Enserv's rental inventory includesAGI's SuperSting R8 IP 8 channel Memory Earth Resistivity and IP Meter. The Supersting R8 can be used to for projects ranging from simple simple Wenner surveys to 2D and 3D earth imaging surveys. The R8 produces multiple-channel simultaneous measurements for efficient production. Enserv's cables provide 56 take-outs at 20' spacing.
The new Geode 24 seismic recorder (seismograph) is the next generation of seismic instrument recording system, combining the best of Geometrics' traditional seismic recorders with the flexibility and convenience of a distributed system. It's ideal for refraction or reflection, downhole or VSP - even tomography surveys.
Place a Geode module out on the line close to the geophones or well head and eliminate long, expensive analog cables. Never hassle with poor connections and bad roll box contacts when doing a reflection seimic survey. And when you are not using the Geode for exploring, use it for monitoring earthquakes, quarry blasts or vibration from heavy equipment.
Geode architecture and Geometrics software lets you build seismic recording systems from 3 to 1000 channels with multiple lines and built-in roll capability. The low power Geodes even have an on-board hardware correlator that can be used for swept sources and MiniSosie (psuedo-random) surveys and compress data before transmission.
The Geode seismic modules house from 3 to 24 channels each, weigh only 8 lbs.(3.6 kg) and interconnect using inexpensive digital network cable. The Geode will run all day on a small 12v battery and sleeps when not in use.
For light-duty applications, you can run the Geode from your laptop to view, record, and process your data. The software interfaces to the Geode as a simple high-speed network device, eliminating the need for special drivers and cards. For more demanding applications where ruggedness and reliability are key, use the Geode in combination with Geometrics' StrataVisor NZ series seismographs.
And because getting the answer is key, Geometrics bundles the Geode with a suite of industry-standard professional software that expands you capabilities for commercial or research applications.
Enserv's Geode 24 can be combined with our 24 geophones and take-out cable with 20' spacing. Currently, Enserv can offer 14 Hz vertical geophones. Both our geophones and our take-out cable are compatible with Mueller connectors.
Rental Rates: Daily Rate Prep Fee
Geode 24 $ 100.00 $ 150.00 Seismograph cable with (24) 20' take-outs $ 10.00 $ 25.00 14 Hz vertical geophones set of 24 $ 50.00 $ 25.00
Utility Locating / Pipe and Cable Locating
Enserv provides Radiodetection's RD4000 series locators. The PXL receiver and T10 transmitter operate on multiple frequencies while the PXL can also receive 50/60 Hz power and passive radio.