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2060CPT

Cone Penetration Testing

The Geoprobe® 2060CPT.

The Geoprobe® 2060CPT.

The 2060CPT features 20-tons of downforce and 30-tons pull.

The 2060CPT features 20-tons of downforce and 30-tons pull.

The optional 6712DT mast allows for coring, conventional soil sampling, shallow drilling for soil verification, and pre-drilling.

The optional 6712DT mast allows for coring, conventional soil sampling, shallow drilling for soil verification, and pre-drilling.

The robust tracks are tracked with the wireless or tethered remote.

The robust tracks are tracked with the wireless or tethered remote.

Inside the climate controlled cabin of the 2060CPT.

Inside the climate controlled cabin of the 2060CPT.

The 2060CPT with the optional 6712DT mast.

The 2060CPT with the optional 6712DT mast.

The optional shear wave generators.

The optional shear wave generators.

The hydraulic bottom clamp on the 2060CPT press holds rods in place.

The hydraulic bottom clamp on the 2060CPT press holds rods in place.

Under the CPT press. Behind the CPT probe are the optional shear wave generators.

Under the CPT press. Behind the CPT probe are the optional shear wave generators.

The Geoprobe® 2060CPT.
The 2060CPT features 20-tons of downforce and 30-tons pull.
The optional 6712DT mast allows for coring, conventional soil sampling, shallow drilling for soil verification, and pre-drilling.
The robust tracks are tracked with the wireless or tethered remote.
Inside the climate controlled cabin of the 2060CPT.
The 2060CPT with the optional 6712DT mast.
The optional shear wave generators.
The hydraulic bottom clamp on the 2060CPT press holds rods in place.
Under the CPT press. Behind the CPT probe are the optional shear wave generators.

20-tons of Downforce and 30-tons of Pull

Geoprobe® has expanded its geotechnical product line to include a 20-ton cabin crawler for cone penetration testing (CPT). The 20-ton cabin crawler for Cone Penetration Testing (CPT) has user-friendly controls that make jobs in the field quick, efficient, and comfortable.

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2060CPT

Cone Penetration Testing


20-tons of Downforce and 30-tons of Pull

Geoprobe® has expanded its geotechnical product line to include a 20-ton cabin crawler for cone penetration testing (CPT). The 20-ton cabin crawler for Cone Penetration Testing (CPT) has user-friendly controls that make jobs in the field quick, efficient, and comfortable.

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Features & Options

Click on a section below to learn more about the features and options of the 2060CPT.

The CPT equipment is placed into the push clamp for testing.

The CPT equipment is placed into the push clamp for testing.

The 2060CPT is equipped with a proven Geoprobe® 142 HP engine/hydraulic system that provides excellent climbing and turning ability. Hydraulic controls for this unit can be operated from either side of the low-profile CPT press. The unit also features 20-tons of downforce and 30-tons of pull, wireless remote tracking, 7 psi ground pressure, auto seismic hammer for shear wave generation, undercarriage camera, climate-controlled cabin, four outriggers, and an auxiliary bottom clamp to secure the tool string when the push clamp is released.

The hydraulic push clamp (top) and hydraulic bottom clamp (bottom).

The hydraulic push clamp (top) and hydraulic bottom clamp (bottom).

The rig features 20 tons of downforce and 30 tons of pull. With a push through center of gravity, the weight is evenly distributed over the entire platform. The weight of the entire cabin crawler is centered at the press clamp so that the entire mass of the crawler is applied to the tool string being advanced.

The hydraulic push clamp and press can push the cone with up to 20 tons of downforce. The amount of force can be adjusted on the control panel. A hydraulic bottom clamp is used to keep rods from slipping back down hole when the push clamp is released. When retracting the tool string, the 2060CPT has 30 tons of pull.

The 2060CPT can be tracked with a wireless or tethered remote.

The 2060CPT can be tracked with a wireless or tethered remote.

