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Borehole

Software TISAMap

screen shot of Tisa software map

TISAMap is the specifically designed software package to display, process and interpret radar data recorded with TISA 2D. Besides standard processing steps such as Dewow and AGC gain application, TISAMap allows to subdivide the recorded depth interval into user defined horizontal layers. This feature is especially useful for vertically recorded radar profiles which are often affected by changing soil conditions with depth. By insertion of several layers the user has the ability to apply individual processing parameters to the different soil layers (e.g. clayish vs. sandy layers).

TISA 3D Borehole Radar prototype

image of 3D borehole radar

The TISA 3D prototype is a geophysical technique for high-resolution 3D mapping of borehole surroundings. It’s a breakthrough technology with very high accuracy as it allows, for the first time, radar survey at great depths and in difficult circumstances. Applied in a single borehole, the TISA 3D combines all the advantages of ground penetrating radar tools in one:

TISA 2D Borehole Radar

Man using Tisa 2D borehole

T&A Survey’s TISA 2D is a simple, safe and clear way to receive data about the subsurface. The TISA 2D can be used in various shallow and deep underground applications where surface radar operation is not feasible. What makes TISA unique is it's primary reflection mode, where both antennas are located in a single tool inside the same borehole.

Reflection Mode

Water Well Inspection Cameras

image of borehole camera SC3500

Aries’ Water Well Inspection Cameras are specialized tools for specific applications. We supply cameras that fit within a 2 inch diameter and as large as 50 feet.

Trillium Borehole Broadband

Trillium Borehole Broadband Seismometer

The Trillium Borehole Seismometer is a very broadband seismometer designed for cased borehole deployments. The instrument is housed in a stainless steel enclosure incorporating a hole-lock mechanism to allow the instrument to be coupled to a deep borehole casing. Instrument recovery is aided by a fail-safe holelock release mechanism that prevents jamming to the casement during removal.

An advanced levelling system allows the unit to operate over a tilt range of +/-5 degrees. The axis stack is mechanically levelled to ensure that the vertical axis does not couple horizontal noise.

Logging System- Oil & Gas Applications

Loggers for Oil & Gas Applications

Mount Sopris geophysical logging systems can be used to help estimate reservior thickness, porosity and permeability. We manufacture a family of geophysical logging tools that can be custom-stacked for a particular exploration and / or production project. The QL (Quick-Link) geophysical logging tools will reduce your time on site, and the 40mm nominal diameter and compact, easy-to-connect or stack is designed to get down tight boreholes.

SYSCAL Pro Switch

SYSCAL Pro 48 Switch Resistivity Meter

Syscal Pro extension switching box for syscal pro and elrec pro units. Able to drive 24 to 193 electrodes. Dedicated to extended 2D or 3D arrays.

The electrodes numbering is done automatically from the unit; two push buttons allow to select the first electrode number to be used, to make it compatible with your SYSCAL Pro Switch unit, and with other SWITCH Pro boxes; The unit has its own screen allowing to see the electrodes number currently used together with the battery level.

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.

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.