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  • Introducing The New LeveLine-CTD; Water Level, Temperature, Conductivity and Salinity Logger.

Introducing The New LeveLine-CTD; Water Level, Temperature, Conductivity and Salinity Logger.

Mar 16 2018 Read 558 Times

The brand new LeveLine-CTD from Aquaread expands their range of highly accurate water level loggers to now include an all in one level, temperature, conductivity and salinity level logger.

The LeveLine-CTD is an ideal choice to measure level and conductivity levels in salt water intrusion and soil salination monitoring, contaminant plume remediation monitoring and studies, leachate monitoring at landfills, mine, waste disposal storage sites, agricultural and storm water runoff monitoring and tracer tests

The leveLine-CTD is manufactured from titanium and is perfectly suited for long term deployment in the harshest of environments. It boasts leading accuracy, a huge 500,000 data point memory and direct SDI12/RS485 output. Absolute or gauge variants are available to cover all the usual applications from groundwater to surface water.

Easily add these sensors to a telemetric monitoring network via the standard SDI12/RS485 comms and combine them with Aquaread’s multiparameter Aquaprobes for a complete overview of both the water's level and quality.

In the UK, A F Howland Associates have been using the LeveLine loggers for a number of years. Daniel Myhill, a Geotechnical Engineer from A F Howland Associates says, ‘At A F Howland Associates Limited, we utilise Aquaread’s LeveLines alongside LeveLine-Baros to provide absolute water levels.

We mainly use them to provide information on the infiltration characteristics of the ground, in order to provide high quality data and efficient testing, providing our clients’ with cost-effective results. By installing LeveLines, we’re able to undertake more tests concurrently as well as allow tests to run beyond normal working hours to capture information otherwise unobtainable.

To enable us to present the results in our in-house developed and commercially available software, GEODASY, we use the LeveLink software to process the results, turning pressure into depth. We are then able to calculate soil infiltration rates using the information gathered through our site investigation. In processing the data, we find the LeveLink software very easy to use, with helpful prompts and a very intuitive layout. The LeveLink software’s ease-of-use was a strong factor in choosing Aquaread’s dataloggers.

As one of Aquaread’s largest UK customers, we have always found their customer service friendly and their technical support ‘second-to-none’. They provide support well beyond the initial purchase and are able to respond to queries and undertake re-calibrations in a timely manner in order to minimise downtime. Our relationship with Aquaread continues to grow because we believe their dataloggers are able to provide a cost-effective solution.

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