water level meter Articles

  • World`s Most Advanced and Easiest to Use Sonic Water Level Meters

    A common theme among drillers and environmental monitoring companies is the need to repeatedly measure water levels and until recently that meant constantly lowering and raising heavy measurement tapes. If you were lucky they wouldn't get stuck or break off leading to spoiled test results and expensive repairs. Eno Scientific has solved this problem by manufacturing the ...


    By Eno Scientific

  • Measuring Static Water Levels Made Easier with Eno Scientific

    The Well Sounder 2010 PRO is a sonic water level meter, designed and manufactured by Eno Scientific, to measure static water level in wells, piezometers or boreholes. This portable handheld unit uses sound waves to measure the distance from the top of the well to the water level. This eliminates the need to lower anything into the well. Unlike standard water level tapes these acoustic meters are ...


    By Eno Scientific

  • TLC meter “how-to” video: two-point user calibration

    A Solinst TLC Meter measures water level, temperature, and conductivity. To ensure accuracy of readings, the user can easily calibrate the Meter for conductivity, as required. User calibration allows for adjustment of a TLC Meter if the probe has been altered slightly due to mechanical, biological or chemical affects. If a TLC Meter is tested in standard calibration solution, and the readings are ...


    By Solinst Canada Ltd.

  • Aligning theory and measurement in behavioral models of water conservation

    Discussion in the water literature has called for research on the role of behavioral intentions in explanations of both water demand and water conservation. But previous research has suggested that individual-level motivations are not good predictors of metered household water consumption. Two possible reasons for the lack of association between intentions and actual water conservation are that: ...


    By IWA Publishing

  • Cost recovery in urban water services : select experiences in Indian cities

    The report draws on a Water and Sanitation Program (WSP) study from 2008 which made a comparative analysis of 23 Urban Local Bodies (ULBs)-looking at seven cities in detail and another 16 based on secondary data-to understand the factors affecting cost recovery in India and provide an indication of current performance. It also draws out examples and lessons to inform reform approaches and ...


    By IWA Publishing

  • MonoScan and the indian monsoon case study

    MONOSCAN and the Indian Monsoon SolidAT MONOSCAN is the basis for a remote monitoring and alert solution against flood conditions in India. The challenges During the Monsoon season, agricultural lands are flooded near by the city of Aurangabad, State of Maharashtra in India. The local Government required an alert solution to remotely ...

  • PT150 hits the Riga Airport case study

    Riga International Airport is the largest airport in the Baltic States. RIX Airport acts as a hub for AirBaltic and is part of the network of a number of the largest airlines in the world. To ensure that the airport maintains it function of international access point for the Baltic states, the national Ministry of Transport has entered into an agreement to implement a development project with the ...


    By BBA Pumps

  • Oil flow rate monitoring in Carpet ovens - Case study

    A manufacturer of flooring systems is using the IC-LPM inline paddlewheel meter to monitor the flow of oil through chilled textile rollers in it carpet substrate ovens. Forbo is an internationally recognised manufacturer of vinyl, linoleum and carpet floor coverings. More Information In its carpet substrate ovens, Forbo uses chilled textile rollers, cooled by oil flow, to prevent the ...


    By iCenta Controls Ltd

  • The Expected Impact of the Peace Conduit Project (The Red Sea – Dead Sea Pipeline) on the Dead Sea

    The Dead Sea of Israel, Jordan and Syria is a severely disturbed ecosystem, greatly damaged by anthropogenic intervention in its water balance. During the 20 th century, the Dead Sea level dropped by more than 25 meters, and presently (2003) it is at about 416 meters below mean sea level. This negative water balance is mainly due to the diversion of water from the catchment area of the lake by ...


    By Springer

  • Project profile - Calvert Cliffs nuclear power plant Lusby, Maryland arsenic treatment system

    Background AdEdge Technologies Inc. (AdEdge) was selected by Constellation Generation Group LLC to design two full-scale arsenic treatment systems using Granular Ferric Oxide (GFO) adsorption technology. The two systems were installed in the Protected Area (PA) and the Owner Controlled Area (OCA); these are two distinct areas within the nuclear power plant site. In addition to ...

