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Slammer with 30cm heavy duty waveguides

Slammer with 30cm heavy duty waveguides

The Slammer is a heavy-duty waveguide connector designed for rugged field use. It is designed for inserting waveguides into hard, dry, and compacted soils, and for comfort and ease in making multiple measurements. The removable 2.5 lb sliding hammer can be used to insert waveguides under the most difficult of conditions. Waveguides, ordered separately, are available in lengths ranging from 20 cm to 60 cm. Note: In order to use the Slammer with your Trase unit, the Trase must be running version 2110A software.

SYSCAL Kid Switch 24

SYSCAL Kid Switch 24

Shallow Resistivity Imaging

Specially designed for shallow resitivity imaging, this version features an internal switching board for 24 electrodes. Two strings of cable with 12 elctrode take-out each are connected on the back of the resistivity meter. The system is designed to automatically perform roll-along surveys.

Lightweight, easy-to-use and field proof, the SYSCAL Kid with the Switch-24 option is ideal for archeological, geological mapping and civil engineering applications. The survey can be performed very efficiently with one operator only.

Transmitter- VIP 4000 Induced Polarisation (IP)

VIP 4000 Induced Polarisation (IP) Transmitters

A back-lighted liquid crystal alphanumeric display is provided for the simultaneous indication of all output parameters. Output current, output voltage, contact resistance and output power are continuously displayed.

SIR 4000

Model SIR4000

The SIR® 4000 is GSSI’s first high-performance GPR data acquisition system designed to operate with analog and digital antennas. This evolutionary step allows true versatility and flexibility by supporting a wide range of users, beginner to advanced, in numerous applications.

The SIR 4000 incorporates advanced display modes and filtering capabilities for ‘in-the-field’ processing and imaging. Fully integrated, the system provides a simple user interface, plug-and-play GPS integration, and convenient data transfer options.

BridgeScan

BridgeScan

Typical Uses of BridgeScan Include:

  • Bridge deck condition assessment
  • Concrete cover depth on new structures
  • Concrete inspection – locate metallic and non-metallic targets in walls/floors
  • Measure slab thickness
  • Void detection and location
  • Inspection of other reinforced concrete structures

Specifications

MODFLOW-SURFACT Flow

MODFLOW-SURFACT Flow

MODLFOW SURFACT Features & Highlights

  • Dynamic memory allocation permits unlimited problem dimensions
  • Modular structure allows further development of additional simulation capabilities to provide a comprehensive, general purpose simulator within the MODFLOW framework

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