When your company tests water and tanks for vapors, volatile organic compounds, and other chemicals, you need to have the right pipeline plugs to seal the monitoring well upon work completion. At PrimeLine Products, we offer a wide range of plugs designed for well monitoring and testing. Understanding the facts about these monitor-well locking plugs helps you choose the right product for every project.
Seal a Range of Pipes
Our mechanical pipeline plugs use a nitrile seal to create an impervious barrier between the well and the environment. We offer these plugs to fit pipes ranging from one to eight inches in diameter. They fit on Schedule 5 and Schedule 40 pipes. Your crew can operate these monitoring-well plugs with just one hand or with the use of our specialized tools.
Maintain EPA Compliance
Using our monitoring-well plugs helps you maintain EPA compliance. They meet all current requirements for monitoring plugs. The chrome latch features an ergonomic design for easy insertion and removal of the plug. Use them with our brass padlocks and other pipeline plug tools.
Protect the Environment
A properly fitting monitoring-well plug helps you protect the environment. These plugs resist petroleum degradation and remain in place even under intense heat, cold, or vibration. In the event of an earthquake, these plugs stay put. You can also count on them to resist tampering by vandals.
Much like our pneumatic plugs, monitoring-well plugs ensure the safety of any technicians, engineers, hydrologists, or others working near the aquifer or tank. The plugs stay in place until intentionally released. Our coordinating padlocks also resist rust, corrosion, and water damage.
For more product specifications and facts about our pipeline plug accessories and monitor-well locking plugs, reach out to us at PrimeLine Products today! You may also get in touch with us for more information about our inventory or to make a purchase.