NEWSLETTER JULY 2016

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NEWSLETTER JULY, 2016

We are pleased to bring you the latest news on geophysical services and products available from Australia in 2016.

ASEG-PESA-AIG Conference 2016

Alpha Geoscience is attending the ASEG-PESA-AIG Conference in Adelaide from 21 to 24 August, and would like to invite you to our booth # 59.  We will have a wide range of geophysical instruments on the stand and technical expertise to discuss your needs, whether it be for instruments or services.
Instruments that are anticipated to be on the stand include:

 

  • magROCK Magnetic Susceptibility Meter
  • Well Logger with Winch, Matrix and a number of Probes
  • FastSnap Time Domain EM System
  • Geode G24 Seismograph
    Jim LoCoco, from Mount Sopris Instruments will also be on hand to provide technical information on the range of logging equipment and probes available.

    Borehole Logging Workshop

    Alpha, in conjunction with Mount Sopris Instruments (Denver, Co, USA) is holding a two day workshop on borehole logging orientated to the mineral, coal, engineering and groundwater arena. This workshop will be on the Thursday and Friday after the ASEG-PESA-AIG Conference in Adelaide from 25 to 26 August, with a practical session at the Glenside uranium test pits included as part of the workshop.  If you have not received a flyer or would like further information please contact our office or email info@alpha-geo.com.

    Rental Instruments

    Alpha have a number of hire portable well logging systems and these are now available for short or long term rental.  We also have ex-rental logging systems for sale at a discounted cost. Our rental instruments are listed on the Rental Rates and Agreement form found on the website.  If there are items you are interested in but are not included in our Rental Rates and Agreement then please contact the staff and we will endeavour to do our best to find the equipment you require.

    FEATURED PRODUCTS

    The magROCK, for measuring magnetic susceptibility in rocks, cores and samples, incorporates the latest in measurement and display technology while retaining the sound physical principles that enable improved sensitivity and accuracy.

    The MagROCK features:

    -The magROCK uses two ferrite cored coils that give higher sensitivity and accuracy.  This is not possible in smaller instruments.
    -Low frequency, 750 Hz, for deep penetration of rock sample and is optimal for avoiding erroneous readings caused by the simultaneous measurement of conductivity and susceptibility.
    -A unique display feature of the magROCK is the reversal of the display for ‘ease-of-reading’ when the unit is held upside down.
    -Digital and graphical display
    -Sensitivity of the magROCK is 1 x 10-5 SI Units
    -Ruggedised assembly with ergonomic designed case
    -Large memory stores 30 sets of 128 readings – total of 3,840 individual readings
    -The magROCK can operate in static or scanning mode
    -Data transfer by USB output (waterproof connector)
    -User friendly menu system
    Please contact us for more information: news@alpha-geo.com
    Transient Technologies LLC have been engaged in scientific research in ground penetrating radar technology since 1998. The utilization of a modern approach and the latest technology ensure that the VIY®-series GPR is always at the forefront of the industry.

    VIY-series GPR features:

    -Quick system deployment 18-bit receiver (ADC – the biggest digit capacity in GPR)
    -Practical & robust monoblock design
    -Wifi connection from laptop to antenna
    -Shielded antennas
    -Rugged fiberglass cases
    -User-friendly encapsulated push-pull connectors
    -Long run time on a single battery charge
    -User-friendly, simple & reliable connection of measuring wheel without any tools
    -Dust-and-dirt proof measuring wheel antenna connects with a laptop directly through USB cable (no Control Unit = lower cost, better value)
    -Supports external GPS receiver
    -Extra devices (measuring wheel, GPS) connect with antenna without any extra cables between antenna and computer
    -Automatic topographic correction
    -Telbin technology decreases noise and increases investigation depth
    -Data is processed in a computer, errors can be corrected, the original data does not change
    -Single built-in battery (charges through the antenna connector)
    For more info please visit: http://viy.ua/e/

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