Heron H.OIL Oil/Water Interface Meters

The Heron H.OIL is a portable oil/water interface meter that measures the thickness of DNAPL and LNAPL layers as thin as 1 mm.

Features

  • 5/8" field-replaceable stainless steel probe
  • High strength polycarbonate reel with corrosion-resistant stainless steel fittings
  • Water and dust proof encapsulated electronics
List Price $996.00
Starting At $946.20
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Heron H.OIL Oil/Water Interface Meters

Overview
The Heron H.OIL interface meter is a precision instrument used by professionals involved with the monitoring and remediation of groundwater contaminated with oil products. The meter will accurately measure the thickness of LNAPL layers floating on the water table as thin as 1mm. It will also detect and measure sinking layers of DNAPL.

Lightweight and Durable
With its slim 5/8" probe, the H.OIL is ideal for wells, piezometers and direct push equipment as narrow as 3/4". Certified intrinsically safe, the meter is suitable for use in storage tanks and areas where explosive gases may be present. The stainless steel probe and a Kynar jacketed, NTS-certified tape will withstand attacks by hydrocarbons, solvents and other contaminants. The meter is backed by a 10-year limited warranty, and the replaceable probe comes with a 1-year warranty.

  • Premium Stainless Steel Kynar Coated Tape
  • CSA Intrinsically Safe Certification w/ Class I, Groups A,B,C and D in zones 0 & 1
  • 3/4” (19.2mm) Interface Probe (IP68)
  • Electronic Panel with audio and visual signals (Fully Encapsulated to IP65)
  • Grounding Lead
  • Vinyl, ergonomic holding grip
  • 9V Battery
  • Backpack Carrying Case w/ adjustable straps, laptop & notepad pouches
Questions & Answers
Will this probe give false readings in cold weather?

In cold weather, condensation may form on the lens as it enters the well and contacts the warmer moist air in the well. This causes the unit to falsely sound as product. To overcome this, allow the probe to acclimatize in the well or lower the probe into the water, then take readings.

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 H.OIL Oil/Water Interface Meters
1600-50FT
H.Oil oil/water interface meter with imperial increments, 50'
$946.20
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Heron H.OIL Oil/Water Interface Meters
1600-15M
H.Oil oil/water interface meter with metric increments, 15m
$946.20
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Heron H.OIL Oil/Water Interface Meters
1600-60FT
H.Oil oil/water interface meter with imperial increments, 60'
$963.30
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Heron H.OIL Oil/Water Interface Meters
1600-20M
H.Oil oil/water interface meter with metric increments, 20m
$963.30
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Heron H.OIL Oil/Water Interface Meters
1600-100FT
H.Oil oil/water interface meter with imperial increments, 100'
$989.90
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Heron H.OIL Oil/Water Interface Meters
1600-30M
H.Oil oil/water interface meter with metric increments, 30m
$989.90
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Heron H.OIL Oil/Water Interface Meters
1600-150FT
H.Oil oil/water interface meter with imperial increments, 150'
$1,084.90
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Heron H.OIL Oil/Water Interface Meters
1600-45M
H.Oil oil/water interface meter with metric increments, 45m
$1,084.90
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Heron H.OIL Oil/Water Interface Meters
1600-200FT
H.Oil oil/water interface meter with imperial increments, 200'
$1,181.80
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Heron H.OIL Oil/Water Interface Meters
1600-60M
H.Oil oil/water interface meter with metric increments, 60m
$1,181.80
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Heron H.OIL Oil/Water Interface Meters
1600-300FT
H.Oil oil/water interface meter with imperial increments, 300'
$1,372.75
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Heron H.OIL Oil/Water Interface Meters
1600-100M
H.Oil oil/water interface meter with metric increments, 100m
$1,372.75
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Heron H.OIL Oil/Water Interface Meters
1600-500FT
H.Oil oil/water interface meter with imperial increments, 500'
$1,673.90
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Heron H.OIL Oil/Water Interface Meters
1600-150M
H.Oil oil/water interface meter with metric increments, 150m
$1,673.90
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Heron H.OIL Oil/Water Interface Meters
1600-750FT
H.Oil oil/water interface meter with imperial increments, 750'
$1,988.35
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Heron H.OIL Oil/Water Interface Meters
1600-200M
H.Oil oil/water interface meter with metric increments, 200m
$1,988.35
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Heron H.OIL Oil/Water Interface Meters
1600-1000FT
H.Oil oil/water interface meter with imperial increments, 1000'
$2,567.85
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Heron H.OIL Oil/Water Interface Meters
1600-300M
H.Oil oil/water interface meter with metric increments, 300m
$2,567.85
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