The regional gravity map can be established using the TAGS-6 or the CG-6 Autograv™ or CG-5 Autograv™ Gravity Meter.
The Gravilog™ slim-hole probe is designed to be deployed down to a depth of 2,400 meters (7,874 feet; 4 conductors) inside smaller boreholes, (NQ drill rods, 57.2mm [2¼ in]) with deviations from vertical of up to 60 degrees. Scintrex integrates several other auxiliary systems with the Gravilog™ system for a complete borehole logging tool. The Gravilog™ probe includes a pressure and temperature sensor, a NaI natural gamma module and a sidewall clamp. The system comes with a rugged laptop pre-loaded with our Remote Gravity Software (RGS) for operating the Gravilog™ probe, a control electronics rack with power supply for powering...
TAGS-7 represents the latest development in a long line of LaCoste-based airborne gravity systems, stretching back to the first successful airborne gravity flights in 1958 and building on the success of the TAGS System. For over 50 years, LaCoste gravimeters have acquired hundreds of thousands of line kilometers of gravity data during academic, government, and commercial surveys. TAGS-7 blends the latest in GPS and data acquisition technology with the solid foundation of the LaCoste dynamic gravimeter. TAGS-7 is an upgrade to the TAGS-6 gravity meter, and is designed specifically for airborne operations. The system incorporates a time-tested, low-drift, zero-length-spring gravity sensor mounted on a gyro-stabilized gimbal platform. The sensor has a worldwide gravity measuring range (no reset necessary) of 500,000 milliGals.
The CG-6 Autograv™ is the next generation land gravity meter combining a modern, intuitive user interface with our renowned quartz sensor technology housed in a rugged yet lightweight enclosure. The new CG-6 offers fast, reliable and precise gravity measurements and includes an array of mapping and post processing functionality with our new Lynx LG software conveniently installed on the optional tablet computer.