List of direct current (DC) electrical resistivity and induced polarization (IP) imaging equipment manufacturers

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List of direct current (DC) electrical resistivity and induced polarization (IP) imaging equipment manufacturers

Postby Resource » Mon Nov 02, 2009 6:42 pm

Iris Instruments, France, http://www.iris-instruments.com
Syscal series: resistivity and IP, with marine capacity
CORIM system: continuous resistivity profiling, without planting electrodes

Abem Instrument AB, Sweden, http://www.abem.se
Terrameter Series: resistivity and IP

BTSK, P.R.China, http://wtsgeo.com
WGMD Series: resistivity and IP

Allied Associates Geophysical LTD, U.K., http://www.allied-associates.co.uk
Allied Tigre systems: resistivity

GF Instruments, Czech Republic, http://www.gfinstruments.cz
ARES: resistivity and IP

Advanced Geosciences, Inc. (AGI), U.S.A., http://www.agiusa.com
Supersting series, resistivity and induced polarization (IP)
Surpersting marine: marine resistivity logging
Supersting remote: long term resistivity and IP monitoring

Multi-Phase Technologies, LLC, U.S.A., http://www.mpt3d.com
MPT DAS-1: resistivity and IP
MPT EIT2000 Series: long term resistivity and IP monitoring

Geometrics, U.S.A., http://www.geometrics.com
Ohmmaper: continuous resistivity profiling, without planting electrodes


ZZ Resistivity Imaging Pty Ltd, Australia, http://www.zzgeo.com
FlashRES64: 61 Channel Resistivity Imaging System
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Re: List of direct current (DC) resistivity and induced polarization (IP) imaging equipment manufacturers

Postby owiel » Tue Nov 03, 2009 8:54 pm

These are companies manufacturing multi-electrode DC electrical resistivity systems, right?
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Re: List of direct current (DC) resistivity and induced polarization (IP) imaging equipment manufacturers

Postby Resource » Wed Nov 04, 2009 12:53 pm

Exactly. Today multi electrodes system is a must for fast resistivity profiling and tomography surveys.
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New models of DC and IP instruments

Postby Resource » Fri Jul 01, 2011 10:22 am

Iris
Syscal Pro Switch resistivity imaging equipment with large graphic screen - Real time display of apparent resistivity pseudo section and data quality control
http://www.iris-instruments.com/News/news.html

GF Instruments
GEPS-2000 - High power(2500 V – 10 A – 3500 W), deep penetration depth (1000m-2000m)
Geoelectric Power Sounder GEPS-2000 is a device for data acquisition and interpretation of deep VES (vertical electrical sounding) as well as for 8 channel profiling (resistivity and IP sections). It can be used for measurements up to 1000 – 2000 m depth allowing both high voltage and high current injection of transmitter current according to real measuring conditions.The device consists of powerful, overload protected transmitter supplied from two portable electric generators (with total power of 4000 W) and of detachable receiver. The operation is provided from a user’s laptop. GEPS-2000 is a made-to-order device its features can be modified.Measured data from GEPS-2000 acquired from several VES can be assembled into resistivity and IP sections using the interpretation software delivered with the device. Data output from 8 channel profiling is matched with RES2DINV inversion software.
http://www.gfinstruments.cz/index.php?m ... ps_&ear=ov
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Re: List of direct current (DC) resistivity and induced polarization (IP) imaging equipment manufacturers

Postby gizmo » Sun Jul 03, 2011 4:26 pm

DMT, Gemany, http://www.dmt.de/
Resecs: PC controlled DC resistivity meter, up to 8 channels and 960 addressable electrodes. (I've also used this for borehole and CR surveys).

Zonge International, U.S.A., http://www.zonge.com/
Independent receivers and transmitters can be configured for resistivity, IP and CR.
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Re: List of direct current (DC) resistivity and induced polarization (IP) imaging equipment manufacturers

Postby Resource » Sun Jul 03, 2011 5:54 pm

gizmo wrote:DMT, Gemany, http://www.dmt.de/
Resecs: PC controlled DC resistivity meter, up to 8 channels and 960 addressable electrodes. (I've also used this for borehole and CR surveys).

Another multi-channel instrument, nice.

gizmo wrote:Zonge International, U.S.A., http://www.zonge.com/
Independent receivers and transmitters can be configured for resistivity, IP and CR.

Zonge is very good at making their own instruments, I don't know why we forgot to put it on the list the first time. Thanks again for the input, gizmo!
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Re: List of direct current (DC) resistivity and induced polarization (IP) imaging equipment manufacturers

Postby searcher » Tue Jan 31, 2012 2:20 pm

Though it's not multi-electrode, anyone who is involved in prospecting or sampling ought to consider the MiniRes from L and R Instruments (www.landrinstruments.com). Bang for the buck, weight and size, it's probably the best and most accurate resistivity/IP box on the market-place.
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Re: List of direct current (DC) electrical resistivity and induced polarization (IP) imaging equipment manufacturers

Postby BogdanNistor » Tue Apr 23, 2013 8:11 am

New instrument POLARES in AC from PASI Italy
http://www.pasisrl.it/pg/product.php?ln=en&pr=47
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Re: List of direct current (DC) electrical resistivity and induced polarization (IP) imaging equipment manufacturers

Postby kaminae » Mon Jun 10, 2013 9:55 am

TOMOZOND multichannel ERT instruments from SGD.
http://zond-geo.ru/english/services/equ ... pment-sgd/
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