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<p>The Model 4500DP Drive Point Piezometer has the transducer located inside a housing with an EW drill rod thread and removable pointed nose cone. This model is ideally suited for use in peat and soft clays. The piezometer may be recovered at the end of the ...
<p>The Model 4500HD Heavy Duty Piezometer is designed for direct burial in fills and dam embankments. The 4500HD is used in conjunction with heavily armored cable to withstand earth movements during construction. Recommended for use in earth dams.<br>Specifications<br>Standard ...
<p>The Heavy Duty Vibrating Wire Piezometer accurately measures pore water pressures in fully or partially saturated soil. The heavy duty design prevents case stresses from affecting readings in extreme installations (dams and high ground stresses). The transducer ...
<p>Geosense® VWPHT-3600 high temperature vibrating wire piezometers are suitable for the extreme environments of temperature and pressure found in applications such as tar, sand and deep geothermal energy extraction. They use the well-proven technology of ...
<p>Allows multiple VW piezometers to be simply and reliably installed in a single borehole. It can be connected to a tough urethane jacketed Kevlar® reinforced single cable which prevents vertical void channels. Used primarily where multi-zone monitoring is ...
The P-520M frequency counter is the read-out instrument for all GEONOR vibrating-wire transducers. The counter is designed for use in situ and is enclosed in a rigid aluminium housing. The display shows the frequency of vibration in Hz, which has to be calculated ...
<p>Vibrating wire piezometers are absolute pressure transducers aimed to measure soil pore pressure. Applications include control of over-pressure in silt and clay soils, measurement of permeability and hydraulic gradients in dams and water pressure evaluation ...
<p>The VW piezometer converts water pressure to a frequency signal via a diaphragm, a tensioned steel wire, and an electromagnetic coil. The piezometer is designed so that a change in pressure on the diaphragm causes a change in tension of the wire. When excited ...
<p>Vibrating wire piezometers are used to monitor pore-water pressure in soils. They are typically sealed in boreholes but can also be embedded in fills, or suspended in a well.<br>Typical applications include evaluating slope stability, dewatering and drainage ...
<p>Geosense® VWP-3000 Series of Vibrating Wire piezometers use the well-proven method of converting fluid pressures on a sensitive diaphragm into a frequency signal. Frequency signals are particularly suitable for the demanding environment of Civil Engineering ...