The comprehensive range of geophysical logging solutions and software is developed and built at its North Wales manufacturing and calibration centre. On-site test facilities include a 100m test borehole, calibration blocks, ovens and autoclaves capable of testing complete probe assemblies in “real world” conditions, providing a full suite of traceable calibration and quality assurance data.
From the Arctic to Australia, from coal mines to windfarms, energy developments to sky-reaching superstructures, Robertson Geo technologies have been used to acquire quality geophysical data from over 160 countries around the globe. As an end user of its own products, the Robertson Geo engineering feedback loop from direct field experience fosters a continuous improvement culture driven by own use, leading to mature systems that are truly “industry hardened” innovative products.
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RGeo-eye® is a slimline full colour downward view camera, operating on a 4-core or coaxial cable at high transmission rate, fully compatible with existing Robertson Geo winches and surface systems. It offers pressure ratings of […]Read More
Parys Mountain was the largest copper mine in the world at its peak of operations in the 1700’s. The mine is located just outside the town of Amlwch in North Anglesey, Wales. It featured a […]Read More