subsurface geology Equipment

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PersulfOx - In Situ Chemical Oxidation (ISCO)

by REGENESIS     based in San Clemente, CALIFORNIA (USA)

PersulfOx is an in-situ chemical oxidation reagent that destroys organic contaminants found in groundwater and soil through powerful yet controlled chemical reactions. PersulfOx is a sodium persulfate - based technology which employs a patented catalyst to enhance the oxidative destruction of both hydrocarbons and chlorinated contaminants in the ...

Subsurface Monitoring Systems

by imaGeau     based in Clapiers, FRANCE

The imaGeau technology was patented in France and Europe in 2006 and 2007. This is currently unique in the domain of subsurface monitoring. imaGeau’s approach represents a true technological advance in comparison with other tools on the market today. We are now able to transfer into the public domain a whole range of methods and hydro ...

GSSI - Model SIR 3000 - Subsurface Interface Radar (SIR) System

by Exploration Instruments, LLC     based in Austin, TEXAS (USA)

The SIR-3000 is a portable, digital Subsurface Interface Radar (SIR) System designed for a broad range of environmental, geotechnical, geological and engineering applications. The system is affordable, small and designed for easy single-user operation. This model is fully compatible with all existing GSSI antennas, although some communication ...

Oxygen Release Compound Advanced (ORC Advanced)

by REGENESIS     based in San Clemente, CALIFORNIA (USA)

Advanced Formula Oxygen Release Compound (ORC Advanced) is a proprietary formulation of food-grade, calcium oxy-hydroxide that produces a controlled-release of molecular oxygen for period of up to 12 months upon hydration.

RegenOx - In-Situ Chemical Oxidation (ISCO)

by REGENESIS     based in San Clemente, CALIFORNIA (USA)

RegenOx is an advanced chemical oxidation technology that destroys contaminants through powerful, yet controlled chemical reactions and not through biological means. This product maximizes in situ performance while using a solid alkaline oxidant that employs a sodium percarbonate complex with a multi-part catalytic formula. RegenOx directly ...

FutureGen - Power Plant

by FutureGen Alliance, Inc.     based in Washington, DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA (USA)

One of the things that makes the FutureGen power plant unique is its ability to capture the CO2 created during the electricity generation process, compress it and pump it into deep geologic formations thousands of feet below the earth’s surface where it is permanently stored. This technology is known as carbon storage (sometimes also called ...

Model GSSI SIR3000 - Ground-Penetrating Radar without Cart

by Environmental Equipment & Supply     based in Harrisburg, PENNSYLVANIA (USA)

The newest standard in non-destructive investigation of the earth and concrete. The SIR-3000 is a portable, digital Subsurface Interface Radar (SIR) System designed for a broad range of environmental, geotechnical, geological and engineering applications.  The system is affordable, small and designed for easy single-user operation. Prices do ...

Soil-Vapour Extraction (SVE) Systems

by Vertex Environmental Solutions Inc.     based in Cambridge, ONTARIO (CANADA)

Soil-Vapour Extraction (SVE) systems usea vacuum to remove vapours from the subsurface. Once above surface, the extracted vapours are treated via treatment media or a catalytic oxidizer and then discharged to the environment. Vertex has installed and designed numerous SVE systems in various geologic media.

Microgravity

by Apex Geoservices Ltd     based in Wexford, IRELAND

Microgravity surveying involves the measurement of the Earth's Gravitational Field on the earth’s surface. Density variations of the underlying geology will result in variations of the recorded microgravity readings. These density variations may be caused by features such as air, water or sediment filled cavities, or changes in the nature of ...

Juniper Archer - Model Geonics EM-31 - Ground Conductivity Meter

by Exploration Instruments, LLC     based in Austin, TEXAS (USA)

The EM31 maps geological variations, groundwater contaminants or any subsurface feature associated with changes in the ground conductivity using a patented electromagnetic inductive technique that makes the measurements without electrodes or ground contact. With this inductive method, surveys can be carried out under most geological conditions ...

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