You might have heard about a device known as an Oil Water Interface Meter. This sort of device is the equipment that is used often to measure the level as well as the depth of anhydrous phase fluids as well as water.
Where do we use this kind of equipment? It can be used successfully in places such as wells, cisterns, water tanks, etc.The device consists of two parts: a probe with an optical as well as contact sensor. The second part is the measuring tape. It turns out that you don’t need any specialised training in order to be able to handle the device as very basic knowledge is usually required here to ensure that the levels of fluids are measured properly.
Every device of this type comes loaded with its own battery, which in practice means that it can work for a really long time as it does not rely on any external source of power in order to operate. This means that the device can be easily moved from one place to another. The meters usually come with a tape guide, which means in practice that you can keep the device safe protecting it from damage even in the middle of any well.
One situation I can think of when you might want to use the device is to mater the oil levels in your well or reservoir. In order to be able to do it, all you need to do is to pack the meter in a pack-sack. After this, all you need to do is to bring it to the object of monitoring and you are ready to start measuring the oil levels. All that needs to be done is waiting for the right signal to appear and then you know whether you have oil in your well or reservoir. You can choose to use the product on the surface of waters as well as under water, which ever option suits you better.