subsurface imaging Equipment

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2D & 3D Electrical Resistivity Imaging

by Apex Geoservices Ltd     based in Wexford, IRELAND

2D Resistivity Imaging is used to investigate lateral variations in overburden material, depth to bedrock and bedrock lithology.

Ground Penetrating Radar

by Apex Geoservices Ltd     based in Wexford, IRELAND

Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR) is an electromagnetic technique used to image the subsurface and has many applications including investigating the underlying geology, locating buried objects such as pipes and tanks and mapping peat thickness.

wiindt - Model GPR-3G-2016 - Ground Penetrating Radar

by Hooshmand Sazan Jahan     based in Tehran, IRAN

Ground-penetrating-radar (GPR) is an advanced method that applies radar pulses to image the subsurface. This nondestructive method uses short pulses of electromagnetic radiation in the microwave band (UHF/VHF frequencies), and detects the reflected signals from subsurface structures. GPR can determine subsurface objects, changes in material ...

Membrane Interface Probe (MIP)

by EJLSKOV A/S     based in Aarhus N, DENMARK

The MIP probe is mounted as a extension of the pipes which is pushed into the subsurface. During each MIP probing a continuers contamination profile is generated through the subsurface logging the following data: Conductivity (SCL). Ramming speed. Probe temperature. Deflection on the detectors.

Seismic Reflection

by Bay Geophysical, Inc.     based in Traverse, MICHIGAN (USA)

Bay’s extensive acquisition of high-resolution seismic data combined with our experience, and a full suite of standard and experimental seismic sources, has provided us with the knowledge necessary to help you design your survey with the acquisition parameters required to image the subsurface environment at your site location.

2-D Seismic

by Bay Geophysical, Inc.     based in Traverse, MICHIGAN (USA)

Bay’s extensive acquisition of both P- wave & S- wave seismic data, combined with our experience, and a full suite of standard and experimental seismic sources, has provided us with the knowledge necessary to help you design your survey with the acquisition parameters required to image the subsurface environment at your site ...

MPT - Model EIT2000 Series - Electrical Impedance Tomography System

by Multi-Phase Technologies, LLC.     based in Sparks, NEVADA (USA)

The EIT2000 Series system is designed for long-term monitoring of subsurface processes. The system is able to make  threedimensional subsurface images using electrical resistivity tomography (ERT) or electrical impedance tomography (EIT). ERT/EIT is a proven technology for monitoring fluid infiltration and enhanced remediation technologies ...

MPT - Model DAS-1 - Electrical Impedance Tomography System

by Multi-Phase Technologies, LLC.     based in Sparks, NEVADA (USA)

The MPT DAS-1 Electrical Impedance Tomography System is an integrated induced polarization (IP) system, with 8 channels, each channel containing a 24-bit A to D converter and microprocessor for improved dynamic range. It is capable of collecting 3-D subsurface images using Electrical Resistivity Tomography (ERT) or Electrical Impedance Tomography ...

Ground Penetrating Radar

by GeoModel, Inc.     based in Leesburg, VIRGINIA (USA)

Ground penetrating radar (GPR) produces an underground cross-sectional image of the subsurface soil and rock. Depths of up to 15 feet (4.6 meters) can be examined at fairly high resolution. GeoModel, Inc. conducts surveys using a GPR digital control unit and various antennas with frequencies ranging from 400 MHz to 1,500 MHz.

Utility Asset Labels

by Express, Inc.     based in San Diego, CALIFORNIA (USA)

Available in various configurations, all featuring anodized aluminum with sub-surface images for outstanding durability and dependable readability for the life of your assets. Attach with mechanical fasteners or lifetime industrial adhesives. Durable sub-surface image lasts decades in the most demanding environments.

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