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Wind Speed & Direction

Model 86000 / 86106 Marine

Model 05103 / 05106 Marine

Wind Monitor sensor for both wind speed and direction.

Range: Wind speed : 0-60 m/s (0-216 Km/h). Wind direction: 0-360º.

Survival: 100m/s.

Threshold: 1m/s

Trident 305 Digitizer

Seismograph- Trident 305 Digitizer

The Trident is an industry leading digitizer, designed for use with the Taurus Portable Seismograph or Cygnus transceiver. The Trident features 24 bit performance in a compact, robust package offering typical dynamic range of 142 dB. The Trident Digitiser’s versatility allows for an optimal network design flexibility. Numerous Trident digitizers can be daisy-chained to form a multi-channel system. Such scalability makes Trident well suited to fixed, portable and structural monitoring networks.

Antenna- 2000 Mhz Palm

2000 Mhz Palm Antenna

The new Palm Antenna offers users the ability to reach tightly spaced areas that were previously inaccessible such as corners, against walls and around obstructions.

The Palm Antenna is compatible with the SIR‑3000 and SIR-20 control units. The antenna includes a dedicated survey wheel, a replaceable skid plate, and removable handle to reduce antenna height, if necessary. The Palm Antenna weighs in at approximately one pound.

Hydrus

screenshot of Hydrus software

HYDRUS is a Microsoft Windows based modelling environment for the analysis of water flow and solute transport in variably saturated porous media. The software package includes computational finite element models for simulating the two- and three-dimensional movement of water, heat, and multiple solutes in variably saturated media. The model includes a parameter optimization algorithm for inverse estimation of a variety of soil hydraulic and/or solute transport parameters.

SQXL Quality Assessment

Software- SQXL Quality Assessment

SQLX is an indispensable quality control tool for seismologists. By analyzing Probability Density Functions (PDFs) SQLX enables seismologists to identify many quality issues that can have an adverse affect on seismic analysis. An example of the quality issues that can be identified using PDF analysis include:

Site Response Analysis, such as:

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

UtilityScan DF

Utility Scan DF models 625 655

UtilityScan™ DF is GSSI’s premium GPR unit for utility locating. It incorporates our innovative digital dual-frequency antenna (300 and 800 MHz) and an easy-to-use touch screen interface to view shallow and deep targets simultaneously in a single scan. With an operation life of up to eight hours and a survey speed up to 10 km/h (6.25 mph), data collection is fast and efficient. Locate the position and depth of metallic and non-metallic objects, including service utilities such as gas, communications, sewer lines as well as underground storage tanks and PVC pipes.

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