groundwater monitoring wells Equipment in Belgium

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Micro-Diver - Compact Datalogger for Groundwater Monitoring

by Schlumberger Water Services     based in Kitchener, ONTARIO (CANADA)

Easy installation in small diameter wells. Ideal for pump and slug tests.

Instruments for Analysis in the Field: Multiparameter meter

by Eijkelkamp Agrisearch Equipment     based in Giesbeek, NETHERLANDS

An extremely handy and field proof multiprobe meter that comes with a rugged probe that can be used either in a special flow through cell or lowered from a well protected cable. The meter does not mind getting wet or dirty as the keypad is smooth. Operation is simple: a few seconds after pushing the ‘ON’ key the meter will show all measured ...

Bailer Samplers, stainless steel

by Eijkelkamp Agrisearch Equipment     based in Giesbeek, NETHERLANDS

The stainless steel and the teflon bailer samplers have been developed to sample still water at any required depth. 12.04 Bailer sampler, stainless steel. This bailer sampler consists of a stainless steel tube with a 33 mm diameter and contents of 250 ml, open at the top-end and fitted with and unscrewable cap at the bottom. A ball check is fitted ...

Mini-Diver - Cost-effective Long-term Groundwater Monitoring

by Schlumberger Water Services     based in Kitchener, ONTARIO (CANADA)

Easy installation in almost any well. Ideal for long-term monitoring of water levels and temperature.

CTD-Diver

by Jakab és Társai Ltd.     based in Gödöllő, HUNGARY

Frequent monitoring of soil and groundwater quality is traditionally a labour-intensive job. This is also the case if saltwater intrusion or pollution at remediation sites needs to be monitored.The new CTD-Diver now sets the standard for reliability and longevity in groundwater quality monitoring. The CTD-Diver is a fully stand-alone datalogger ...

Diver-NETZ - Wireless Groundwater Monitoring System

by Schlumberger Water Services     based in Kitchener, ONTARIO (CANADA)

From wireless field data collection and recording, to project execution in the office, Diver-NETZ is a complete network of first-class technologies that integrates superior field instrumentation with the industry's latest wireless communication and data management capabilities. All Diver-NETZ components are designed to streamline project ...

Groundwater Monitoring Pipes: Direct-well

by Eijkelkamp Agrisearch Equipment     based in Giesbeek, NETHERLANDS

The Direct-well is a miniature monitoring system. Bentonite collars are slipped over the tubing, which causes the room between the tubing and the impermeable layer to be sealed. Due to its materials, the Direct-well system is suited for researching groundwater on all micro and macro parameters.

Westbay - Multilevel Monitoring System

by Schlumberger Water Services     based in Kitchener, ONTARIO (CANADA)

The Westbay System is multilevel monitoring technology that allows testing of hydraulic conductivity, monitoring of fluid pressure and collection of fluid samples from multiple zones within a single borehole.

Westbay - Well Completion System

by Schlumberger Water Services     based in Kitchener, ONTARIO (CANADA)

The Westbay System is multilevel groundwater monitoring technology that allows sealing of multiple monitoring zones in one borehole for testing and monitoring purposes.

Willowstick for Mapping Groundwater Preferential Pathways

by Willowstick Technologies LLC     based in Draper, UTAH (USA)

The Willowstick Technology is a quick and nonintrusive way to identify, map and model preferential groundwater flow paths. Like an Angiogram that enables medical personnel to “see” flow paths of blood inside the human body, the Willowstick method is able to quickly render either 2D or 3D maps and models of groundwater flow paths. ...

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