Using the Guelph Permeameter Model 2800


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Using the Guelph Permeameter Model 2800
Using the Guelph Permeameter Model 2800
<anchor role="natural" id="p2000aed89980575"></anchor> <emphasis role="bold">Setting Up</emphasis> The permeameter is typically stored in a carrying case that includes the permeameter, augering equipment, a hole brush, and a collapsible water jug. Once you are on site and located, the first step is to open the case and assemble the augering tool. There are two bits; one is for making (augering) the hole, which has 2 tapered “arms” extending from the canlike portion (which collects the cuttings), while the other looks like a can with the bottom intact, but a cut ha…
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Willis D.Weight: Manual of Applied Field Hydrogeology. Using the Guelph Permeameter Model 2800, Chapter (McGraw-Hill Professional, 2001), AccessEngineering Export