User-friendly Geophysical Instruments
Spend more time acquiring data and less time learning how to use the equipment. Subsuelo3d designs,develop, manufactures, and sells the geophysical equipment listed below. We are recognized as the manufacturer of user-friendly geophysical instruments.
Instruments for shallow subsurface exploration
Our SeismeX16 (16 channels) and SeismeX24 (24 ch) exploration seismographs are modern geophysical instruments designed to record natural or man-induced soil vibrations. These seismographs are routinely used for: (1) Seismic refraction studies; (2) Refraction Micro-tremor (ReMi); (3) Multichannel Analysis of Surface Waves (MASW), (4) Downhole velocity surveys; (5) Shallow seismic reflection imaging.
The SuperOne seismograph is a single channel, versatile, low cost, easy to use exploration seismograph. Multichannel (up to 24 channels) seismic records can be acquired with this instrument, one channel at a time. This instrument can be easily used for: (1) Seismic refraction studies (P and S waves) (2) MASW seismic studies.
The GeoAmp 303 is a versatile DC resistivity meter, designed to be easy to transport and operate. Main applications are: (1) Groundwater exploration; (2) Mapping of contaminant plumes; (3) Underground cavity and sinkhole detection; (4) Geotechnical studies and (5) Bedrock imaging.
The Switch AMS001 is an automatic control module that allows the acquisition of 2-dimensional DC Electrical Resistivity Tomographic (ERT) images of the subsurface in a rapid and reliable manner. This module requires the use of a GeoAmp 303.
The Quick exploration seismograph is a highly sensitive wireless system intended for seismic exploration of the subsurface. This equipment is the most modern on the market, as it is the only one that allows you to harvest, view, and save data directly on a smartphone.
User-friendly geophysical instruments for non-destructive testing
We understand the need to collect good geophysical data. And we also understand that too many settings, menus, options, sliders, check-boxes, etc. can be confusing and challenging for the end-user. We strive to make only user-friendly geophysical equipment.