Geophysical Survey Equipment for Sales

Geophysical Survey Equipment for Sales

Apart from manufacturing composite tooling and high precision parts and components for clients in the aerospace, automotive, and drone industries worldwide, Fibrotek Advanced Materials is also committed to supplying innovative geophysical survey equipment for sales. With the help of our team of professionals and industry-leading experts we’ll help guide you through the buying procedure of your geophysical survey instrument depending on your application requirements.

Geophysical Survey Equipment We Sell

At Fibrotek Advanced Materials, we take pride in selling diverse geophysical survey instruments that will serve your specifications and requirements. Below, you will find an in-depth guide to each of the instruments we can provide your business with, including how they can aid you.

  1. Electrical Resistivity Imaging
  2. Electrical Resistivity Imaging (ERI), also known as Electrical Resistivity Tomography (ERT) and similar to Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR), is an electrical testing method where an electrical current is stimulated into the ground through two electrodes to determine the subsurface resistivity distribution. This data is rapidly collected and can provide information on:
  • Electrical grounding
  • Geological mapping
  • Environmental studies 
  • Mineral discovery
  • Void locating
  • Mapping of bedrock depth
  1. Gravimeter

A gravimeter is a device that surveys and measures deviations of the gravitational field of the earth triggered by concentration differences in the nearby surface sediment and rock. These measurements are almost always supplemented by a highly accurate topographic survey for all-inclusive and comprehensive data results. This data can be strategically utilized to produce data on:

  • Geographical mapping
  • Void detection
  • Oil and gas surveys
  • The examination of minerals  
  • Precise measurements of the thickness of sediment
  1. Electromagnetics Systems

Electromagnetic systems utilize a coil and alternating current that produces a magnetic field around the ring. A subsequent field is then produced in the surveyed ground to offset the force from the coil. This auxiliary magnetic field is then measured and interpreted. On the other hand, magnetometers are utilized to collect measurements of the earth's magnetic field. These geophysical survey instruments are used for several purposes, including: 

  • The mapping of contamination
  • The detection of below surface metals
  • The exploration of minerals
  • Geological mapping
  • The exploration of groundwater
  • Oil and gas surveys
  1. GPS

GPS is navigational system that receives radio frequencies from satellites that constantly circle the earth. GPS devices decode and calculate the exact location of the satellite before using these data signals to calculate a user's precise location. These devices are utilized in several industries, including:

  • Agriculture
  • Aerospace  
  • Drone in
  • Defense
  • Automotive
  1. Marine Seismic Systems

Fibrotek Advanced Materials is pleased to offer access to several marine seismic systems with various techniques, including:

  • Bathymetry
  • Side-scan sonar
  • Seismic
  • Sub-bottom profiling
  • Swath bathymetry
  • Current and tide measurements
  • Magnetometry
  • Marine safety
  • Water sampling and underwater imaging

These systems are also widely used in diverse applications ranging from the exploration of mining and miners, geological and geotechnical surveying, the exploration of oil and gas, environmental circumstances, and more.

  1. Ground Penetrating Radar

Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR) strategically utilizes radar energy to penetrate deep into the surface of the ground. This energy is then reflected back if anything interferes with it. Ground Penetrating Radar is utilized in several industries, including:

  • The construction of roads and bridges
  • Environmental studies
  • Civil infrastructures
  • Void and karst mapping
  • Geological mapping
  • The study of ice thickness
  1. LiDAR

LiDAR is a geophysical survey instrument, also known as light detection and ranging. It utilizes a pulsed laser to measure variable distances to the earth. This device generates precise, 3D information and its surface features. LiDAR is utilized for:

  • Producing maps of shorelines
  • In emergency response operations
  • To measure the height and density of vegetation

And much more.

  1. Seismic Refraction and Reflection

A seismic refraction or reflection is a combination of seismographs lined along the surface of the earth. It is used to register seismic fluctuations produced by an explosion or earthquake to indicate reflections and refractions of these frequencies from speed disruptions inside the earth's surface. This technology is utilized in various industries to:

  • Explore hydrocarbon trapping structures
  • The exploration of oil and gas

And much more.

Call Fibrotek Advanced Materials Today

At Fibrotek Advanced Materials, we have years of combined experience and industry authority. Our team is more than prepared with the knowledge and industry equipment to deliver you with excellence depending on what geophysical survey instruments you require for the job. Whether you already know what you’re looking for, or need guidance, Fibrotek Advanced Materials is here to help you with your needs and specifications.

To learn more about how we can assist you with purchasing geophysical survey instruments, please contact us at (418) -439-0999, please book a call with our team of diverse experts. We look forward to working with you.