Zond GPR

دستگاهZond یک سیستم Gpr بسیار قوی میباشد که با کیفیت تصویر بسیار بالا میتواند تصاویر اسکن شده را برروی صفحه نمایشگر خود به نمایش بگذارد این سیستم به سبب اینکه می تواند به آنتنهای قدرت مند نفوذ کننده مجهز شود توانایی آنرا دارد که در عمقهای ۱ تا ۳۰ متر در زمین به کاوش بپردازد.


Zond: Ground Penetrating Radar

The Zond GPR is a powerful combination of Ground Penetrating Radar and computer software. The Zond is capable of reaching targets with depths of up to 30 meters!* Multiple antennas available

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Minimum Purchase of 1 Antenna

Laptop not included

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38MHz-75MHz-150MHz Antenna System

Air-coupled

Unshielded

Dipole Antenna

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100MHz Antenna System

Surface Coupled

Shielded

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300MHz Antenna unit

Surface Coupled

Shielded

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500MHz Antenna Unit

Surface Coupled

Shielded

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900MHz Antenna Unit

Surface Coupled

Shielded

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1.5GHz Antenna Unit

Surface Coupled

Shielded

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2.0GHz Antenna Unit

Surface Coupled

Unshielded

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750MHz Antenna system

Air Coupled

Shielded

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Survey Wheel

Automatic control of RADAR readings

Measures Distance of Scan

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Detection of three metal pipes buried in soil.

Depth: 1.0 to 1.5 m.

Location: Daugavpils, Latvia

Antenna: 900 MHz

Each pipe generates a path signal having a hyperbolic shape whose apex corresponds to the pipe location. Unlike metal detectors, ground penetrating radar can reach greater depths.

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Detection of a karst cavity in limestone below a loamy layer

Antenna: 300MHz

Location: Dead Sea beach, Israel

The cavity (enclosed in a circle) is seen as alternating strips in the left-hand part of the profile. Loam is displayed as a continuous signal in the upper part of the profile.

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Profiling of an ancient river bed which is not seen through on the present-day profile

Antenna: 300MHz

Location: Shventoy Town, Lithuania

River bed signals are in the left-hand part of the profile. Signals from various lithological boundaries are seen in the upper part of the profile.

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Profile of a drift wall in a salt mine

Antenna: 500MHz

Location: Mirny, Russia

Well visible signals have a shape of multiple hyperbolas originating from an adjacent drift. Distance between the two drifts is approximately 7.5 m.

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Sounding of a brick wall

Antenna: 2.0 GHz

Location: Riga, Latvia

Mid-part of the profile clearly shows a signal from a built-in metal cabinet

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Profiling of a sandy hill

Antenna: 38MHz (Dipole)

Location: Lilaste lake, Latvia

Movement of the Zond was from the foot of the hill (left) to its top (right). Therefore, signals from the grown water table (shown by an arrow) and various boundaries are drifting down. A major nonuniformity (enclosed in a circle) is recorded almost at the top of the hill, at the depth of 35 m.

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Profiling of a lake from the bottom of plastic boat

Antenna: 500MHz

There are several metallic objects very well visible in silt layer.

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