Vibrating Wire piezometers
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.
Typical applications include evaluating slope stability, dewatering and drainage schemes, overpressure in silt and clay soils, permeability and hydraulic gradients in dams, and also ground water levels. They can also be used to monitor up-lift pressures in gravity dams.
• Dams and fill embankments
• Measurement of ground water
• Dewatering activities
• Natural or cut slope sites
• Monitoring of up-lift pressure
• Long-term stability
• Cable length does not affect reading
• Long working life and reliability
• Built-in surge protection (overvoltage)
• Built-in temperature sensor
• Hermetically sealed
Question about this product
FAQ#033 - I have received the calibration Report of a piezometer. There is not the K Thermal Factor noted. In which way may I proceed?
FAQ#019 - Which is the difference between HAE (high-air entry) and LAE (low-air entry) filters?
FAQ#018 - What kind of overvoltage protection is built in the vibrating wire piezometers?
FAQ#016 - Are the vibrating wire piezometers equipped with temperature sensors, or is the temperature sensor an option?