Selecting the Right Groundwater Sampler

Selecting the Right Groundwater Sampler

There is much to think about before selecting a groundwater sampler for your project. Here are just a few things you probably need to consider; what you are sampling for: general chemistry, volatiles, metals, etc.; type of sample you need: low/high volume, purging or grab; ease of sampler operation, repairs in field, decontamination; your budget.


AquaVent Vented Cable Design, Proper Use
& Maintenance

Vented pressure transducers provide true water level measurements without the need for barometric compensation. They function with the aid of a vent tube that terminates behind the transducer diaphragm, providing an automatic cancellation effect for barometric pressure.


Can Multilevel Groundwater Monitoring Really be Inexpensive and Simple?

The answer is yes – especially if you use a Solinst CMT Multilevel System. In our most recent blog post we discuss exactly what CMT is, why it is lower in cost than most other Multilevel Systems, how quickly it can be installed, and how easy it is to customize to suit each unique groundwater or soil gas sampling application.


Why is the Discrete Interval Sampler a Great Choice?

The Discrete Interval Sampler (DIS) is an excellent choice for representative groundwater sampling. In our latest blog post, we will explain why! The DIS is a no-purge sampler. We explain the principles behind no-purge sampling, as well as the benefits.


Solinst High Quality Groundwater Monitoring Instruments

Uses: Groundwater Monitoring Instruments are designed to obtain surface or ground water samples, continuous or manual water level measurements and recordings of concentrations of various water parameters. The data collected can be used to estimate hydraulic conductivity and other aquifer conditions; to monitor potable water recharge areas; and to monitor tailings ponds, dewatering activities and water supply levels of mines.

Solinst equipment is used to monitor groundwater for general site investigations and for contaminant plume monitoring on: spill sites, remediation sites, chemical storage facilities, landfill sites and hazardous waste storage sites.