Water Well Journal

April 2016

Water Well Journal

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Featured PRODUCTS Solinst Produces Reliable Peristaltic Pump Built for Fieldwork The Solinst Model 410 peristaltic pump is designed with fieldwork in mind. It is simple to operate and provides stable flow rates from 40 mL/min up to 3.5 L/min. It can be used for water and vapor sampling from shallow wells and surface water to depths of 33 feet (at sea level). It features a metal case that is ro- bust, compact, and lightweight with no vents, grates, or openings, making it water resistant and easy to maintain and repair. The pump simply connects to a 12V power source to operate. It features a convenient handle and one easy-access control that allows reversible flow. www.solinst.com Cotey Chemical Continues to Provide Water Well Solutions Cotey Chemical Corp. has been producing a full product line of chemi- cal solutions to develop and rehabili- tate water wells since 1949. Cotey Chemical products are used daily across the world in the agricultural, municipal, industrial, and residential sectors to increase water production. If you have a recently completed well and need assistance removing mud cake or have an aging well suffer- ing from algae, calcium scale, oil film, bacteria, rust, or other problems, Cotey Chemical has a product to meet your needs. www.coteychemical.com Shakti Pumps Launches 2-Wire Motors with Permanent Capacitor Shakti Pumps has launched higher thrust rated 4-inch 2-wire motors. These motors are equipped with a permanent split capacitor and don't require the use of a control box. They are available from 0.5 to 1.5 HP. Shakti Pumps is committed to achieve total customer satis- faction by manufactur- ing high quality pumps with bench- marks that meet cus- tomer expectations. www.shaktipumps.com WWJ April 2016 49 Twitter @WaterWellJournl . y da o e t t Dona . w. o r omor a t ic mer A hange . C y. C da o e t ive t G . ems st er supply sy t a oundw r ing g ink o potable dr t epairs t or r emen eplac ens needing r .S. citiz ing U er -suer ophe tastr ca ished or er v o impo ts t an r onsider g , and c ts or eness e or ar w public a ease , incr ills ker sk or ading of w r tion and upg tional educa oca or v for v o the need tion t en tt er a t ea r e g iv o g tion t ounda s the F w his fund allo T am. r og ica pr mer or A ells f for A W er t a Wa t the • Suppor eness ar w tion and a ease public educa ncr • I essionals ofessionals er pr t a oundw r ain g e and tr t duca • E o: pose t t pur -par ee this fund has a thr , es t ta ed S er needs in the Unit t a oundw r o help meet g Established t und er F t a oundw r USA G . activities related to a broader public understanding of groundwater . focused on conducting educational, research, and other charitable A, NGWREF is a 501(c)(3) public foundation Operated by NGW WA, NGWREF is a 501(c)(3) public foundation 614 898.7791 • 800 551.7379 g/Give A.or NGWA.or

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