Solinst Model 103 Wireline Tag Lines

The Solinst Model 103 Wireline Tag Line is a multi-purpose solution for pump deployments, measuring depth to the bottom of a well, or support line for down-well samplers and data loggers.

Features

  • Markings are laser etched every 1/4 foot or every 5 centimeters of the cable
  • Standard tag weight measures 1.5 lbs and is 3/4" x 12" (included)
  • Includes tape guide to protect the wireline from damage on rough edges
List Price $297.00
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Solinst Model 103 Wireline Tag Lines106132 Model 103 wireline tag line with 3/4" x 12" weight & English increments, 100'
$282.15
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Solinst 106299 Model 103 wireline tag line with 3/4" x 12" weight & metric increments, 30m
$282.15
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Solinst 106300 Model 103 wireline tag line with 3/4" x 12" weight & English increments, 200'
$377.15
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Solinst 106306 Model 103 wireline tag line with 3/4" x 12" weight & metric increments, 60m
$377.15
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Solinst 106142 Model 103 wireline tag line with 3/4" x 12" weight & English increments, 300'
$472.15
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Solinst 106172 Model 103 wireline tag line with 3/4" x 12" weight & metric increments, 100m
$472.15
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Solinst 106302 Model 103 wireline tag line with 3/4" x 12" weight & English increments, 500'
$662.15
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Solinst 106308 Model 103 wireline tag line with 3/4" x 12" weight & metric increments, 150m
$662.15
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Solinst 106304 Model 103 wireline tag line with 3/4" x 12" weight & English increments, 750'
$899.65
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Solinst 106310 Model 103 wireline tag line with 3/4" x 12" weight & metric increments, 250m
$899.65
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Solinst 106305 Model 103 wireline tag line with 3/4" x 12" weight & English increments, 1000'
$1,137.15
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Solinst 106311 Model 103 wireline tag line with 3/4" x 12" weight & metric increments, 300m
$1,137.15
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Solinst Model 103 Tag Weights 112709 Model 103 tag weight, 3/4" x 12"
$35.38
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Solinst Small Carry Case 102974 Small carry case
$63.32
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Solinst Medium Carry Case 100109 Medium carry case
$81.11
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The Solinst Tag Line uses a weight attached to a laser marked cable, and is principally designed for use during the installation of monitoring wells. The Tag Line also provides a simple method to measure the depth to the bottom of a well. It is also ideal as a multipurpose marked support cable. Markings are clearly and accurately laser etched every 1/4 foot or every 5 centimeters of the cable. The laser markings allow the cable to run smoothly over the Tape Guide.

The Model 103 Wireline Tag Line uses durable polyethylene coated 1/16" (1.6 mm) stranded stainless steel wireline with a minimum break strength of 270 lbs (122 kg). It comes in standard lengths of 100 ft. to 1000 ft. (30 m to 300 m). The cable is mounted on a sturdy free-standing reel with a carrying handle, weight holder and brake.

The standard stainless steel tag weight is 1.5 lbs (0.68 kg) and measures 3/4" x 1 ft. (19 mm x 30 cm). A narrow tag weight, 1/2" x 1 ft. (13 mm x 30 cm), weighing 0.65 lbs (0.30 kg), is also an option. Tag weights have tapered ends to minimize hang-ups during deployment and return to surface, and can be clipped on and off the cable. This allows the use of the reel-mounted marked cable for other uses, such as bailer, or pump, and packer deployment.

  • (1) Solinst Model 103 Tag line mounted on reel
  • (1) 3/4" x 1' tag weight
  • (1) Tape guide
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