LIM SOLUTION FOR EXPLORATION
Mineral, Geological, Hydrogeological, Geotechnical Explorations
Recording of drilling parameters vs depth (M.W.D.)
Processing of recorded data
Optical and acoustic borehole imaging
Delayed, nuclear, electrical, sonic, hydraulic logging, borehole geometry
During drilling :
The PocketLIM Drilling version records the drilling parameters in real time as a function of the depth. This method makes it possible to differentiate the geological layers and to target desired geological levels.
The data files are uploaded to the cloud and automatically preprocessed with the LIM @ mail web application.
The interpretation of the results and the layout of the reports are carried out with GEO-LOG 4.
After drilling :
Borehole imaging is a technique that is carried out with dedicated logging probes, in an uncased borehole to capture an “image” of the walls of the hole allowing, after processing this information, to have elements concerning the geology, lithology and / or the drilled through discontinuities.
clean, dry or filled with clear water. It makes it possible to have a
complete in-situ visual assessment of the borehole wall and to
provide a structural model after processing.
turbid fluid. It produces two images, the image of the transit times to
determine the drilling profile and the image of the amplitude of the
acoustic reflection in relation to the hardness of the rock.
Borehole logging is a technique which measures, using different probes, the characteristics of the drilled through grounds.
GR38 & GR25 - Natural Gamma
GRT38 - Natural Gamma + Temperature
GRS42 & GRS60 - Spectral-Gamma
TRS38G - Double Density
DTN38 - Dual Neutron
PDGC50 - Photoelectric Density
UEP48 - Uranium Exploration
ELG46 - Resistivity-SP
IP38 - Induced Polarization
MAG45 - Magnetic Susceptibility
FWS603x & FWS604x - Fullwave sonic 3 & 4 receivers
FTC60 - Temperature/Conductivity/Flowrate
WQP48 - Water quality
Borehole geometry probes:
BDV42 - Borehole Deviation
3AC38 - 3 arms caliper
4AC60 - 4 arms caliper
The data is visualized and recorded on the surface with the eMindLogger;
The probes are connected by cable to the surface via logging winches.
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