2002-R

Used Heron Water Level Measuring Tape

Used Heron Water Level Measuring Tape

Description

The economical Water Tape water level indicator is used for measuring the depth of water in wells, boreholes and standpipes.

Features

  • High quality polyethylene reinforced with Kevlar fibers
  • Submersible pressure/depth rated probe included
  • Tape guide and third hand well casing hanger included
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The economical Water Tape water level indicator is used for measuring the depth of water in wells, boreholes and standpipes. The Water Tape will signal water with a bright LED light and solid tone buzzer allowing the user to make water level measurements accurate to 1/100th ft or to each millimeter. The Water Tape signals when contact is made with water, the water shorts the probe tip and body to complete a circuit. There is no on/off switch. The switch is the water.

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Used Heron Water Level Measuring Tape 2002-R Used water tape water level meter with 5/8" probe & English increments, 200'
$405.30
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