Solinst Standpipe Piezometers

Standpipe Piezometers

  • Range of Tip Lengths 15 cm, 30 cm, 60 cm and 90 cm (6 inch, 1 ft, 2 ft and 3ft)
  • Reliable
  • Low Cost
  • Ideal for metal sampling
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The Model 601 Standpipe Piezometer is designed to provide a filtered inlet point when it is placed within a drilled hole. Its pointed PVC tip makes it ideal for pushing into very loose sands at the base of a borehole, a stream or into loose tailings pond sediments.

It is composed of a pre-formed porous polyethylene tube set inside a perforated PVC Piezometer tip which makes it excellent for metals sampling. It is ideally suited for water level monitoring, de-watering drainage operations, permeability measurements, and construction control and slope stability investigations.

The Standpipe Piezometer tip connects to the surface with 3/4” ID PVC riser pipe using slip-fit couplings. It can also be used to connect to other sizes of riser pipe or casing if reducer couplings are used. The standard 601 tip lengths available are: 15 cm, 30 cm, 60 cm and 90 cm (6”, 1 ft, 2 ft and 3ft).

For applications with a need for the Piezometer to be pushed into the soil below the bottom of a borehole, Solinst offer the Model 615 stainless steel Drive-Point Piezometer. This can also be driven directly into the ground from the surface.

Manufactured by: Solinst
Model: Standpipe Piezometers

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Water level monitoring
Permeability measurements
Construction control
Slope stability investigations
Air sparging: a 1ft. Piezometer has 18 x 3/8" diameter holes i.e 2 sq inches/ft
Metals sampling


Filter - Porous HDPE (Vyon)
- Seams are butt heat welded
- Average pore size 60 microns
- Keeps out silts and fine sands


Related products


660 Drive-Point Profilers - Drill rig hammers 615 Drive-Point Piezometers
The 601 and 615 are designed for permanent monitoring. So, neither are reusable, but the 615 can pulled out mechanically. However, grouting is the most favourable method of decommission on both of these pieces of equipment. The 660 Drive-point Profiler is a short-term monitoring point, therefore the hole left behind can be easily grouted using a grout tip Drive-point profiler.