SonTek Hydroboard II Floating Platforms

The dive-resistant, flexible body design allows the HydroBoard II to be used anywhere from low velocity irrigation canals to high-velocity mountain streams.

Features

  • Fits the RiverSurveyor S5/M9 and HydroSurveyor systems
  • Compatible with SonTek GPS and PCM solutions
  • Suitable for discharge measurements in water velocities up to 5 m/s (Max) and 2.5 m/s (Mini)
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SonTek Hydroboard II Floating PlatformsHB2-MINI Hydroboard II Mini for RiverSurveyor S5/M9 systems, 40" length
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SonTek Hydroboard II Floating Platforms HB2-MAX Hydroboard II Max for RiverSurveyor S5/M9 systems, 51" length
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SonTek Hydroboard II Floating Platforms
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Hydroboard II Mini for RiverSurveyor S5/M9 systems, 40" length
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SonTek Hydroboard II Floating Platforms
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Hydroboard II Max for RiverSurveyor S5/M9 systems, 51" length
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SonTek Hydroboard II Carrying Cases 24-0354 Hydroboard II Mini soft carrying case
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SonTek Hydroboard II Carrying Cases 24-0260 Hydroboard II Max soft carrying case
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Hydroboard II Mini soft carrying case
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SonTek Hydroboard II Carrying Cases
24-0260
Hydroboard II Max soft carrying case
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Face the challenge of high velocity discharge measurements with the confidence gained from using the SonTek HydroBoard II. The dive-resistant, flexible body design allows the HydroBoard II to be used anywhere from low velocity irrigation canals to high-velocity mountain streams.

Specifically designed with the full forces of nature in mind, the HydroBoard II uses a highly buoyant, closed-cell foam and secure mounting hardware for the RiverSurveyor and HydroSurveyor ADP systems, and bright fluorescent laminate for high visibility in larger bodies of water.

One of the greatest sources of error in an ADP discharge measurement is excessive and irregular speed. This sleek and sturdy design provides the user with the platform to achieve the controlled speed and tracking conducive to quality ADP discharge measurements.

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