Equipment

1.   2 Fully equipped drilling rigs (rows, pipes, single, double and split inner tube barrels), special samplers, cutters, water pumps, SPT samplers, water level meters).
2.  Luzeon testing equipment (pressure vessels, pumps, Packers mechanical seals)
3.  Inclinometer pcs. 1 type Slope indicator, Program: Digi Pro
4.  In situ soil testing equipment (2 plate loading apparatus (plates diameter 300mm & 600mm), CBR on site, 2 on-site density cone apparatus)

GENERAL FIELD WORK EQUIPMENT

1.  Trucks – 3
2.  Vans – 3
3.  Pumping test apparatus equipment – 1

1. Site instruments for geological surveys (compasses, gps handhelds, geological hammers, prophilometer, Schmidt hammer)

GENERAL FIELD WORK EQUIPMENT

Vans trucks unit 2

The following scientific instruments are used to perform geophysical outdoor measurements:

  • Std field equipment Terrameter SAS 1000  An automatic multichannel resistor measuring system with internal channel selector (multiplexer).
  • 2 polyclonal cables (21 strands) of signal transfer with 21 outputs each per 5 meters.
  • 42 steel piles and 42 cables connecting them with the signal cables.
  • 1 12V and 55Ah battery.
  • RS232 cable for transferring data from the logging system to the computer for further processing.
  • GARMIN etrex and GARMIN OREGON handheld GPS for geographic and spatial mapping of tomography
  • Camera.

The following scientific instruments are used to perform geophysical outdoor measurements:

  • Georadar SIR3000 GSSI with antennas of 200, 400, 3000 Mhz
  • 1 stranded 18-pin signal cable with 18 outputs each
  • Cart with distance measuring device that can adjust and recording based on length
  • GARMIN etrex handheld GPS for geographic and spatial mapping of tomography
  • Camera

The equipment used on site included:

  • 8 vertical 4.5 Mega Frequency Geophones and 1 Geophone to use trigger.
  • An 8-pin cable per 5 m for connecting geophones to a PC.
  • A 6 kg heavy weight hammer to create seismic vibrations.
  • A 20cm x 20cm iron plate.
  • 50 m cable to connect the geophone device to the laptop.

Laptop PANASONIC TOUGHBOOK CF-19 Core i5 for checking and saving logs.

Equipment

1.   2 Fully equipped drilling rigs (rows, pipes, single, double and split inner tube barrels), special samplers, cutters, water pumps, SPT samplers, water level meters).
2.  Luzeon testing equipment (pressure vessels, pumps, Packers mechanical seals)
3.  Inclinometer pcs. 1 type Slope indicator, Program: Digi Pro
4.  In situ soil testing equipment (2 plate loading apparatus (plates diameter 300mm & 600mm), CBR on site, 2 on-site density cone apparatus)

GENERAL FIELD WORK EQUIPMENT

1.  Trucks – 3
2.  Vans – 3
3.  Pumping test apparatus equipment – 1

1. Site instruments for geological surveys (compasses, gps handhelds, geological hammers, prophilometer, Schmidt hammer)

GENERAL FIELD WORK EQUIPMENT

Vans trucks unit 2

The following scientific instruments are used to perform geophysical outdoor measurements:

  • Std field equipment Terrameter SAS 1000  An automatic multichannel resistor measuring system with internal channel selector (multiplexer).
  • 2 polyclonal cables (21 strands) of signal transfer with 21 outputs each per 5 meters.
  • 42 steel piles and 42 cables connecting them with the signal cables.
  • 1 12V and 55Ah battery.
  • RS232 cable for transferring data from the logging system to the computer for further processing.
  • GARMIN etrex and GARMIN OREGON handheld GPS for geographic and spatial mapping of tomography
  • Camera.

The following scientific instruments are used to perform geophysical outdoor measurements:

  • Georadar SIR3000 GSSI with antennas of 200, 400, 3000 Mhz
  • 1 stranded 18-pin signal cable with 18 outputs each
  • Cart with distance measuring device that can adjust and recording based on length
  • GARMIN etrex handheld GPS for geographic and spatial mapping of tomography
  • Camera

The equipment used on site included:

  • 8 vertical 4.5 Mega Frequency Geophones and 1 Geophone to use trigger.
  • An 8-pin cable per 5 m for connecting geophones to a PC.
  • A 6 kg heavy weight hammer to create seismic vibrations.
  • A 20cm x 20cm iron plate.
  • 50 m cable to connect the geophone device to the laptop.

Laptop PANASONIC TOUGHBOOK CF-19 Core i5 for checking and saving logs.

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