ADMT Series (Multi Channel Water Detector)

The new generation of ADMT-Multi-Channel series constantly updates the hardware and software, and pushes the boundaries by introducing features previously unseen in commercial resistivity meters. The latest upgrade of new resistivity measurement features using natural electric fields results in increased measuring speed and improved data quality.

Resistivity surveying is a versatile geophysical method suitable for various applications and environments such as groundwater prospecting, mineral exploration, geological mapping, and geotechnical investigations. System design can vary depending on the application. It is available in many different configurations to perfectly match your requirements.

It introduces an APP data process system. The whole measurement can be controlled by a mobile phone (which supports the Android system), making the operation more convenient and faster to get the result.

Geophysical techniques play a primary role in locating new archaeological networks. It allows us to undergo what is beneath the soil surface without disturbing the ground and rapidly examines large areas.

Survey of geophysics forms one factor into the broader field of remote sensing. This is with respect to providing data about the ground and sub-circumference without intrusive disturbance. It includes airborne and satellite sensors and detectors, geophysical techniques, and ground-based methods such as terrestrial scanning.

All of these ideas and methods have a common goal. To reveal more of the hidden history that lies buried beneath our feet. It is achieved by the remote capture of visual data or imagery that can be analyzed for the presence of archaeological information. It also is fundamental to discovering a mineral deposit and establishing mining and exploration geology its viability from an exploitation perspective. Present-day geological studies include the use of satellites and aerial photographs and geophysical and geochemical techniques.