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MAG38: Magnetic Suceptibility

Magnetic susceptibility is a physical parameter that can provide useful information in a number of geological contexts and is of particular interest for mining exploration and development. Applications include uranium and iron ore (BIF) exploration and cases where high-susceptibility minerals such as magnetite are associated with a primary target mineral, as well petrological studies.

The MAG38 probe incorporates a dual-coil antenna system developed in-house.

This low-frequency electromagnetic device ensures a stable response over a wide range of temperature and pressure conditions. The received signal is digitised at two sensitivity levels to optimise use in both low and high susceptibility operating conditions.

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Notre sonde MAG38 à Suceptibilité Magnétique, contexte Minier, uranium, fer.


Caractéristique de la sonde MAG 38


  Diameter of the sensor : 38mm/1.5"

  Diameter of the body: 38mm/1.5"

  Length : 1960 mm / 77.2"

Weight : 7 kg / 15.4 lbs

Max. Temp : 70°C / 158°F

Max Pressure : 200 bar / 2900 psi

Paramètres de la sonde MAG38

Data / Sensor parameters

Operating Frequency : 2 kHz

✓ TX-RX spacing : 50cm / 20"

✓ Measuring range : 10-4 to 0.5 SI units

✓ Resolution : 6 µSI units

Accessoires de la sonde MAG38

Accessories / Options

  Natural Gamma detector:

    ø25 x 50 mm NaI(Tl) crystal

Condition de forage sonde MAG38.

Borehole Conditions

  Dry or fluid-filled borehole

 Open or PVC-case borehole


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