Parts & Accessories

Made in USA

Waterline Envirotech Ltd is a small woman-owned and operated
business which has been serving the public, private and government
sectors of the water well industry for over 35 years.


In that time, Waterline’s water level indicators have developed from a simple, wooden reel and coaxial cable prototype, to a state-of-the-art technical instrument. Today’s water level indicators use a strong, flexible, 3/8” wide tape with stainless steel conductors, and are housed on a durable, plastic, free-standing, braked reel.

Waterline Envirotech uses the finest material available in the manufacture of their water level indicators, and they are proud to stand behind the quality of their products and their fast, reliable service, and affordable prices.

As a small company which manufactures and services our own instruments we enjoy selling directly to the public. We feel it is beneficial to be able to directly listen to our customers’ comments and get feedback and interaction with operators in the field.

We are pleased to manufacture our products here in the United States.

reel in use
Justin Filbert of Hayes Well Drilling testing the water depth in a well in Washington State

"By chance, I used your product recently and was impressed how good it worked in some open/uncased wells with cascading water. I even got hung up at 250 ft. and was able to drop a weighted piece of metal down the line to knock it loose, without damage to the probe."
Paul Weatherby, General Manager
Middle Pecos Groundwater Conservation District


"We bought a model 75 with engineer tape on it. It works great, and I just wanted to give you guys a pat on the back for your dedication to your product. I was really impressed with the customer service I received from you guys."
Doug Westerman
Red Rock Rural Water System


"I'm very impressed at the quick service you provided us. You repaired our 300' e-tape in less than 6 days (I thought it'd be gone for weeks). And it came back looking new compared to how dirty we sent it to you. Thank you so much. We're very appreciative of being back in business so quickly."
Donna Heier
Thurston County Public Health