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New side loading Slim Density tool

New side loading Slim Density tool

Geovista have launched a new side loading slim density tool as an alternative to our traditional bottom only trisonde. This slim tool has the advantage of being 46mm in diameter and suitable for smaller holes. Further to the traditional trisonde where the source is loaded at the bottom of the tool, this tool provides the option of loading the source from the side allowing other tools to be connected below making it fully stack-able with other Geovista tools. As with our traditional slim density tool, it provides only qualitative density measurements. This tool can be run in open and cased hole environments and even inside drill strings. Contact us for or click here for more...

Custom made Camera Trolley System

Custom made Camera Trolley System

Geovista have just completed a bespoke solution for carrying our dual view camera in inclined wells. The trolley system has been developed for our client to acquire full down-hole and 360 degree side view colour video feed throughout four different borehole diameters drilled at an incline. The camera also includes an inclinometer and magnetic compass to provide the client with real time inclination and orientation of the video. This is used to examine the internals of the drilled hole and to plan any further remediation work before moving forward in the well construction plan. This system is useful for construction, tunneling and drilling work....

Watering Mauritania

Watering Mauritania

Geovista and its partners have just completed training and commissioning of a complete geophysical logging system for water well evaluation in Mauritania. The system is part of a wider project to deliver water solutions to remote locations. Exploring water wells for drinking, irrigation and education is a long term effort to promote sustained growth....

The GeoVista down-hole monitoring Geophone

The GeoVista down-hole monitoring Geophone

GeoVista have recently released a tri-axial, down-hole geophone sensor. Working together with the interest of our clients, the monitoring geophones can be used for long term seismic recording in shallow wells. A three axis geophone is lowered into a shallow well and analogue measurements are measured over time. These geophones are generally deployed as part of a field array of geophones connected to a central database for long term monitoring. The probe can come with a bow spring to couple the sensor to the side of the bore-hole wall. The geophone can be left in the well, cemented over or kept to be used when needed. Clients have the freedom to choose the sensitivity of the geophone sensor and can customize the geophone for their specific applications. Contact us for more information. Click to view the...

GeoVista – helping you succeed

GeoVista – helping you succeed

At GeoVista, we have been helping companies succeed for the past twenty years. From new business start ups, to established players, we have been working hard ensuring our products continue to be the best in manufacturing quality, design and durability. We understand what working in the field is all about and know that the last thing you want to think about when providing your service is the reliability of your equipment. Geovista’s team is a mix of seasoned wireline, manufacturing and technical specialists who in combination, know how to make the tools you need, in the environments you need them. Our aim is to help you succeed. To make sure you have the right tools to do this, and to make sure that you are confident in naming Geovista as your preferred partner. You are always an email or phone call away from the support you want. If you have an upcoming project, a specific request, training need, or require any information or support, get in touch with us. We will be happy to help...

Why not meet Geovista at ASEG or Geofluid this year?

Why not meet Geovista at ASEG or Geofluid this year?

Geovista will be exhibiting at the 25th annual geophysical conference and exhibition (ASEG) in Adelaide, Australia this year (August 21-24th). The event will be jointly hosted by ASEG, PESA and AIG. We will also be setting up at the Geofluid exhibition in Piacenza, Italy. This will take place between the 5th and 8th October this year. We look forward to seeing you at the stalls! http://www.conference.aseg.org.au/...