fracture in 6" open rock bore looking
down (Color Jr M1) Click on the picture
to see the GeoVISION in action. More
portable and lightweight GeoVISIONTM borehole
under water video camera systems offer
you black and white or color viewing and
video logging in small to large diameter
boreholes. When combined with
other geophysical logging you can get
the whole picture.
Find and view fractures, voids,
water inflow, cross or inter bed
water flows, sand, gravel,
grout, ground water pollution or
ground water contamination
View actual conditions and help
determine end of casing, well
screen or packer placement.
If no one has any knowledge of
the well's condition, find out
what really exits.
Assist in retrieval of lost
items. See where the item
is and determine its orientation
to help in a recovery plan.
Watch what you are doing while
Inspect casings, drive shoes,
screens and welds.
Assist in trouble shooting.
Determine the actual situation.
offer two different types of systems:
are low in cost and use a plastic housed
camera. The lightweight plastic reel
comes pre-spooled with 325' of cable.
The heavy duty steel reel can hold up to
1000' of cable.
come with a motorized steel reel and
standard on screen depth display. The
reel can hold up to 2000' of cable and
can be equipped with your choice of
plastic, stainless steel or nano
WATCH THE GEOVISION CAMERAS
IN ACTION. Click on the links below to view
systems are designed to be used in
vertical bores but can be used in
horizontal bores by placing the camera
on an owner provided skid or cart and
pushing it with a plastic pipe string.
The cameras can go around shallow turns
but they are not designed to go around
our systems output NTSC video format,
which is the standard for North America.
If the system is to be used in a country
that uses a different format which as
PAL or SECAM a Digital Format Converting
VCR (AIWA model HV-MX1 for example) can
be used to convert the system's signal
to that country's standard.