The robust track system of the 142-horsepower Geoprobe® 2060CPT allows for CPT testing in most terrains. It’s proven drive-train and chassis provide excellent climbing and turning ability. With a ground pressure of 7 psi, it causes minimal disturbance to the terrain with minimal ground pressure at the tracks. The rig is tracked to the testing location with either a wireless or tethered remote.

The large door can be opened to easily load and unload rods and equipment.

The large door can be opened to easily load and unload rods and equipment.

The climate controlled cabin has a large side door that allows for easy loading and unloading of rods and equipment.

The optional shear wave generators (yellow boxes).

The optional shear wave generators (yellow boxes).

Optional shear wave generators are used to generate a shear wave impact for sensing measurement by the Seismic Cone Penetrometer (pen-a-tra-meter). They provide a sharp, swift hammer strike, producing a clean energy wave through the soil for the cone to read.

An auger is used to create a hole opening before testing.

An auger is used to create a hole opening before testing.

An optional 6712DT mast can be mounted on to the porch side of the 2060CPT. This allows for coring, conventional soil sampling, shallow drilling for soil verification, and pre-drilling. In many cases, it may be required to create a hole opening for CPT by clearing concrete or debris. The 6712DT mast opens up these options on one rig. It is located in-line with the CPT press inside the cabin. The crawler can easily be tracked over the drilled hole when the time comes to perform the CPT test.

The control panel is user friendly and makes controlling the press easy.

The control panel is user friendly and makes controlling the press easy.

The compact, user friendly control panel allows for all functions and hydraulic controls to be controlled from one location. It features a swing arm, allowing for control from either side of the press.

The monitor inside the press shows a view of tooling and hole.

The monitor inside the press shows a view of tooling and hole.

A camera is mounted to the undercarriage for precise location of the machine over the hole. Internal monitors allow for viewing the camera as well as logging information. 

Two of the four outriggers on the 2060CPT.

Two of the four outriggers on the 2060CPT.

During setup, four hydraulic outriggers are used for leveling the machine.

The open engine bay doors show the access to the engine.

The open engine bay doors show the access to the engine.

Accessing the engine for service is easy with the large engine bay doors.

Storage and workbenches inside the cabin.

Storage and workbenches inside the cabin.

Additional features and options of the 2060CPT include:

  • The Geoprobe® standard rail system for easy mounting of accessories
  • Interior work benches and high quality slide drawers and cabinet storage
  • Optional external side tool boxes
  • External auxiliary hydraulic connections to power accessories
  • 120 volt Power via hydraulic driven generator
  • A Wash port for decontamination in the drop tube below the press
  • Large engine bay doors for easy service
  • Remote monitoring of unit health

Features & Options


The CPT equipment is placed into the push clamp for testing.

The CPT equipment is placed into the push clamp for testing.

Video: Geoprobe® 2060CPT Overview

The 2060CPT is equipped with a proven Geoprobe® 142 HP engine/hydraulic system that provides excellent climbing and turning ability. Hydraulic controls for this unit can be operated from either side of the low-profile CPT press. The unit also features 20-tons of downforce and 30-tons of pull, wireless remote tracking, 7 psi ground pressure, auto seismic hammer for shear wave generation, undercarriage camera, climate-controlled cabin, four outriggers, and an auxiliary bottom clamp to secure the tool string when the push clamp is released.

20 Tons Downforce / 30 Tons of Pull


The hydraulic push clamp (top) and hydraulic bottom clamp (bottom).

The hydraulic push clamp (top) and hydraulic bottom clamp (bottom).

The rig features 20 tons of downforce and 30 tons of pull. With a push through center of gravity, the weight is evenly distributed over the entire platform. The weight of the entire cabin crawler is centered at the press clamp so that the entire mass of the crawler is applied to the tool string being advanced.

The hydraulic push clamp and press can push the cone with up to 20 tons of downforce. The amount of force can be adjusted on the control panel. A hydraulic bottom clamp is used to keep rods from slipping back down hole when the push clamp is released. When retracting the tool string, the 2060CPT has 30 tons of pull.

