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Gravity Meter- INO Sea-Floor

 INO Sea-Floor Gravity Meter

The INO sea-floor gravity meter uses the well proven CG-5 Autograv™ fused quartz sensor in a submersible system. The INO is easy to operate, self-contained and comes in a standard model for 600m depths.

Benefits

The INO has a standard resolution of 1 microGal with a standard deviation that is < 5 microGals.

Easy to Operate
With minimal training a user can quickly collect and record reliable gravity data. The INO connects to a standard 7- conductor marine winch cable for easy deployment.

Gravity Meter- TAGS-6 Dynamic

TAGS-6 Dynamic Gravity Meter

TAGS-6 (click on the above image for a detailed view) represents the latest development in a long line of LaCoste-based airborne gravity systems, stretching back to the first successful airborne gravity flights in 1958 and building on the success of the TAGS System.

Gravity Meter- FG5-X and FGL Absolute

FG5-X and FGL Absolute Gravimeter

Recognized standard for measuring gravity.  The new FG5-X system uses the well established free-fall technique of measuring gravity.Featuring:

  • Extended free-fall chamber length 
  • Improved Electronics
  • Improved reliability
  • Redigned drive system

Patented vertical in-line interferometer

  • Built-in collimation optics for verticality alignment
  • Drag-free chamber surrounds the freely falling test mass
  • Portable standard in Absolute Gravity

Gravity Meter- gPhoneX

gPhoneX Gravimeter

The Micro-g LaCoste gPhone gravity meter uses the Zero-Length Spring™ sensor technology to provide microGal repeatedly with vey low static drift which makes it the best suited as a monitoring meter. Whether you are interested in earthquake or volcanic studies, earth tide  or reservoir monitoring, the gPhone will out perform all others.  The gPhone can also be used as an ultra sensitive low frequency seismometer for these areas of studies. The gPhoneX gravity meter is based upon the LaCoste and Romberg technology that has dominated land gravity meters since 1939.

Metal Detectors

Metal Detectors

Geonics Metal Detectors are high power, high sensitivity metal detectors suitable for applications in the detection of both ferrous and non-ferrous metal. Insensitive to common sources of both geologic and cultural noise, Metal Detectors can be operated without compromise to data quality in most survey environments.

Common applications, in several fields of geophysical practice, include the detection of environmental hazards (e.g. drums, underground storage tanks (USTs)); utilities and infrastructure; construction and industrial waste; and unexploded ordnance (UXO).

Electromagnetic- VLF System - EM16

Electromagnetic- VLF System - EM16

The EM16 VLF Receiver is the most widely used electromagnetic geophysical instrument of all time. Local tilt and ellipticity of VLF broadcasts are measured and resolved into inphase and quadrature components of VLF response. The EM16 has discovered several base and precious-metal ore bodies and many water-bearing fractures and faults.The EM16R Resistivity Attachment uses a pair of electrodes to measure the apparent resistivity of the earth. The combined EM16/16R instrument can detect a second earth layer if the layer occurs within the VLF skin-depth.

Winch- Series - 4WNA

Series Winch - 4WNA

The Mount Sopris WNA Truck-Mounted Winch is a rugged logging hoist capable of positioning a geophysical probe or other tool in a borehole. The winch is designed to be mounted to a truck, and can haul equipment loads up to 600 lbs at rates between 25 and 90 ft/min. The WNA is optimal for boreholes between 1000 and 1800 meters in depth and supports a wide variety of wire line types.

Electromagnetic- Time Domain Systems

Electromagnetic- Time Domain Systems TEM47

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

Borehole Probes- EM39 Conductivity

Borehole Probes - EM39 Conductivity

Borehole geophysics provides a means of evaluating various properties of subsurface rocks, soils and fluids. Probes measuring various, specific properties are lowered into boreholes collecting either continuous or point data.

Data Acquisition- DAS70-AR System

Data Acquisition System DAS70-AR

Data acquisition systems support the collection and processing of data from Ground Conductivity Meters and Metal Detectors. Every data acquisition system includes all required components for data collection and processing including: a data acquisition unit; separate cables for data collection and data transfer; and software appropriate for both data collection and processing.All data acquisition systems require a digital input signal.

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