Air freight battery pack is extremely diffculty in Australia, this makes installing internal battery to FlashRES resistivity meter counter-productive for ZZ. We thus use an external battery and connect it with our system. The correct external battery for our system should be a 12 volt truck/car battery of ≥ 90 Amp/hr is needed.
- ZZ Resistivity Imaging Pty. Ltd.
- The suitable battery for FlashRES resistivity meter
Advantages of Corrosion Resistant Lighting in Offshore Helidecks
Advantages of Corrosion Resistant Lighting in Offshore Helidecks Corrosion resistant lighting must be installed in offshore helidecks due to the extreme nature of the hazardous location. The use of such luminaries can extend the lifespan of the location’s lighting system and provide safety for aircraft pilots and workers on the site. Read on to understand the benefits of corrosion resistant lighting, and specific requirements for offshore helideck fixtures. Corrosion Resistant Lighting Properties E...
Mapping exploitable gravel layers with Electrical Resistivity Tomography
Geoelectrical measurements in a gravel pit were used to map exploitable gravel layers, to estimate their thickness and measure the overburden. 9 profiles with a length between 235 and 715m have been measured. The maximum penetration depth was about 45m. Visualizations on maps and in 3D fence diagrams show the distribution of the mineable gravel layers and simplify the planning of the excavations. Visualizations on maps and in 3D fence diagrams show the distribution of the mineable gravel layers and simplify...
Survival of antibacterial resistance microbes in hospital-generated recycled wastewater
Hospital wastewater has the potential to be a threat to the hospital environment as it can contain pathogenic bacteria that may facilitate the resistant nature of organisms within effluent or water treatment plants. The recycling of hospital wastewater should have good quality. This study was carried out to highlight the incidence of antibiotic resistant bacteria in hospital-generated recycled water. This study was conducted in a tertiary care teaching hospital during June 2013–June 2014. One hundred and forty...
The water sector’s answer to antibiotic resistance
Can you imagine a world in which antibiotics no longer work? Almost a century after Alexander Fleming’s discovery of penicillin in 1928, the era of life-saving, life-enhancing antibiotics may be coming to an end. Antibiotics, able to effectively treat bacterial infections in humans, animals and plants, have enabled some of the greatest advances in modern medicine. Now, however, the emergence of resistant bacterial strains is accelerating, rapidly depleting our arsenal of antibiotics – and with few...
Improvements in permeation and fouling resistance of PVC ultrafiltration membranes via addition of ...
Two non-ionic and hydrophilic surfactant additives, Tetronic-1107 and Triton X-100, were added to poly(vinyl chloride)/NMP polymeric solution to prepare ultrafiltration membranes via immersion precipitation. Surfactants at three different weight percentages up to 6 wt% were added, and the fabricated membranes were characterized and their performance for water treatment in the presence of bovine serum albumin (BSA) as a foulant was assessed. The scanning electron microscopy images indicated remarkable changes in...