The Spectral Gamma probe analyses
the energy spectrum of gamma
radiation from naturally occurring or
man-made isotopes in the formation
surrounding a borehole.
The Formation Density probe uses dual shielded detectors to provide a borehole- compensated density measurement with good bed-boundary resolution.
The Gyro probe acquires borehole inclination/azimuth logs in situations where metal casing or magnetic materials around the borehole prevent use of the standard verticality probe.
The Ultra-Slim Gamma probe measures the activities of naturally occurring or man-made isotopes.
The Induced Polarisation probe measures the charge separation or ‘chargeability’ in porous, water-saturated, mineralised rocks caused by the passage of a low-frequency alternating current.
The Iron Ore Density probe includes extra collimation, different source-detector spacings and a higher activity source to extend the density range to 5g/cc for iron ore logging.
The Magnetic Susceptibility probe is based on the industry-standard Bartington Instruments™ product.
Click on the thumbnail image below to see the Slimhole Probe Catalogue.