  • BA150 dewatering pumps at Panama Canal case study

    The Panama Canal is a 77.1-kilometre (48 mi) canal that connects the Atlantic Ocean (via the Caribbean Sea) to the Pacific Ocean. The canal cuts across the Isthmus of Panama and is a key conduit for international maritime trade. The size of the lock chambers at either end of the canal, the depth of the water in the canal and the height of the “Bridge of the Americas” actually ...


    By BBA Pumps

  • Monitoring groundwater resources for Municipalities - Case Study

    Background The City of Tucson is located in the Sonoran Desert in southwest United States (U.S.), approximately 100 km north of the Mexico-U.S. border. Tucson Water operates more than 215 groundwater wells, covering more than 300 square miles, providing more than 37 billion gallons (140 million m3) of potable water to its 730,000 inhabitants each year. The region receives only 12 inches of ...

  • Use of Eight Well Purging and Sampling Record

    This article describes a groundwater well purging and sampling form that can be downloaded at our website. A click on the articles button will take you to a list of Monitoring Tips and Procedures articles, one of which is the sampling form. The form can be used to record  indicator parameters pH, conductivity, temperature, etc., taken during ...


    By RotaPump, Inc

  • Project profile - Orchard Highlands USEPA arsenic treatment demonstration Goffstown, New Hampshire

    Background In 2004 AdEdge Technologies Inc. (AdEdge) was selected to implement six fullscale arsenic treatment demonstration projects as part of the USEPA Office of Research and Development arsenic research program (Round 2). These six sites were in addition to three USEPA Round 1 demonstration sites awarded to AdEdge in 2003. The purpose of the research effort is to provide information ...

  • Project profile - technical vocational institute Albuquerque, New Mexico arsenic treatment system

    Background Technical Vocational Institute Community College (TVI) is located in Albuquerque, New Mexico and services approximately 400 students. In 2005, AdEdge Technologies Inc. (AdEdge) was selected to assist in the design of a full-scale arsenic treatment project for the small community system. Detected arsenic concentrations were approximately 26 parts per billion (ppb). The pH ...

  • Project profile - Westview Elementary and High Schools Topeka, Indiana arsenic treatment systems

    Background In early 2006, AdEdge Technologies Inc. (AdEdge) teamed up with Hawkins Water Tech to design and implement two full-scale arsenic treatment projects for Westview Elementary School and Westview High School located in Topeka, Indiana. Arsenic concentrations in the school wells range between 21 and 23 ppb, which exceeded the new Federal EPA standard of 10 ppb. Design plans were ...

  • Project profile - Lummi Island, Washington arsenic, iron, sulfide treatment system

    Background In mid 2004, AdEdge Technologies Inc. (AdEdge) was selected by Miller Water Association and Anvil Corporation to assist in the design of a fullscale arsenic treatment project for this small community. Arsenic levels are alarmingly high at 0.18 mg/l, 18 times higher than the new Federal standard of 0.010 mg/l. In addition to arsenic, many of the homeowners using the water ...

  • New study assesses the global volume and distribution of “modern” groundwater

    Groundwater has long been an important resource for spraying, drinking water, energy production and more, but getting a clear picture of how much is available and being recharged over time has been a challenge. Now an international group of hydrologists led by Tom Gleeson, engineering professor at the ...


    By Ensia

  • Low Flow Groundwater Sampling Using RotaPump Inertial Lift Pump

    This article tells you how to perform low flow groundwater sampling using a portable, surface-mounted pump with no decontamination required before each use and  no chance of cross contamination between wells. An inertial lift pump moves a dedicated (stored in the well) pumping tube rapidly up and down.  A one-way valve on the bottom admits water on the down stroke and ...


    By RotaPump, Inc

  • Time for Plan B: Cutting carbon emissions 80% by 2020

    When political leaders look at the need to cut carbon dioxide emissions to curb global warming, they ask the question: How much of a cut is politically feasible? At the Earth Policy Institute we ask a different question: How much of a cut is necessary to avoid the most dangerous effects of climate change? By burning fossil fuels and destroying forests, we are releasing greenhouse gases, ...


    By Earth Policy Institute

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