Seistronix was founded in Silicon Valley in 1982, and has been manufacturing instrumentation for the geophysical industry for over 25 years. Seistronix moved to Folsom, California in 1989, and then to our current location in Rancho Cordova, California, a suburb of Sacramento, in 1991. Seistronix manufacturers seismographs for all types of seismic applications, from small geophysical surveys to large scale oil and gas exploration. Our instruments are in use everyday around the world helping people in a wide variety of disciplines better image the sub-surface.
Our first product was a high-speed plotter that produced paper records for seismic crews. Our first seismograph, the DS-6, was introduced in 1994, followed closely by the RAS-24. All of our current seismic systems are based on the distributed approach to seismic instrumentation where individual seismographs can be connected together to create larger systems. To ensure signal integrity, all of our seismographs use 24-bit A/D converters for the widest dynamic range and sensitivity. With the recent introduction of the EX-12 seismograph, we now have instruments that address the whole range of seismic exploration.