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Solinst Model 122 Oil/Water Interface Meters

Solinst Model 122 Oil/Water Interface Meters

Description

Solinst Model 122 Oil/Water Interface Meter gives accurate measurements of product level and thickness in wells and tanks.

Features

  • Rugged free-standing reel with carrying handle designed for field use
  • Laser markings are certified traceable to national standards
  • 5/8" (16 mm) diameter P8 probe allows easy access through tight spaces and into narrow wells
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Solinst Oil/Water Interface Meters give clear and accurate measurements of product level and thickness in wells and tanks. Determination of both light (floating) non-aqueous phase liquids (LNAPL) and dense (sinking) non-aqueous phase liquids (DNAPL) is quick and easy. The factory-sealed probe is pressure proof (up to 500 psi) and tapes are available in a range of lengths from 100 to 1000 ft (30 to 300m). The 5/8" (16mm) diameter probe allows easy access through tight spaces and into narrow wells. The probe is designed for use in various monitoring applications.

What's Included:
  • (1) Solinst Model 122 Oil/Water Interface meter
  • (1) Carrying bag
  • (1) Grounding clip
  • (1) Tape guide/datum
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Solinst Model 122 Oil/Water Interface Meters 110650 Model 122 interface meter with P8 probe & English increments, 100'
$881.60
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Solinst Model 122 Oil/Water Interface Meters 110932 Model 122 interface meter with P8 probe & metric increments, 30m
$881.60
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Solinst Model 122 Oil/Water Interface Meters 110651 Model 122 interface meter with P8 probe & English increments, 200'
$1052.60
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Solinst Model 122 Oil/Water Interface Meters 110642 Model 122 interface meter with P8 probe & metric increments, 60m
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Solinst Model 122 Oil/Water Interface Meters 110657 Model 122 interface meter with P8 probe & English increments, 300'
$1223.60
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Solinst Model 122 Oil/Water Interface Meters 110643 Model 122 interface meter with P8 probe & metric increments, 100m
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Solinst Model 122 Oil/Water Interface Meters 110658 Model 122 interface meter with P8 probe & English increments, 500'
$1475.35
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Solinst Model 122 Oil/Water Interface Meters 110644 Model 122 interface meter with P8 probe & metric increments, 150m
$1475.35
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Solinst Model 122 Oil/Water Interface Meters 110666 Model 122 interface meter with P8 probe & English increments, 750'
$1902.85
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Solinst Model 122 Oil/Water Interface Meters 110645 Model 122 interface meter with P8 probe & metric increments, 250m
$1902.85
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Solinst Model 122 Oil/Water Interface Meters 110667 Model 122 interface meter with P8 probe & English increments, 1000'
$2330.35
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Solinst Model 122 Oil/Water Interface Meters 110649 Model 122 interface meter with P8 probe & metric increments, 300m
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Questions & Answers

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Can I use the model 122 meter in hazardous locations?
Yes. The Model 122 Oil/Water Interface Meters are certified intrinsically safe and have been approved for us in explosive environments. They are suitable for use in hazardous locations Class I, Div I, Groups C&D based on standards of the Canadian Standards Association (CSA).
How accurate is my meter?
The Model 122 Interface Meter has a sensor accuracy of 1/200 ft or 1.0mm.
Does this interface meter come with a carrying case?
Yes, the Solinst Model 122 Oil/Water Interface Mter comes with the meter, carrying case, grounding clip and tape guide.
Does this interface meter come with a carrying case?
Yes, the Solinst Model 122 Oil/Water Interface Mter comes with the meter, carrying case, grounding clip and tape guide.

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