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  • Tolerance to water pressure

    I am interested in using a SeeSnake in monitoring / effluent wells. However, groundwater table is very high here so the instrument will need to tolerate high water pressure up to a 200ft deep water column. Can you tell me whether the equipment is specced for such a use and if so, how deep into water can we go??

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    Re: Tolerance to water pressure

    The cameras are rated for 330 feet of water.

    Regards,

    TCY

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    • #3
      Re: Tolerance to water pressure

      Ok thanks, does this rating apply to the cabling as well?

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        Re: Tolerance to water pressure

        Don't even worry about it; I have abused my see snakes rediculously in regard to water pressure. I've had 2-3kpsi jetter discharge on them by accident (I try to keep them out of the line of fire, but have the occaisional oops) with zero consequences.

        In your situation, I'd be more concerned with making sure the camera will tell you what you need to know to accomplish your goals. I'd be shocked if you can get enough pushrod to get it deep enough to hurt it from static pressure.
        This is my reminder to myself that no good will ever come from discussing politics or religion with anyone, ever.

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