Water Well Journal

July 2019

Water Well Journal

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Featured PRODUCTS Hole Products Releases New Biodegradable Thread and Joint Compound for Drill Pipe and Other Threaded Connections Hole Prod- ucts introduces a readily biode- gradable thread and joint com- pound for drill pipe and other threaded connec- tions. Its new Thread Armour TJC is for- mulated with high quality vegetable base oil and non-metallic solids, providing excellent protection against seizing and galling. This formula is also highly resis- tant to water washout and corrosion. It is easy to apply across a wide temperature range. Thread Armour TJC is a premium quality, non-toxic alternative to petro- leum oil-based thread compounds, many of which contain a high percentage of metallic solids. www.holeproducts.com Twitter @WaterWellJournl WWJ July 2019 63 Aries Industries' Explorer Well Inspection System Features Dual View Camera with 360° Rotation Aries Industries Inc.'s Explorer Water Well Inspection System is a fully integrated, portable system to ac- curately evaluate water wells and other boreholes 2 inches to 12 inches in diameter and at depths to 1200 feet. All components of the single-opera- tor unit are mounted on a two-wheeled cart. It features a dual view camera with 360° rotation for downhole and side-view video capture and automatic level wind for fast, uniform camera retrieval. The boom arm extends to 48 inches and has variable speed motor control with speeds up to 40 feet per minute. The Explorer interface includes a wireless keyboard with overlay for video titling and integrated DVR. www.ariesindustries.com Franklin Electric Broadens Fhoton SolarPAK Product Portfolio with Three New Enhancements Franklin Electric's Fhoton SolarPAK System product family is now available for cost-effective systems operating on only two solar panels up through large-scale watering systems. With three recent enhancements, the product line offers a variety of flow rates from 2 gpm to 375 gpm and power ratings of ½ hp up to 10 hp. The new ½ hp Fhoton SolarPAK Systems operate using 48 volts, therefore minimizing the number of panels required to run the system while producing flow ranges from 2 to 20 gallons per minute. The new 5-10 hp Fhoton SolarPAK Systems also provide a high-flow option for faster tank-fill and significant water output while producing flow ranges from 10 to 375 gallons per minute. www.franklinwater.com

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