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Deep Subsurface

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.

Antenna- 200 MHz Shielded

200 MHz - Shielded Antenna

The 200 MHz can penetrate to a depth of 9 meters (30 feet), making it ideally suited for geotechnical and environmental applications, as well as archaeological investigations.

  • Center Frequency: 200 MHz
  • Depth Range: 0-9 m (0-30 ft)
  • Weight: 20.5 kg (45 lbs)
  • Dimensions: 60x60x30 cm (24x24x12 in)
  • Model 5106 (U.S. and Canada) Model 5106A (International)

Antenna- 100 MHz Shielded

100 MHz Shielded Antenna - Bistatic

The 100 MHz antenna is used for deep subsurface applications. The 100 MHz monostatic (left) combines the transmit and receive electronics in a single antenna housing.

Monostatic

  • Center Frequency: 100 MHz
  • Depth Range: 2-15 m (5-50 ft)
  • Weight: 13 kg (28 lbs)
  • Dimensions: 25x96x56 cm (10x38x22 in)
  • Model 3207AP

Bistatic

  • Center Frequency: 100 MHz
  • Depth Range: 0-30 m (0-100 ft)
  • Weight: 26 kg (60 lbs)
  • Dimensions: 25x96x56 cm (10x38x22 in) each
  • Model 3207F

Antenna- 1000 Mhz Deep Penetration Concrete

The 1000 Mhz antenna is the state-of-the-art in concrete imaging solution for deeper concrete investigations. This antenna is appropriate in areas where higher frequencies do not provide adequate penetration and lower frequencies do not provide acceptable resolution.

Features of 1000 Mhz Deep Penetration Concrete Antenna

  • Center Frequency: 1000 Mhz
  • Depth Range: to 0.6 m (24 in)