Robust Track System


The 2060CPT can be tracked with a wireless or tethered remote.

The 2060CPT can be tracked with a wireless or tethered remote.

The robust track system of the 142-horsepower Geoprobe® 2060CPT allows for CPT testing in most terrains. It’s proven drive-train and chassis provide excellent climbing and turning ability. With a ground pressure of 7 psi, it causes minimal disturbance to the terrain with minimal ground pressure at the tracks. The rig is tracked to the testing location with either a wireless or tethered remote.

Climate Controlled Cabin with Large Side Door


The large door can be opened to easily load and unload rods and equipment.

The large door can be opened to easily load and unload rods and equipment.

The climate controlled cabin has a large side door that allows for easy loading and unloading of rods and equipment.

Shear Wave Generators (Optional)


The optional shear wave generators (yellow boxes).

The optional shear wave generators (yellow boxes).

Optional shear wave generators are used to generate a shear wave impact for sensing measurement by the Seismic Cone Penetrometer (pen-a-tra-meter). They provide a sharp, swift hammer strike, producing a clean energy wave through the soil for the cone to read.

6712DT Mast (Optional)


An auger is used to create a hole opening before testing.

An auger is used to create a hole opening before testing.

An optional 6712DT mast can be mounted on to the porch side of the 2060CPT. This allows for coring, conventional soil sampling, shallow drilling for soil verification, and pre-drilling. In many cases, it may be required to create a hole opening for CPT by clearing concrete or debris. The 6712DT mast opens up these options on one rig. It is located in-line with the CPT press inside the cabin. The crawler can easily be tracked over the drilled hole when the time comes to perform the CPT test.

Control Panel


The control panel is user friendly and makes controlling the press easy.

The control panel is user friendly and makes controlling the press easy.

The compact, user friendly control panel allows for all functions and hydraulic controls to be controlled from one location. It features a swing arm, allowing for control from either side of the press.

Under-mounted Camera


The monitor inside the press shows a view of tooling and hole.

The monitor inside the press shows a view of tooling and hole.

A camera is mounted to the undercarriage for precise location of the machine over the hole. Internal monitors allow for viewing the camera as well as logging information. 

Four Hydraulic Outriggers for Leveling Machine


Two of the four outriggers on the 2060CPT.

Two of the four outriggers on the 2060CPT.

During setup, four hydraulic outriggers are used for leveling the machine.

Large Engine Bay Doors


The open engine bay doors show the access to the engine.

The open engine bay doors show the access to the engine.

Accessing the engine for service is easy with the large engine bay doors.

Additional Features


Storage and workbenches inside the cabin.

Storage and workbenches inside the cabin.

Additional features and options of the 2060CPT include:

  • The Geoprobe® standard rail system for easy mounting of accessories
  • Interior work benches and high quality slide drawers and cabinet storage
  • Optional external side tool boxes
  • External auxiliary hydraulic connections to power accessories
  • 120 volt Power via hydraulic driven generator
  • A Wash port for decontamination in the drop tube below the press
  • Large engine bay doors for easy service
  • Remote monitoring of unit health

Tooling & Accessories

Click on a section below to learn more about the tooling & accessories for the 2060CPT.

Pushing CPT to determine the geotechnical parameters of the materials present.

Pushing CPT to determine the geotechnical parameters of the materials present.

A Cone Penetration Test is commonly used to determine the subsurface stratigraphy in situ (in sytu) (in place) and to estimate geotechnical parameters of the materials present.

Video: MIP Overview

An MIP log showing an EC soil log (left) with MIP-XSD contaminant log (right).

An MIP log showing an EC soil log (left) with MIP-XSD contaminant log (right).

The Membrane Interface Probe is a direct push tool used to log the relative concentration of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) with depth in soil. The MIP was developed by Geoprobe Systems® and is presently manufactured and sold exclusively by Geoprobe Systems® and its distribution agents. The MIP has been used extensively in the U.S. and Europe for mapping the extent of VOC contamination in the subsurface. As a logging tool, the MIP offers many benefits to site investigators.

