Vacuum excavation is fast becoming a best practice in the field of construction and site excavation. Why? Because it uses jets of air (air excavation) or water (hydro excavation) to loosen soil, instead of a heavy metal claw. After loosening, the soil is pulled out of the ground through an air vacuum hose to a debris tank for later disposal or back-filling. Using non-destructive technology can quickly, safely and economically excavate in areas inaccessible to conventional digging equipment like backhoes and...
Our GPR products aid in determining mining safety, establishing bedrock depth, mapping sand and gravel deposits, ascertain rock quality, in addition to mineral exploration. Mining professionals use ground penetrating radar to accurately locate underground structures before drilling, blasting or carrying face operations. Ground penetrating radar is instrumental in helping to identify overhead separations in order to prevent ceiling collapses. In deep mine applications, ground penetrating radar is invaluable for...
Batch mixing generally refers to mixing processes in vessels and ITS tomography instrumentation provides a tool to understand, optimise and control mixing. Tomography sensors take data from between 200 to 2,400 measurement points in a single snapshot, thus providing a sound basis to monitor changes in concentration of different materials and so quantify mixing. Sensors can be retrofitted through using probe based instruments, scanning the z-axis (which usually presents the key challenge to effective mixing)....
Level detection is a very widespread measurement requirement. Whilst there are many techniques for detecting liquid surfaces, it is much more challenging to identify the interface between liquids and other systems.
Multiphase flows are complex and unpredictable however they have a significant bearing on the safety, costs and revenues of many processes – particularly in oil and gas, but also in aerospace, chemicals and other sectors.
GPRs allow you to find a location, measure a depth of underground pipes, and cables, and other infrastructure items. The unique quality of GPR - they can find both metallic and non-metallic items with an equal efficiency.
In construction and infrastructure field GPR application makes it possible to have the most detailed topography of undergrounding. GPRs help to discover ground water location, old underground passages and cavities remains and karst layers.
In archaeology using GPR you can process considerable areas of planned excavations. Therefore, the needed excavation area can be substantially reduced. Time and financial costs reduce as well. Examining historical buildings GPRs allow to find hidden rooms, spot areas of demolition in the object structure. What is remarkable, you can make a noncontact research with GPR (e.g. above ground surface).
Sitelab's mobile laboratory was used by a client at a former oil refinery in Kansas and at a large tank farm in Massachusetts. The UVF data was used to delineate and map subsurface plumes of NAPL. Oil samples were collected from monitoring wells and analyzed for their GRO/DRO or VPH/EPH content.
BOC Sciences is committed to supplying cost-effective products and services. We provide Iopromide (Cas No:73334-07-3). More information, please visit the website: http://www.bocsci.com/iopromide-cas-73334-07-3-item-301958.html
EVS , MVS, and EnterVol are essential tools for geologists and geophysicists. No longer are you limited to 2D fence diagrams and crude guesses. Discover dozens of new ways to interpret your site`s boring logs as a group in 3D.
EVS-PRO and MVS have the ability to build extremely complex geologic models directly from boring logs using indicator kriging in addition to our layered approach. Both EVS and MVS can create complex models that accurately represent subsurface lithology as seen in the video below:
Apart from Mining, Oil & Gas and Contaminated Sites, geostatistics applies to a great variety of applications: air quality monitoring, subsurface modelling and natural hazards, biological resources, precision agriculture, not to mention other fields such as geochemistry, epidemiology, meteorology, forestry, archeology, etc. Whatever the nature of your spatial data, geostatistics provide powerful and flexible solutions for spatial data analysis, sampling optimization, 2D/3D mapping and risk assessment.
Crystallisation is a key reaction in pharmaceutical and other process sectors. The combination of two ionic species in solution to form a solid frequently produces a strong change in electrical properties which can be tracked using ITS electrical resistance tomography sensors. Sensor arrays are produced on two different formats:
VIY3 GPRs allow to have a topography of subterrain structure down to 15 meters. That the good application for underground water exploration, searching for harmful chemical pollutions and underground cavities finding.
PROJECT OVERVIEW: The iconic Markthal in Rotterdam. Supply of unique 0.4mm vertical slot PVC screen for the Aquifer Thermal Storage Energy system at Markthal, a 95,000m2 residential and commercial building with an indoor market hall.
EVS, MVS, and EnterVol excel in their ability to handle analysis and visualization of geophysical data. For example, 3D resistivity can be analyzed from 2D ground arrays and airborne surveys. Electrical resistivity surveys offer the ability to inexpensively collect vast quantities of three-dimensional subsurface data. Environmental sciences, mining, archaeology and many other disciplines can benefit from these measurement techniques. However, their large irregular datasets offer significant challenges related to...
Slurry transportation is required in a diverse range of sectors, from food to minerals processing; and oil sands processing to nuclear waste management. As a process it requires significant levels of energy and the abrasive nature of materials used can lead to ongoing issues of pipeline erosion.
Geoscientific software solutions for the environmental industry. RockWare offers a plethora of services related to the modeling and display of subsurface soil and groundwater plumes. The RockWorks and LogPlot software can be used in conjunction with GIS, CAD and flow and transport programs such as Groundwater Vistas to create 2D and 3D diagrams, as well as volume and mass calculations