Seismic sources18 x 20 channels: 10Hz digital geophones for hybrid seismic surveying
6 x 20 channels: 4.5Hz digital geophones for multichannel analysis of surface waves (Rayleigh MASW)
Central remote unit for data recording using a standard PC
Seismic Instruments(Austin, USA)
SUMMIT Compact by DMT GmbH & Co. KG
10 × 24 channels: 10Hz and 20Hz geophones (24 bit delta sigma technology)
4 x 24 channels: shear wave geophones for multichannel analysis of surface waves (Love MASW) and S-waves refraction tomography
DMT GmbH & Co. KG(Essen, Germany)
Weight dropper FFWD-GX II
Free fall of a 360 kg hammer from a height of 4 m with a tool assembled on an IVECO Daily truck.
The tool is equipped with a locking mechanism preventing the rebound of the weight when it hits the base plate.
Under favourable conditions investigation depths reached 4500m.
Weight dropper BISON EWG III
The fall of a 250 kg steel piston is accelerated by elastic rubber slings. The drop height is 0.8 m. The tool is assembled on a 4×4 GAZ truck.
Under favourable conditions investigation depths reached 3000m.
Weight dropper VAKIMPAK
The weight is a 50 kg hammer connected to an anvil in an airtight cylinder. The fall is accelerated by the vacuum produced when the hammer is lifted. The drop height is 1.6m, the total weight is 750 kg.
Under favourable conditions investigation depths reached 900m.
Weight droppper SAWD
The weight of 15 kg is accelerated by a spring. The SAWD is equipped with a small hydraulic weight lifting unit driven by an electric motor. In order to save battery power the lifting of the weight can be assisted manually. Very handy in rough terrain, the total weight is 150 kg.
30 g until 1 kg
5 until 12 kg
Seismic recording systems
Smart System by Seismic Instruments
Seismic processing software
by Parallel Geoscience Corporation(Incline Village, USA)
Seismic Processing Workshop
by DECO Geophysical SC(Moscow, Russia)
Processing and interpretation software
by Intelligent Resources Inc.(Vancouver, Canada)
Refraction tomography software to image subsurface velocity structure.
by Kansas Geological Survey(Lawrence, USA)
Software for Multichannel Analysis of Surface Waves (MASW)
by Eliosoft(Trieste, Italy)
Software for Surface Wave Analysis