We are introducing a range of carbon reduction policies and are working towards becoming carbon neutral. Our first policy which we initiated in January 2022, Southern Geophysical Ltd is reducing our environmental impact from all our projects through our exciting new partners...
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Southern Geophysical has added two new Geodes to our extensive seismic equipment pool. We now have the ability to undertake surveys with up to 168 channels....
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Vannesa, our Safety Manager, has guided Southern Geophysical to move from "Green" to GOLD level Sitewise certification. We are delighted with the result with thanks to Vanessa for all her hard work. What GOLD means:Southern Geophysical has demonstrated that it has high ...
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Southern Geophysical Ltd

August 20, 2021
Southern Geophysical is still open for Essential Work - Utility clearance - Infrastructure Failure - Emergency Response. Give us a call and we may be able to assist even in these difficult time....
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In late May, 2021 a large flood event severely impacted the Canterbury region. One of our senior geophysicists, Christian Ruegg, is a member of the NZ Response Team, NZRT-1, and was deployed to the Ashburton District at short-notice to aid in the evacuation, medical assistan...
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When used in conjuction with concrete scanning radar a great method to determine the location of on-slab and in-slab heating elements and pipes !...
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To add to our existing Class 1 sound meters Southern Geophysical Ltd has purchased the Premium Pulsar Nova range (Model 45). Which meets UK and EU regulations for noise assessments.FeaturesA high performance integrating averaging sound level meter with additional key feature...
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SGL have developed a method to significantly reduce disturbance of the sub-slab conditions during invasive investigation.

Here at SGL we’ve been finding ways to answer a couple of the more challenging questions we’ve been asked during concrete scanning. What if there is a small void underneath the polystyrene insulation, too small to see using radar but large enough to impact concrete slab ...
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Due to the increasing demand for vibration monitoring during construction and demolition throughout New Zealand Southern Geophysical Ltd has been building up it fleet of vibration monitors over the last few months. From small single dwelling surveys up to the largest commerc...
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Southern Geophysical Ltd has just received one of the world's most advanced ground penetrating radar systems from GSSI - maybe perfect for your next project!  The GS Series, next-generation family of high-performance antennas, targets applications that require deeper pe...
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