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Monitoring Well Applications — waterra's got it covered


Waterra has been providing customers with Simple Solutions for Groundwater Monitoring since 1985.
Our product line has grown considerably to include pumps, filters, water level and hydrocarbon detection equipment, water quality testing equipment, bailers and other accessories.

Waterra products are designed with the goal of making your life easier in the field.

LeveLine Water Level Testing LeveLine Logger GPS LeveLine Meter Quick Deploy Key LeveLine EcoLogger

LeveLine® LoggerGPS LeveLine MeterQuick Deploy KeyLeveLine-ECO

The LeveLine® is Waterra's new water level & temperature logger by Aquaread. The LeveLine® provides highly accurate water level monitoring and can document baseline and changing water levels over time.

LeveLine® Logger

Bailing
with Disposable Bailers

In some situations sampling pumps may not be suitable for purging or sampling some wells. These situations could arise as a result of budget limitations, site logistics or even monitoring well characteristics....more

Capping Wells
with
Well Caps

Monitoring wells should always be capped in order to prevent foreign material from contaminating the well. Often the simplest method used to cap monitoring wells is to place a blind end cap over the open end of the well...more

Collapsed Wells
with
the Inertial Pump

Piezometers or wells that have lost their original diameter as a result of collapse or obstruction by other equipment can continue to be sampled with the Waterra Inertial Pump. ...more

Conventional Sampling
with Pumps & Bailers

Waterra currently offers three devices that can be used to collect samples of groundwater: the Waterra Inertial Pump, Waterra Disposable Bailers and the Waterra 12 Volt Submersible Pump. These products offer different features that cover most sampling needs in a broad range of sampling environments....more

Drivepoint Sampling
with the Inertial Pump

In the last few years, the popularity of establishing piezometers using drive point technology has increased substantially. The concept is to drive a hard point into the ground to establish a shallow piezometer. ....more

Hydrocarbon Detection with HS Oil/Water Interface Meters

Unfortunately there are many sites where the groundwater is contaminated with hydrocarbon products. Some of these products are lighter than water (floaters) and some of them are heavier than water (sinkers). Naturally the presence of these products is not a good thing and it is of keen interest to establish their presence and if so how much product is present. ...more

Metals Sampling
with Inline Disposable
0.45 Micron Filters

Many jurisdictions specify that groundwater samples that are collected for the purpose of determining metal content must be passed through a filter having a 0.45 micron pore size. The philosophy is to remove suspended particulate matter that may contain or carry metals. ...more

Purging
with the Inertial Pump

Purging, in the groundwater context, is the removal of volumes of well water. One may want to purge to remove the stagnant standing water from the well and allow fresh formation water to fill the well prior to sampling. Numerous clients report that they purge the equivalent of three well volumes prior to sampling, but protocols vary. ...more

Surging
with the Inertial Pump

Surging is the process of creating a larger than usual flow through a screened interval usually with the goal of cleaning out smaller particulate matter or biological matter from the filter pack and/or adjacent formation. ...more

VOC Sampling
with the Inertial Pump
and VOC Sampling Kit

It is a frequent requirement of groundwater monitoring programs to sample for the presence of volatile organic compounds (VOC) in groundwater. This can be a complicated procedure because these compounds are by definition volatile, and through the sampling process these compounds may escape from the water. ...more

Water Level Detection
with WS Water Level Sensors

When groundwater investigators go to the field, one of the first things that they do is to remove the well cap from the well and then look down the well. Mostly what they see is black nothingness and even if they could see the water level, they still would not know the depth below grade of the water table. ...more

Well Development
with the Inertial Pump

Well development is an important part of monitoring well procedures and is usually required in order to acquire a quality sample and adequately determine formation parameters such as permeability. ...more

Well Sediment Removal
with the Inertial Pump

It is very common to come across wells that are filling up with sediment. The sediment may be derived from the sides of the well (especially if it is an open well), or it may be derived from a permeable formation that carries material into the well, or it may be surface derived material that ends up in the well in any number of ways. ...more