The standard tensiometer consists of a clear transparent plastic tube with a ceramic cup at the bottom end and a manometer at the top. The standard tensiometer is delivered in various lengths allowing the execution of simultaneous measurements at various depths in the root zone. For pre-drilling special auger sets can be provided.
The universal instrument for analyzing surfactants and solid surfaces. Our universal Force Tensiometer – K100 performs high-precision, automatic and reliable measurements of surface tension and interfacial tension, critical micelle concentration CMC and contact angle on solids, fibers and powders. With high-quality components and a uniquely ...
The IRROMETER Model “R” is the standard one-piece IRROMETER for general use with row, tree, and field crops. Includes reservoir, air free gauge chamber and hermetically sealed IRROMETER vacuum gauge with dual scale of centibars and kilopascals (0-100 cb [kpa] range)
The IRROMETER Model 'R' is the standard one-piece IRROMETER for general use with row, tree, and field crops. Includes reservoir, air free gauge chamber and hermetically sealed IRROMETER vacuum gauge with dual scale of centibars and kilopascals (0-100 cb [kpa] range).
These modernized tensiometers, built by German company UMS, are THE most accurate way to measure soil matric potential. Thanks to precision engineering, meticulous construction, and fanatical attention to detail, they have terrific accuracy and a range that (with a skilled operator) can extend beyond -200 kPa.
Accepted as the way to measure the water potential in soils, the tensiometer has become an easy to use and very handy tool for field research (agronomy) and managing inputs in agriculture (water). The SR 1000 tensiometer is robust as well as cost effective. Measurements are taken with a BOURDON type manometer. This measuring principle, easy to use ...
Soil tensiometer (recording type) records the data of the soil moisture suction for a long period. It is used in the field with a battery. The data (Compact Flash Card) are recorded with a data logger, and are analysed with a computer.