Solinst interface meters provide accurate and easy-to-read measurements of both light and dense non-aqueous phase liquids (LNAPL and DNAPL) in wells and tanks. Designed for use by environmental professionals in the field, Solinst interface meters are stable and reliable when deployed correctly. Their high-quality design includes a factory-sealed probe that detects liquids and conductivity using infrared refraction. Certified as intrinsically safe, Solinst Interface Meters have a grounding strap that allows for use in explosive environments and other hazardous locations.
Environmental Equipment & Supply offers both iterations of Solinst's interface meter:
122 Interface Meter
The Completely New 122 is Solinst's standard-sized interface meter, now available with a laser marked PVDF tape. The meter features the standard 5/8"-diameter P8 probe.
New Laser Marked 122M Mini Interface Meter
The New Laser marked 122M Mini interface meter comes with tough PVDF cable that is easy to clean.
Both the 122 and 122M share the following features durability and for ease of use:
Solinst interface meters produce two distinct warnings when deployed into a well or tank:
To use a Solinst interface meter, deploy the probe into the well or tank. When the sensor first comes in contact with water, a steady light and tone will indicate a layer of floating (LNAPL) product on the surface. The probe can then be slowly submerged to the bottom to test for sinking (DNAPL) product mixed in with the water itself.
To determine the thickness of a LNAPL or DNAPL layer, simply subtract the reading taken when the steady tone began from the reading taken when it reverted to an intermittent (water-only) tone.
For ordering and pricing information about Solinst interface meters, contact Environmental Equipment & Supply today. We are an authorized nationwide Solinst dealer that has been providing precision equipment to environmental professionals for over 25 years. Our team is available anytime between 7am and 6pm, Monday to Friday, to answer all your questions.