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Heron dipper-Tough Water Level Meters

Heron dipper-Tough Water Level Meters

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The dipper-Tough is a rugged instrument used for measuring static and falling head levels in waste disposal and remediation sites and other harsh environments.

Features

  • Fully pressure/depth rated 5/8" probe
  • Hydrocarbon-resistant, Kynar jacketed steel core tape
  • Includes padded carry case with tape guide and hanger
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The dipper-Tough is a rugged, top quality instrument used for measuring static and falling head levels in waste disposal and remediation sites and other harsh environments. The drawDown feature on the dipper-Tough makes this unit ideal to use during pump and treat testing when contaminates are found in the groundwater. The hydrocarbon resistant Kynar jacketed, high tensile steel core tape is embedded directly into the probe body, allowing for longer life of the tape and probe.

  • Electronic Module (IP65) – mode selectable for static and drawDown levels, removable for easy cleaning and servicing
  • Probe (IP68) – fully pressure/depth rated 5/8”
  • Steel Tape – high tensile steel, jacketed with Kynar, high break strength, stretch resistant and lifelong legibility – markings in engineering scale (1/100’) or metric (mm)
  • Padded Carry Case – to protect your precision water level meter from the elements
  • Tape Guide and Hanger – to support the meter at the well head and to protect the tape from sharp edges on the well casing
  • Vinyl Holding Grip – molded to the frame, ergonomic easy grip
  • Winding Handle – custom made for easy rewinding with gloved hands
What's Included:
  • (1) dipper-Tough Water Level Meter
  • (1) Padded carry case
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Heron dipper-Tough Water Level Meters 1200 dipper-Tough water level meter with 5/8" probe & English increments, 50'
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Heron dipper-Tough Water Level Meters 1224 dipper-Tough water level meter with 5/8" probe & metric increments, 15m
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Heron dipper-Tough Water Level Meters 1225 dipper-Tough water level meter with 5/8" probe & metric increments, 30m
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