Abyss® Controller 1

Engineered specifically for Proactive's™ 12 Volt Engineered Plastic Abyss pump

The Proactive™ Abyss® Controller 1 is engineered specifically for the Abyss® (DTW 220ft) 12 volt pump.

The Abyss® Controller 1 has the ability to shut the Abyss pump off when the water level (or liquid) is detected by using the enclosed shut off probe. It is that simple.

The Abyss Pump and Abyss® Controller 1 is a great combination for Pump tests, Well evacuations, Storm water sampling, and pump and treat systems.

Simple to use!

Just set the 2 probes in the water column where you wish to set the desired turn on and turn off of the pump. The Abyss® Controller 1 will do the rest. The use of a deep cycle battery or even solar panels can be used with the Abyss® Controller 1.

A great feature with the Abyss controller 1 is that you have the option to install an external float in a large tank (float included with the Abyss controller 1); like a 500 gallon container. So when the tank is full, the float will activate, thus, shutting off the abyss pump.

Great for use in these applications:

  • Pump tests
  • Well evacuation
  • Storm water sampling
  • Pump and treat systems

 

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Low Flow Sampling Made Easy!

What are the advantages of low-flow sampling?

Low-flow sampling has a number of important advantages, but they all boil down to better samples at a lower cost. Low-Flow Sampling minimizes drawdown, turbidity and purge volume. Proactive's™ dedicated pumps will not disturb well water.

Here's Why:
Less well disturbance leads to lower sample turbidity, which in turn reduces the variability in the sampling results. Purge volume reduced up to 95%; can reduce purge time/labor in most cases. Reduces problems related to excessive drawdown and pumped volumes. Dedicated equipment for low-flow sampling saves even more field time and eliminates contamination from other wells and equipment handling.

Did You Know...
Traditional Sampling or High-flow pumping increases drawdown, turbidity and purge volume. Bailer movement surges and mixes well, thus, increases turbidity.

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