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PASI - Model TC-30 / TC-50 - Borehole Camera

by PASI s.r.l.     based in Torino, ITALY

Borehole inspections required rugged, portable, easy to use instruments to obtain high quality images even in extremely poor light condition. With its semi-rigid fiberglass cable with sliding contacts, our TC-30 TV camera can be easily pushed inside vertical or horizontal holes with small diameter, representing a valid alternative to expensive ...

GeoVISION - Standard Stainless Steel Borehole Camera

by Allegheny Instruments, Inc.     based in Williamsville, VIRGINIA (USA)

The Standard Stainless Steel downhole camera is the workhorse of the GeoVISION line of cameras. Standard Stainless Steel cameras come in both color and black & white. These cameras are extremely rugged and designed for use in two-inch (5 cm) and larger diameter bores, up to 2,000 feet (600 meters) deep. They can be used alone, or mounted on a ...

GeoVISION - Nano Borehole Camera

by Allegheny Instruments, Inc.     based in Williamsville, VIRGINIA (USA)

The GeoVISION Nano camera is the smallest diameter production borehole video inspection camera made today. The Nano downhole camera is a mere 3/4 inch (2 cm) in diameter and is designed for use in boreholes as small as one inch (2.5 cm) in diameter and at depths up to 2000 feet (600 meters). The Nano camera has standard NTSC resolution with an ...

GeoVISION - Dual-Scan Downhole Camera

by Allegheny Instruments, Inc.     based in Williamsville, VIRGINIA (USA)

The GeoVISION Dual-Scan camera is Allegheny Instruments most advanced borehole camera ever. It has three independently controlled banks of high intensity LED lights and the ability to rotate more than 360°. The Dual-Scan's state of the art video modules provide unparalleled video images in bores as small as 1-1/2' (4 cm) in diameter and up to ...

GeoVISION - Standard Plastic Borehole Camera

by Allegheny Instruments, Inc.     based in Williamsville, VIRGINIA (USA)

The GeoVISION Standard Plastic Color and Black & White downhole cameras are a great economical choice when the conditions are right. Standard Plastic cameras are designed for use in two-inch (5 cm) and larger diameter bores, up to 1,000 feet (300 meters) deep. These cameras are more sensitive to heat than Standard Stainless Steel cameras, and ...

Borehole Camera

by Blackhawk GeoServices, a division of ZAPATAENGINEERING     based in Golden, COLORADO (USA)

The GeoVision Model JR M6 camera provides black and white video records of subsurface void conditions (such as the relative size and nature of pillars, roof, floor and collapsed materials) at distances up to 20 ft.  The borehole camera has also proven to be an effective tool for monitoring subsidence mitigation efforts, such as grouting. ...

Well-VU - Model 500 Foot - Borehole Camera

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

The Well-Vu Camera is an inexpensive solution to looking down a well to 500 feet. It comes with a viewing screen and can be ordered with a DVD recorder. Well-Vu color cameras clearly show color variations caused by different contaminants and mineral deposits. Well-Vu color systems can also plug into any TV, TV/VCR, or hand-held video recorder that ...

Borehole Laser

by Blackhawk GeoServices, a division of ZAPATAENGINEERING     based in Golden, COLORADO (USA)

ZAPATA brings to the field the MDL Cavity Auto Scanning  Laser System (C-ALS) to image air-filled subsurface voids. This unit contains a motorized robotic probe capable of taking distance measurements of up to 500 ft, and collects data in scans, either horizontal, vertical or in 3D, as defined by the operator. The scans are referenced using ...

Drilling Boreholes

by G STOW PLC     based in Wallingford, UNITED KINGDOM

We offer a total management service for your whole project, including: Feasibility, Technical appraisal and design, Costing, Health & Safety management, Environmental management, Drilling, Test pumping, Treatment, Distribution, Licence application, Principal Contractor scheme members, CSCS accredited site staff.

Well Video Surveys

by Welenco Water Well Technology, Inc.     based in Bakersfield, CALIFORNIA (USA)

Video surveys are run for a variety of purposes in both existing and new wells. In new wells a video log is often run to confirm the 'as-built' construction of the well, to inspect for damage such as corrosion, casing breaks, holes, splits, and other deformities. Surveys are also performed to determine the source of sand or gravel entry or falling ...

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