The Model 401 Waterloo System can be used to obtain groundwater samples, permeability measurements and hydraulic head measurements from many discretely isolated zones in a single borehole.
Detailed, three dimensional groundwater information can be obtained at a reasonable cost when a number of Waterloo Systems are used at a site. Fewer drilled holes are an advantage and monitoring times are reduced.
The Waterloo System is customized for the needs of each project. This allows monitoring zones to be placed at desired depths using options suitable for either bedrock, overburden or combination applications and with either removable or permanent systems.
Discrete zone monitoring is the only way to obtain accurate data for site assessments and interpretation. Transects of multilevels provide in depth data necessary to calculate mass flux and conservatively assess risk to receptors.
Manufactured by: Solinst
Model: Waterloo Multilevel Groundwater Sampling System
Salt water intrusion
DNAPL and LNAPL spill sites
Soil gas surveys
|PVC frame wrapped with tubing , Sized for 2", 4" and 6" (50, 100 and 150 mm) wells, stackable to allow the controlled continuous diffusion of gas into the plume.|
|Materials||For particular applications specific materials
may be chosen. These may include stainless
steel casing and packer bodies, and stainless
steel, nylon or PTFE/FEP tubing.
|Borehole Size||Waterloo or removable packers are designed for
use in 3"- 4" boreholes (75 - 100 mm). Systems can be installed in larger boreholes using:
- Placement of sand and bentonite to isolate parts around a Waterloo casing string with no packers.
- 3-4" screen and casing, installed within
a larger hole, completed by installing a
Waterloo System with packers.
|Standard 2"(50mm) Waterloo System|
|Site Dependent Monitoring Options||# Zones|
|Dedicated Pumps and Transducers||8|
|Open Tubes Only (varies with tube size)||15|
|Dedicated Pumps and Open Tubes||6|
|Dedicated Pumps Only||12|
|Dedicated Pressure Transducers Only||24|