This probe is robust and percussion drivable (hammerable) with Geoprobe® direct push machines.  Standard HPT probes are equipped with an EC array for measurement of soil electrical conductivity as a complementary log to the HPT log.

This probe is robust and percussion drivable (hammerable) with Geoprobe® direct push machines. Standard HPT probes are equipped with an EC array for measurement of soil electrical conductivity as a complementary log to the HPT log.

The Hydraulic Profiling Tool is a logging tool that measures the pressure required to inject a flow of water into the soil as the probe is advanced into the subsurface. This injection pressure log is an excellent indicator of formation permeability. In addition to measurement of injection pressure, the HPT can also be used to measure hydrostatic pressure under the zero flow condition. This allows the development of an absolute piezometric pressure profile for the log and prediction of the position of the water table. The piezometric profile can be used to calculate the corrected HPT pressure. This data along with the flow rate can then be used to calculate an estimate of hydraulic conductivity (K) in the saturated formation.

Video: OIP Overview

The OIP Probe is constructed with visible and UV LEDs which are directed out the sapphire window.   Logs are typically performed with in UV mode for mapping fuel fluorescence and will switch between the visible and UV light source on rod changes.

The OIP Probe is constructed with visible and UV LEDs which are directed out the sapphire window. Logs are typically performed with in UV mode for mapping fuel fluorescence and will switch between the visible and UV light source on rod changes.

he OIP is a tool for mapping light non-aqueous phase liquids (LNAPL), residual LNAPL, and light oils. The OIP system utilizes a 275nm ultraviolet (UV) light emitting diode (LED) to produce fluorescence from the polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) contained in fuels and light oils. The UV light is directed out a sapphire window in the side of the probe onto the soil. When LNAPL level fuels are present, the PAH molecules will absorb the UV light energy and shortly afterwards emit a light photon (fluorophore) which is the resultant fluorescence. Directly behind the sapphire window, the onboard camera captures images of the soil and any fluorescence produced by hydrocarbon contaminants present. The acquisition software analyzes each pixel of the images taken for the presence of color typical of fuel fluorescence. If there is no fuel present in the formation, or it is not in high enough concentration, then the returned camera image will appear black or dark under the UV light source.

Tooling & Accessories


Cone Penetration Testing (CPT)

Pushing CPT to determine the geotechnical parameters of the materials present.

Pushing CPT to determine the geotechnical parameters of the materials present.

Video: Geoprobe® CPT System

A Cone Penetration Test is commonly used to determine the subsurface stratigraphy in situ (in sytu) (in place) and to estimate geotechnical parameters of the materials present.

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MIP (Membrane Interface Probe)

Video: MIP Overview

An MIP log showing an EC soil log (left) with MIP-XSD contaminant log (right).

An MIP log showing an EC soil log (left) with MIP-XSD contaminant log (right).

The Membrane Interface Probe is a direct push tool used to log the relative concentration of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) with depth in soil. The MIP was developed by Geoprobe Systems® and is presently manufactured and sold exclusively by Geoprobe Systems® and its distribution agents. The MIP has been used extensively in the U.S. and Europe for mapping the extent of VOC contamination in the subsurface. As a logging tool, the MIP offers many benefits to site investigators.

> Learn More
HPT (Hydraulic Profiling Tool)

This probe is robust and percussion drivable (hammerable) with Geoprobe® direct push machines.  Standard HPT probes are equipped with an EC array for measurement of soil electrical conductivity as a complementary log to the HPT log.

This probe is robust and percussion drivable (hammerable) with Geoprobe® direct push machines. Standard HPT probes are equipped with an EC array for measurement of soil electrical conductivity as a complementary log to the HPT log.

