Solinst Well-Mount Field Table

The Well-Mount Field Table connects to the top of a standard groundwater monitoring well, so the equipment you are using is right where you need it.


  • Connects to standard groundwater monitoring wells
  • Quick and easy to deploy for an extra “hand” in the field
  • Comes in a convenient carry bag that can hold other field gear
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The Well-mount Field Table connects to the top of a standard groundwater monitoring well, so the equipment you are using is right where you need it – it’s like an extra “hand” in the field. The Well-mount Field Table uses a folding bracket that hooks onto the top of the well casing, or enclosure, and is then supported by the side of the well. It is secured in place by tightening the two adjustable straps around the well or enclosure. It is ideal for standard groundwater monitoring wells 2" diameter and larger.

The tabletop is 20.3 cm x 30.5 cm (8" x 12") in size, which is ideal for supporting manual water level measuring instruments such as Water Level Meters, Interface Meters, TLC Meters or other Solinst devices. It also provides a convenient surface to write down measurements in your field book. The Well-mount Field Table can support for your laptop when viewing real-time readings or programming your Levelogger water level dataloggers. You can also rest your smart device on the field table while using the Solinst Levelogger 5 App Interface.

The high density polyethylene tabletop and stainless steel support bracket are rugged and constructed for field use. The adjustable straps are made from tough nylon and will hold up with repeated use. The Well-mount Field Table is lightweight (1.3 kg (2.9 lbs)) and comes in a custom Solinst Field Accessories Bag that is padded and has extra compartments to store other field gear. When folded and in the bag, the Field Table measures less than 45.7 cm x 30.5 cm x 7.6 cm (18" x 12" x 3").

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