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Subsurface Imaging (Geology) equipment

  • ESD - Subsurface Depressurization Systems

    The ESD Manufactured Subsurface Depressurization Systems are used to place a small vacuum beneath the foundation of a building, extract volatile organic vapors and minimize the potential for harmful vapors entering the building. The ESD Waste2Water, Inc Soil Vapor Mitigation Systems are designed to require minimal maintenance with a quiet ...

    By ESD Waste2Water, Inc. based in Ocala, FLORIDA (USA). from Remediation - Custom Components & Electronics Product line

  • Geokon - Model 4600 (M) -VW - Subsurface Settlement Sensor

    The Model 4600 Settlement System is designed for the remote measurement of surface or subsurface settlement in fills, surcharges, dams, embankments, etc. A borehole is drilled which allows a pressure transducer to be anchored to solid ground below the area of settlement. A fluid filled tube extends upward connecting the transducer to a reservoir ...

    By Geokon Inc based in Lebanon, NEW HAMPSHIRE (USA). from Settlement Sensors Product line

  • Model Series 1800 - Aluminum Subsurface Buoys

    InterOcean systems provides a line of aluminum buoys and steel buoys to provide rugged floatation for a variety of offshore and oceanographic applications.The Series 1800 Aluminum Subsurface Buoys are designed to provide buoyancy for taut mooring of instrument packages in coastal waters, bays, rivers, harbors, lakes and reservoirs. All Series 1800 ...

    By InterOcean Systems LLC based in San Diego, CALIFORNIA (USA). from Mooring Systems Product line

  • 2D & 3D Electrical Resistivity Imaging

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

    By Apex Geoservices Ltd based in Wexford, IRELAND.

  • SuperSting Wi-Fi - Earth Resistivity Monitoring - Induced Polarization Imaging - Self-Potential Portable Instrument

    The SuperSting Wi-Fi is a next-generation electrical resistivity meter and induced polarization (IP), and self-potential (SP) system, used to scan and image the subsurface of the earth and visualize the results in 2D slices or 3D vol

    By Advanced Geosciences, Inc. based in Austin, TEXAS (USA).

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    Adams Ricardo - Gas Vapor Implant Installation Kit

    AMS 6-inches (152mm) Gas Vapor Implant Installation Kit are used for permanent soil gas monitoring, UST monitoring, groundwater sampling, air sparging, vapor extraction monitoring, and as a pressure measurement point in vacuum testing. This kit allows a user to obtain or collect a soil gas sample by positioning or placing a 6” implant in the ...

    By Art’s Manufacturing and Supply, Inc. (AMS Inc.) based in American Falls, IDAHO (USA). from Soil Gas Samplers Product line

  • Ground Penetrating Radar

    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.

    By Apex Geoservices Ltd based in Wexford, IRELAND.

  • Bio Slurping Multi-Phase Extracion System (MPE)

    The technique MPE (Multi Phase Extraction) uses the application of a certain degree of vacuum to the subsurface relating to the contaminated area.

    By GeoStream Srl based in Tarcento (UD), ITALY. from Groundwater and Soil Treatment Product line

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    AMS - Soil Core Samplers

    AMS Soil Core Samplers allow you to collect relatively undisturbed soil core samples from the subsurface or from pre-augered boreholes. AMS soil core samplers collect relatively undisturbed soil core samples into liners that may be easily transferred to a lab for soil profiling or chemical analysis. The liner may also be extruded in the field for ...

    By Art’s Manufacturing and Supply, Inc. (AMS Inc.) based in American Falls, IDAHO (USA). from Soil Samplers - Soil Core Samplers Product line

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

    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 ...

    By Hooshmand Sazan Jahan based in Tehran, IRAN.

  • Membrane Interface Probe (MIP)

    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.

    By EJLSKOV A/S based in Aarhus N, DENMARK.

  • Model MPT-EIT2000 Series - Electrical Impedance Tomography System

    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 ...

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

  • Model MPT DAS-1 - Electrical Impedance Tomography System

    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 ...

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

  • MALÅ MIRA - 3D Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR) System

    The most technically advanced 3D ground penetrating radar (GPR) system on the market. MALÅ Imaging Radar Array (MIRA) is a one-pass 3D system providing a cost-effective solution for large scale mapping and subsurface object identification. It is the only system of its kind that seamlessly integrates acquisition, processing, QA/QC, ...

    By Guideline Geo based in Sundbyberg, SWEDEN. from MALÅ Product line

  • Cut-Off Walls

    The traditional liquid slurry trench method is well known for creating hydraulic barriers and has been used for decades to stem the flow of subsurface water and water-borne contamination. In many cases, a backfill material with more structural strength is desired, particularly where subsurface flow rates are high or in earthen dams or dikes where ...

    By AquaBlok, Ltd. based in Swanton, OHIO (USA). from Geotechnical Applications Product line

  • Radiodetection - Model RD1000+ - Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR)

    The RD1000+ GPR detects non-conductive underground utilities using advanced image-processing filters and wide-band radar technology.

    By Radiodetection - an SPX Corporation brand based in Raymond, MICHIGAN (USA). from Environmental - Cable Avoidance Product line

  • ART - Jection Remediation Technologies

    As part of our continued efforts to improve the ART Technologies and increase efficacy, the ART-Jection Technologies alternative has been developed. This technology builds on the proven ART Integrated design and allows for the addition of amendments (gas or liquid) directly into the formation as part of the in-well processes. Amendments may ...

    By Accelerated Remediation Technologies, Inc. (ART) based in Overland Park, KANSAS (USA).

  • Bentonite - Granular Seal

    Granular Seal is a high swelling, chemically unaltered sodium bentonite which contains no additives. When Granular Seal comes into contact with water, it forms a semi solid, gel-like mass which fills formation voids and limits water movement within the hole. This semi solid mass also prevents surface water from following the bore hole to ...

    By Probe-Lease based in Ottawa, KANSAS (USA).

  • Pneumatic Fracturing (PF)

    Pneumatic Fracturing (PF) can best be described as a process whereby a gas is injected into the subsurface at pressures exceeding the natural in situ pressures in the soil/rock interface (i.e. overburden pressure, cohesive stresses, etc.) and at flow volumes exceeding the natural permeability of the formation.

    By ARS Technologies Inc. based in New Brunswick, NEW JERSEY (USA). from Environmental Fracturing Product line

  • Systems for Thermography

    Inspection systems with cameras operating in the visible wavelength range usually cannot detect sub-surface defects, and sometimes even those on the surface are hard to find. In these cases, thermography can be a solution. Thermography is an imaging technique used to display the surface temperature or the IR radiation intensity of objects using IR ...

    By Intego based in Erlangen, GERMANY. from Thermography Product line

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