The Hydraulic Profiling Tool is a logging tool that measures the pressure required to inject a flow of water into the soil as the probe is advanced into the subsurface. This injection pressure log is an excellent indicator of formation permeability. In addition to measurement of injection pressure, the HPT can also be used to measure hydrostatic pressure under the zero flow condition. This allows the development of an absolute piezometric pressure profile for the log and prediction of the position of the water table. The piezometric profile can be used to calculate the corrected HPT pressure. This data along with the flow rate can then be used to calculate an estimate of hydraulic conductivity (K) in the saturated formation.

> Learn More
OIP (Optical Image Profiler)

Video: OIP Overview

The OIP Probe is constructed with visible and UV LEDs which are directed out the sapphire window.   Logs are typically performed with in UV mode for mapping fuel fluorescence and will switch between the visible and UV light source on rod changes.

The OIP Probe is constructed with visible and UV LEDs which are directed out the sapphire window. Logs are typically performed with in UV mode for mapping fuel fluorescence and will switch between the visible and UV light source on rod changes.

he OIP is a tool for mapping light non-aqueous phase liquids (LNAPL), residual LNAPL, and light oils. The OIP system utilizes a 275nm ultraviolet (UV) light emitting diode (LED) to produce fluorescence from the polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) contained in fuels and light oils. The UV light is directed out a sapphire window in the side of the probe onto the soil. When LNAPL level fuels are present, the PAH molecules will absorb the UV light energy and shortly afterwards emit a light photon (fluorophore) which is the resultant fluorescence. Directly behind the sapphire window, the onboard camera captures images of the soil and any fluorescence produced by hydrocarbon contaminants present. The acquisition software analyzes each pixel of the images taken for the presence of color typical of fuel fluorescence. If there is no fuel present in the formation, or it is not in high enough concentration, then the returned camera image will appear black or dark under the UV light source.

> Learn More

Videos


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Specifications

Click below to view standard specifications. Specifications are subject to change without notice.

Standard Features
Width99 in.2,515 mm
Length243 in.6,172 mm
Height128 in.3,251 mm
Max Height (Outriggers Extended)157 in.3,988 mm
Weight (as commonly equipped)42,300 lb.19,187 kg
EngineCAT C4.4 Diesel
Engine Rated Power142 hp106 kW
CPT Cabin12' L, 8' W, 6' 10" Ceiling3658 3658 mm L, 2438 mm W, 2083 mm Ceiling
CPT Press1 meter stroke (39.38")
CPT Chuck1.5" Removeable Jaw Pads
Outriggers4 Corner Outriggers
Auxiliary Hydraulics2 Locations on Porch
Positioning CameraAccurate alignment over bore hole
120VAC Generator6KW Hydraulic Generator
AC/HeatHydraulic Driven AC/Engine Heat Nominal 30,000 BTU/HR
Cabin OutfitTool Cabinet(s) with Work Bench Top
2060CPT side view
2060CPT front view
2060CPT side view
2060CPT front view

Resources

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The Geoprobe® 2060CPT.

The Geoprobe® 2060CPT.

The 2060CPT features 20-tons of downforce and 30-tons pull.

The 2060CPT features 20-tons of downforce and 30-tons pull.

The optional 6712DT mast allows for coring, conventional soil sampling, shallow drilling for soil verification, and pre-drilling.

The optional 6712DT mast allows for coring, conventional soil sampling, shallow drilling for soil verification, and pre-drilling.

The robust tracks are tracked with the wireless or tethered remote.

The robust tracks are tracked with the wireless or tethered remote.

Inside the climate controlled cabin of the 2060CPT.

Inside the climate controlled cabin of the 2060CPT.

The 2060CPT with the optional 6712DT mast.

The 2060CPT with the optional 6712DT mast.

The optional shear wave generators.

The optional shear wave generators.

The hydraulic bottom clamp on the 2060CPT press holds rods in place.

The hydraulic bottom clamp on the 2060CPT press holds rods in place.

Under the CPT press. Behind the CPT probe are the optional shear wave generators.

Under the CPT press. Behind the CPT probe are the optional shear wave generators.

The CPT equipment is placed into the push clamp for testing.

The CPT equipment is placed into the push clamp for testing.

