of what's included.

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Heron dipper-Temp Temperature Meters
1800-100FT
dipper-Temp temperature meter with imperial increments, 100'
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1800-30M
dipper-Temp temperature meter with metric increments, 30m
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1800-150FT
dipper-Temp temperature meter with imperial increments, 150'
$1,254.00
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1800-45M
dipper-Temp temperature meter with metric increments, 45m
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1800-200FT
dipper-Temp temperature meter with imperial increments, 200'
$1,349.00
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1800-60M
dipper-Temp temperature meter with metric increments, 60m
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1800-300FT
dipper-Temp temperature meter with imperial increments, 300'
$1,539.95
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1800-100M
dipper-Temp temperature meter with metric increments, 100m
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1800-500FT
dipper-Temp temperature meter with imperial increments, 500'
$1,939.90
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1800-150M
dipper-Temp temperature meter with metric increments, 150m
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1800-750FT
dipper-Temp temperature meter with imperial increments, 750'
$2,319.90
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1800-200M
dipper-Temp temperature meter with metric increments, 200m
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1800-1000FT
dipper-Temp temperature meter with imperial increments, 1000'
$2,637.20
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dipper-Temp temperature meter with metric increments, 300m
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