CSA Approved & Intrinsically Safe

Posted: February 8, 2018
Category: Products Uncategorized
Tags: certification, csa, explosion, h.oil, intrinsically safe, monitoring, safety, sm.oil, testing

You may have noticed the CSA sticker on our H.OIL and sm.OIL Interface meters.  Have you ever wondered what that signified? CSA International, formerly the Canadian Standards Association, has developed standards which a product must meet or exceed to earn the CSA certification.  Many of these standards relate to safety, but they also cover other […]

Well Profiling

well profiling
Posted: January 25, 2018
Category: Uncategorized
Tags: conductivity meter, conductivity plus, contaminents, data logging tools, dipper-temp, measurement, temperature meter, well profiling

Profiling of groundwater wells is a method of collecting data on water quality and water production during a variety of investigations:  to characterize flow dynamics to determine high and low concentrations of contaminants to locate high and low production zones in pumping wells to assist in determining the correct location for pump and treat wells […]

How to change an H. 0il Oil/Water Interface Meter probe

Posted: January 16, 2018
Category: Products Uncategorized
Tags: csa, h.oil, interface, meter, oil, water, water level meter

In cases where an instrument needs to be serviced, often times you can save time and money by doing a field replacement. All you need is the parts and the know-how in order to be back on the job site. In this video, you will learn how to change a Heron Instruments H.0IL Oil/Water Interface […]

Canada C3 – Coast to Coast to Coast

Posted: December 11, 2017
Category: Uncategorized

On October 28th of this year, the Canadian Icebreaker, Polar Prince, successfully completed its 150 day voyage from Toronto, Ontario to Victoria, British Columbia.  The aim was to travel via the Northwest Passage, a distance of 23,000 kilometers, exploring Canada from coast to coast to coast in honour of 150 years of Confederation.  This epic […]


Posted: October 31, 2017
Category: Uncategorized
Tags: halloween, holiday, october

Halloween is one of the oldest holidays still being celebrated today.  The roots of Halloween or All Hallows Eve can be traced back over 2,000 years to the Druids, a Celtic culture found in the United Kingdom and Northern Europe prior to the Roman Empire.  Their festival of Samhain, a Celtic Fire festival celebrated October […]

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