Advantages of Water Level Meter Tapes Over Sonar

dipper-T tape
Posted: June 13, 2016
Category: Groundwater Water Level Monitoring
Tags: dipper-t, real time, reel, sonar, sonic, tapes, well

When it comes to monitoring your water levels, sonic technology may seem to be a good option, however, these pricey devices are not nearly as accurate as tapes! Sonic technology is limited due to several different factors. What Causes Sonic to be Inaccurate and Limited?: not all well casings are perfectly straight, and may result in a […]

dipper-T Water Level Meter ONE UNIT-FOUR FUNCTIONS

Heron dipper-T with probes
Posted: May 25, 2016
Category: Products Water Level Monitoring
Tags: borehole, dipper-t, drawdown, indicator, water level meter, well casing, well depth, well water

dipper-T The dipper-T water level meter is an extremely versatile ground water monitoring device which can easily be converted to measure what the user wants to know. The four functions of the dipper-T include: static mode, drawDown mode, well casing, and well depth.       In static mode, the water level indicator is used to measure […]

WaterTAP & Heron Instruments

Posted: May 6, 2016
Category: Heron News Water Level Monitoring
Tags: innovation, water, WaterTAP

                Today, WaterTAP (Technology Acceleration Project) was at Heron Instruments to take pictures of Heron staffers at work! Nick Spector, the photographer for WaterTAP visited to gather images from the water sector to showcase ‘water innovation in action.’ We at Heron are very proud to say that WaterTAP […]

Groundwater is Running Out in the UAE

Posted: July 22, 2015
Category: Groundwater Water Level Monitoring
Tags: change, groundwater, groundwater loss, UAE

An article written by Caline Malek in The National, the longest-standing English language news publication in the United Arab Emirates, paints a grim picture for the wealthy country. According to new research from the United Nationals Food and Agriculture Organization, supplies of groundwater could run out by 2030 as a result of overuse in agriculture. […]

Why do Water Level Monitors Have Barometric Compensation?

Stan French, Lakehaven Utility District in Washington
Posted: July 22, 2015
Category: Products Water Level Monitoring
Tags: barometric pressure, water levels

Changes in elevation and the onset of storms cause changes in barometric pressure. Stormy weather can produce pressure differences around 25mb (millibar) through a day, as different parts of the passing storm produce differing barometric pressure disruptions. One mb is equivalent to about one centimeter of water, this means a storm can cause almost 10 inches […]

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