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LifeLocator III+ - CANNOT FIND IT ON THE SITE

Whether it is a natural disaster or man-made, LifeLocator® has proven to be an effective tool in detecting life signs like breathing and movement at building collapse locations. Deploy the unit to determine or rule out areas of interest; and the unit is highly mobile, meaning more of a disaster area can be covered in much less time.

Applications for LifeLocator

Earthquakes | Terror Attacks | Mine Disaster | Building Collapse | Tunnel Collapse | Mudslides or Landslides, with debris Detection Benefits

Receiver- ELREC Pro Induced Polarisation (IP)

ELREC Pro Induced Polarisation (IP) Receivers

ELREC Pro: this new receiver is a new compact and low consumption unit designed for high productivity Resistivity and Induced Polarization measurements. It features some high capabilities allowing to work in any field conditions.

Reception dipoles: the ten dipoles of the ELREC Pro offer an high productivity in the field for dipole-dipole, gradient or extended poly-pole arrays.

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- 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.

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These hydraulic properties are key parameters in any quantitative description of water flow into and through the unsaturated zone of soils. The program uses the parametric models of Brooks-Corey (1964), van Genuchten (1990), the lognormal distribution model of Kosugi (1996), and the dual-permeability model of Durner (1994)

Ergonomic Auger Kit, Heterogenous Soils up to 5M

Ergonomic Auger Kit, Heterogenous Soils up to 5M

Ergonomic Auger Set for heterogeneous soils. Includes 4 types of Dutch augers (clay-, sand-, coarse sand and combination type), Bucket auger, a stony soil auger, a spiral auger and a gouge auger. Bayonet connection, for sampling up to 5 meters depth. In aluminum transport case.

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