The modular design of the PROTEM Time Domain Electromagnetic (TDEM) Systems – a single receiver with multiple, interchangeable transmitters and receiver coils – provides the flexibility required to accommodate a broad range of applications, from near-surface environmental and engineering studies, to three-component resource exploration at depths of 1000 m or more.
PROTEM Receiver: the base component of any PROTEM system, the PROTEM Receiver provides superior data quality and reliable operation
TEM47cTransmitter: small and portable, the battery-powered TEM47 is appropriate for near-surface applications within a depth range of 5-150 metres
TEM57-MK2 Transmitter: ideal for mid-range sounding or profiling applications, the TEM57-MK2 provides measurement within the range of 200-500 m depth
TEM67 Transmitter: providing maximum depth of exploration, the TEM67 is suitable for applications to depths of 1000 m or more
PROTEM CM System: consolidating the PROTEM receiver and TEM47 transmitter components into a single console
G-TEM System: with the objective to reduce cost while both maintaining the core performance characteristics of the more advanced PROTEM systems and adding several new performance-enhancing features, the new G-TEM system represents exceptional value in time domain electromagnetic (TDEM) instrumentation
SURFACE SENSORS: six induction coils as well as a three component fluxgate magnetometer sensor are available
EM42 Transmitter: available by special order only, the EM42 is capable of exploration to depths on the order of 3000 meters; additional information available by request
All system configurations are available with options for either sequential or simultaneous three-component (xyz) data collection.
Data collection and processing associated with any PROTEM system is supported by an integrated data acquisition system. Included processing software (see Software –GSPX7) facilitates data review, editing, profile presentation and modelling functions associated with discreet targets; software for forward and inverse modelling of sounding data is available through commercial third parties.