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NS Nettles uses Strata Box for Geophysical mapping projects

Published 12/23/2016

NS Nettles & Assoc. Inc. uses 10 kHz Strata Box HD for a bevy of applications including soil stability tests, water supply development, and geophysical sediment analysis studies.   Purchase your 10 and 3.5/10 kHz Strata Box FM Chirp profilers for your next sediment analysis or buried object detection related project - many of the industries best professionals...

RT Group engineers use Hydro Box HD

Published 12/12/2016

RTG identified the need to be able to offer cost-effective, accurate, and timely bathymetric survey services to its clients using its own staff and resources. The need for precise, yet simple to use equipment was answered by SyQwest, Inc's Hydro Box HD which also comes in a dual frequency offering. A precision high-resolution portable Single-Beam Echosounder, paired...

China's Sayna Institute purchases Bathy 2010

Published 10/05/2016

China Opens First Deep-sea Research Institute in Sanya ... China has opened its first deep-sea research institute in Sanya, Hainan Province, which will be significant for resource exploitation and improvements to naval expertise. China's Sayna Institute - The Countries first deep water exploration and research institute has purchased a SyQwest Inc. Bathy 2010 deepwater sub-bottom profiler for...

Hydro Box HD data via Hypack 2016

Published 09/09/2016

SyQwest Inc. and Hypack (a Xylem Brand) work to integrate fully their products together, in Hypack's latest version of bathymetric post processing software. Survey lines done off of the Western end of Goat Island Marina, Newport to the eastern most point of The Dumplings peninsula in Jamestown, RI.   The water depths and bottom contours varied from 1-50...

200 Meters of Penetration with Bathy 2010

Published 08/31/2016

Bathy 2010 Deep water 3.5 kHz (16) array gets customer over 200 meters of penetration in course sands at nearly 4,500 meters of water depth, as you can see below.  They used an LPT-5P amplifier and an array of (16) 3.5 kHz TR 109's to drive them to these depths, easily affording them penetration levels...