subsurface imaging Equipment

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Handheld Subsurface Penetrating Radar Systems

by US Radar     based in Matawan, NEW JERSEY (USA)

See inside your concrete walls, floors and road surfaces with US Radar’s NEW Spot Subsurface Imaging System. This hand-held unit detects and visually displays a high-resolution image that can be viewed in real time on its color touch-screen.

Cart Subsurface Penetrating Radar Systems

by US Radar     based in Matawan, NEW JERSEY (USA)

The Seeker SPR is one of the most advanced subsurface penetrating radar systems in the industry today. It transmits safe, ultra wide spectrum RF energy pulses through your chosen medium and then displays a clear image of the subsurface on its user-friendly and easy-to-read operator interface. Compatible with most computers and external data ...

OnMaterials - Model Z-Loy - Sub Micrometer

by OnMaterials     based in Escondido, CALIFORNIA (USA)

Z-Loy is a sub-micrometer, zero valent metal powder suspension engineered for the in-situ remediation marketplace. Key features include: Small Particle Size: mean particle size below 250 nm. Limited Aggregation: Provides optimum sub-surface mobility. High Surface Areas: Tailorable from 1 to 30 m2/g. High surface area particles provide enhanced ...

Geometrics - Model StrataGem - High Frequency Hybrid CSAMT System

by Geomatrix Earth Science Ltd     based in Leighton Buzzard, UNITED KINGDOM

The StrataGem is a high frequency Hybrid CSAMT system. The Stratagem EH4 uses the magnetotelluric (MT) method to measure subsurface conductivities. The MT method is based on the fact that the ratio of the magnetic field to the electric field at a given frequency is a constant for a constant resistivity. The StrataGem, uses natural fields created ...

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 ...

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