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Underground water Detectors Aqua Long Range

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Underground water Detectors

Today we will talk about one of the best aqua aquarium detectors,
This device, which is classified as groundwater detectors, has gained a widespread all over the world and was considered by many to be an essential device in the search for groundwater underground, The page of the University of Kufa in the Republic of Iraq (Through the Department of Remote Sensing) on their official page on the Facebook platform.

A report on the aqua system and its findings in the search for groundwater

System and the principle of operation of the device
This system of groundwater detectors works to detect and identify targets from a long distance, transmitting this type of detectors and receiving different frequency waves, including digitally treated HSW frequencies, or low-frequency resonance waves.

Brief description of the Aqua groundwater detector

The Aqua Water Detector works on a remote sensing system to locate groundwater from long distances.

The Aqua device specializes in detecting and searching for underground water with great accuracy.

To form the signal and load it on highly sensitive wave paths (HSW) Advanced signal transmission and reception.

Built-in sensing and detection, where the device can detect water by aiming towards the target accompanied by a sound alarm indicator towards the target.

Controls 5 volume modes as well as silent or vibrator mode.

Optical interface showing selected search modes of target type, depth, and distance.

Optional water types: natural water, saltwater, mineral water, and all kinds of water.

Optional search depths, starting from 0 to the specified depth: 25 m -50 m -100 m -150 m -200 m.

Optional forward search distance, starting from 0 to the specified distance: 25 m -50 m -100 m -150 m -200 m.

Aqua is easy to work with and anyone can use it.

Do groundwater detectors penetrate deep depths?

This type of groundwater detector penetrates ground layers to great depths.

These waves and frequencies can penetrate deeper layers of the earth and verify the presence of water or target to be searched within long distances, this type of device is affected by the impact and impact of the target and the electrostatic field of the target, and the method of tracking and search is different from one device to another, and also provide multiple results and data.

Identification and discovery of four confirmed points by the team of remote sensing department at the University of Iraq.

The team at the Remote Sensing Center explored the location, depth and type of groundwater for one of the reclaimed lands for agriculture and livestock purposes belonging to an investor located in the village of Raheima west of Najaf city.

In the center of its western desert and 45 km in the south of the Najaf Sea area of 3000 acres.

The staff of the Center for Remote Sensing at the University of Kufa in Iraq using AQUA groundwater detector, which uses remote sensing technology (remote sensing technology) to identify four proven sites where drilling can be done to extract groundwater to depths ranging from 50-200 meters.

Water is very arable and abundant.

Information Center for Remote Sensing University of Kufa

Groundwater and its mechanism and how to benefit from it to know the depth, quality, and quantity of groundwater.

As part of the exploration of other sites in the aqua system in an area of 50 acres in Najaf, Iraq, the neighborhood of Nidaa where the Center identified 4 sites for the extraction of groundwater using a water detector AQUA with depths ranging from 150 to 200 meters water, abundant and suitable for drinking and agriculture.

The exploration was conducted in the presence and supervision of Dr. Hussein Shaker Al-Bahrani Director of Remote Sensing Center, University of Kufa, in charge of Urban Planning Division, Najaf Municipality.

Remote Sensing Center participates Aqua in the exhibition of modern and old devices within the cultural week of the University of Kufa, which was held on the corridors of the Faculty of Science / University of Kufa.