The hydraulic push clamp (top) and hydraulic bottom clamp (bottom).

The hydraulic push clamp (top) and hydraulic bottom clamp (bottom).

The 2060CPT can be tracked with a wireless or tethered remote.

The 2060CPT can be tracked with a wireless or tethered remote.

The large door can be opened to easily load and unload rods and equipment.

The large door can be opened to easily load and unload rods and equipment.

The optional shear wave generators (yellow boxes).

The optional shear wave generators (yellow boxes).

An auger is used to create a hole opening before testing.

An auger is used to create a hole opening before testing.

The control panel is user friendly and makes controlling the press easy.

The control panel is user friendly and makes controlling the press easy.

The monitor inside the press shows a view of tooling and hole.

The monitor inside the press shows a view of tooling and hole.

Two of the four outriggers on the 2060CPT.

Two of the four outriggers on the 2060CPT.

The open engine bay doors show the access to the engine.

The open engine bay doors show the access to the engine.

Storage and workbenches inside the cabin.

Storage and workbenches inside the cabin.

Geoprobe® Machines

Our machines range in size from limited access to large platform/big performance rotary sonic rigs. Many of our rigs, including the 3230DT, are also geotechnical drilling rigs. Our equipment is described as versatile, innovative, easy-to-use, and well supported. We equip the environmental, geotechnical, exploration and geothermal industries with innovative ways to work safely and efficiently, focusing on collecting high-quality information.

Rotary Sonic

❯ 8250LS
Rotary Sonic Rig

The Geoprobe® 8250LS is a full-size rotary sonic rig capable of running 20-ft. tooling. The GV5 sonic head provides 50,000 lbs. of dynamic force for increased efficiency in the field.

Geotechnical, Environmental, Exploration and Geothermal

Rotary Sonic
8150LS

❯ 8150LS
Rotary Sonic Rig

The Geoprobe® 8150LS is a full-size rotary sonic rig with high performance. It is capable of running 10 ft. tooling and the GV5 sonic head provides 50,000 lbs. of dynamic force.

Geotechnical, Environmental, Exploration and Geothermal

Direct Push & Rotary
3230DT

❯ 3230DT
Geotechnical Combo Rig

The Geoprobe® 3230DT is ideal for geotechnical and environmental applications. The high-speed drill head easily turns augers, while the automatic drop hammer is equipped for SPT work.

Geotechnical, Environmental, Exploration and CPT

Direct Push & Rotary
7822DT

❯ 7822DT
Direct Push & Rotary Rig

The Geoprobe® 7822DT is a high-capacity direct push machine with a narrow platform. Applications include soil sampling, rock coring, groundwater monitoring, geotechnical and more.

Geotechnical, Environmental, Exploration and CPT

Geotechnical
150GT

❯ 150GT
Geotechnical Rotary Rig

Specifically designed for customers focused on traditional geotechnical drilling applications utilizing: hollow stem auger, solid stem auger, SPT, mud rotary, air rotary, and high speed coring.

Geotechnical and CPT

Geotechnical
310GT

❯ 3100GT
Geotechnical Rotary Rig

The Geoprobe® 3100GT Geotechnical Rig is designed to quickly perform SPT borings (augers & mud rotary), collect shelby tube samples, take rock cores, and push CPT cone.

Geotechnical, Environmental and CPT

CPT
20 CPT Press

❯ 20CPT Press
Cone Penetration Testing

This flexible mast option with a 20-ton capacity is specifically designed for performing CPT. It’s versatile too, with a quick mount design that allows the CPT mast to be attached to multiple platforms.

Geotechnical and CPT

CPT
2060CPT

❯ 2060CPT
Cone Penetration Testing

The Geoprobe® 2060CPT is a 20 ton cabin crawler used for Cone Penetration Testing (CPT). It includes many user-friendly controls to make jobs in the field quick, efficient, and comfortable.

Geotechnical and CPT

Limited Access
Limited Access
54LT
Limited Access
Limited Access
Limited Access
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