S-Boom triple plate boomer now available for rental!
12 December 2013
The Applied acoustics S-Boom has become renowned as the leading source for Ultra High Resolution marine seismic surveys. Already recognised for producing high resolution seabed profiles, the fusion of these three transducers delivers a source level high enough to significantly increase sub-bottom penetration while maintaining a vertical resolution of better than 0.25 metres.
Innovation within the energy source sees the S-Boom capable of operating at a maximum energy output of 1000 Joules per pulse, and firing at 3 pulses per second. At this setting, the S-Boom has achieved penetration results of over 200ms through sand and limestone whilst delivering the high resolution records expected of boomer systems.
The S-Boom is powered by a CSP- S1250 power supply and can be supplied with a Geometrics MicroEel seismic streamer, formulating a perfect data acquisition package suitable for construction geological surveys including shallow gas mitigation.
Geomatrix are pleased to announce that a second EM61MK2 (TDEM metal detector) and EM38MK2 (FDEM Conductivity and Magnetic Susceptibility meter) have been added into our lease pool.
Our Electromagnetic range now includes; 2 x EM61M2s, 2 x EM31MK2s, 2 x EM38MK2s, 1 x EM34-3 and a CMD Explorer.
Please feel free to contact us for availability and pricing information.
Introducing the KT-10 Magnetic Susceptibility and Conductivity meter
14 September 2013
The KT-10 Magnetic Susceptibility and Conductivity meter is now available for rental!! The Terraplus KT-10 magnetic susceptibility & conductivity meters are tailored towards characterising rock samples or drill cores. The instrument offers interactive metadata and QC functions helping to maintain data quality throughout a survey. The KT-10 is the ideal tool for both Exploration Geophysics and Geoarchaeological studies!
lease feel free to contact us for more information.
The polarity of the Suns magnetic field is about to reverse!
2 August 2013
The Sun is about to reach the midpoint between Solar Maximums where the magnetic field changes polarity. This event occurs approximately every eleven years and has been observed by Stanford’s Wilcox Solar Observatory 3 times. Solar activity (sun spots and solar flares) is not likely to change during this transition but it is worth taking note of this grand event. For more information please see http://science.nasa.gov/science-news/science-at-nasa/2013/05aug_fieldflip/
Geomatrix wins the bi-annual Sales Excellence award
19 June 2013
Geomatrix is pleased to receive the bi-annual Sales Excellence award from Geometrics Inc for continuing high sales of the G-882 marine magnetometer. Geomatrix total sales of this excellent product for marine search and mapping now totals some 121 units with 43 units sold in the last 2 years alone, and yet more systems on order with the manufacturer.
Geomatrix Director Chris Leech says this shows what an excellent design the G-882 magnetometer is, reliable and with superb resolution and high sampling rates which combine to make an ideal high resolution magnetic mapping tool for the underwater environment, either in standalone mode, or combined in arrays for wide swath mapping.