Solinst Model 122 Oil/Water Interface Meters

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
  • Certified intrinsically safe for use in explosive environments
  • 5/8" (16 mm) diameter P8 probe allows easy access through tight spaces and into narrow wells
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Solinst Model 122 Oil/Water Interface Meters

Overview
The Solinst Model 122 determines both light (floating) non-aqueous phase liquids (LNAPL) and dense (sinking) non-aqueous phase liquids (DNAPL). 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.

Hazarous Location Use
The Solinst Model 122 is approved for use in explosive environments. The grounding strap is a safety essential when the meter is used in potentially explosive environments. It also ensures that the electronics are properly protected.

Accurate and Robust

  • Designed for rugged field use
  • Stable electronics with automatic circuitry testing
  • Laser-marked PVDF flat tape is easy to decontaminate and resists stains
  • Tape uses stranded stainless steel and copper coated steel conductors
  • High in tensile strength
  • Electrical efficiency
  • Non-stretch
  • Does not corrode
  • Sturdy free-standing reel with carrying handle
  • (1) Model 122 Oil/Water Interface meter
  • (1) Grounding clip
  • (1) Tape guide/datum
Questions & Answers
Is the tape on the Solinst 122 interface meter marked in inches?
No, the Solinst Model 122 Oil/Water interface meter’s laser marked flat tape is marked in tenths of a foot and feet. See the datasheet for more detailed information: https://www.fondriest.com/pdf/solinst_122_spec.pdf  
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