The SGL crew eco-commute

August 23, 2019
Most of the SGL team members are now eco-commuting to and from our offices each day. In order to reduce our impact on the environment our employees are choosing to travel using a selection of alternative transport options including cycling, E-bike, E-scooter and carpooling. ...
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Learn about what Southern Geophysical has been up to at the Rotorua Aquatic Centre. https://spark.adobe.com/page/ApuCxiWWfZgda/...
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Where will they go next?

In the past few weeks, Southern Geophysical's concrete scanning and NDT team have worked in some of the more remote corners of New Zealand, from spillways in the North Island to the depths of Fiordland. They've tackled some adverse weather conditions, and tricky terrain. Acc...
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New EM31 trolley

February 12, 2019
Southern Geophysical has added a new EM31 trolley to its field equipment (Design by Martin King). Along with the latest real time differential GPS systems the trolley allows even more accurate surveys to be undertaken, especially repeat surveys where slight height variations...
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Spectral Analysis of Surface Waves

Southern Geophysical have added the equipment to undertake spectral Analysis of Surface Waves (SASW) . The Spectral Analysis of Surface Waves (SASW-S) system is designed for the following applications: Determination of crack depth and repair auditDetermination of paveme...
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EM31-MK2The EM31-MK2 maps geologic variations, groundwater contaminants, or any subsurface feature associated with changes in ground conductivity. Using a patented electromagnetic inductive technique that allows measurements without electrodes or ground contact. With this in...
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We have added a small Texcel GTM unit to our equipment inventory. It has reduced communication capability compared to the more advanced ETM unit but is small and has great battery life....The Texcel GTM delivers unparalleled ease of operation and simple set up for vibration ...
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Since 2011 Southern Geophysical has maintained and supported the Japanese Northern South Island strong motion seismic network. The network which now contains 54 stations was installed just after the Canterbury Earthquakes and has been operational ever since. Several stations...
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Southern Geophysical has just added the world leading GSSI Structurescan MiniXT to our range of GPR/concrete scanning systems. The StructureScan Mini XT offers a 2.7 GHz antenna for superior target resolution and can reach depths up to 50 cm. With the addition of this s...
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New member of the team !

January 15, 2018

A big welcome to Nick McConachie !

Nick received his BSc in Geology and Geography from the University of Canterbury in 2013 in Geology. Nick has several years experience working in the geophysics industry and specialises in data acquisition and processing and analysis for GPR. Outside work hours Nick spe...
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