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Direct Image® News & Articles


Below you will find the most recent articles on our Direct Image® systems. Many of the articles below appear in our Probing Times newsletter. Check back often for the most recent news from Geoprobe® Direct Image®.

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Drillers choose 1.75 in. probe rod for size, durability

Our NEW Geoprobe® 1.75 in. probe rods are stronger, last longer, and can be used for multiple applications...

Probing Times Spring 2018
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OIP-Green Successfully Detects Coal Tar Fluorescence

The Optical Imaging Profiler (OIP) is a new direct push photo-logging system developed by Geoprobe® that uses a down hole light source...

Probing Times Spring 2018
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MiHpt equips Parratt-Wolff with precise, real-time logging results

Parratt-Wolff effectively reduced the duration of site remediation for their clients when they introduced MiHpt into their service offerings three years ago...

Probing Times Spring 2018
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3230DT in Texas: Advances CPT Nicely

I’ve been operating the 3230DT since its release and the capabilities continue to impress me...

Probing Times Spring 2018
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2060CPT makes field jobs efficient, comfortable

The Geoprobe® 2060CPT is a 20-ton-rated, static push Cone Penetration Testing platform that allows users to maximize their efforts...

Probing Times Spring 2018
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Most Versatile CPT Push Platform

The 6622CPT punches way above...

Probing Times Spring 2017
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Leaking CPT Holes Cause Problems

An artesian effect was causing a problem...

Probing Times Spring 2017
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Elite Techniques Credits 7822DT’s Versatility to Continued Success

Elite Techniques, in Camden, SC, has experienced substantial growth since...

Probing Times Spring 2017
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Gregg Drilling Uses MIP To Develop Strategic ISCO Treatment

Gregg Drilling & Testing, based in California, recently partnered with a Northern California environmental consultant to provide Membrane Interface Probe (MIP) and...

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Riverbed Characterization on Aa River in Belgium

Students and a Professor from the Free University of Brussel (Vrije Universiteit Brussel) used a Geoprobe® Pneumatic Slug Test Kit to perform slug tests inside the Aa...

Probing Times Fall 2016
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Geoprobe® DI Team Posts HPT Logging Services Specification

Hydraulic Profiling Tool (HPT) Logging is getting a lot of use these days. HPT logs are a good tool for evaluating site stratigraphy...

Probing Times Fall 2016
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Using HPT Logs for Identifying Brine Impact on Fresh Water Aquifers

Last summer Wes McCall and Geoprobe® summer intern Mateus Evald conducted field tests with the Hydraulic Profiling Tool–Groundwater...

Probing Times Fall 2016
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MIP Logging Used to Investigate Site Contaminated by Mixture of VOCs

Dekonta company, a central/eastern European environmental company in Prague, completed both research and commercial activities...

Probing Times Fall 2016
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I’m having problems passing the HPT Reference Test and my HPT Line Pressure is High. What’s my problem?

Soil build-up behind the HPT screen is easy to troubleshoot by removing the HPT screen. Does the line pressure return to normal, and are you able to pass...

Probing Times Spring 2016
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MIP Quickly Delineates PHC Impacts

Vertex Environmental was retained to complete a large in-situ chemical oxidation injection remediation project by the provincial government in northern Ontario, Canada...

Probing Times Spring 2016
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New Technology: Commercial Release of Direct Image® OIP Logging Tool

The Direct Image® Team at Geoprobe Systems® proudly announces the commercial release of their newest Direct Image® logging tool ... the Optical Image Profiler (OIP)...

Probing Times Spring 2016
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Geoprobe®: The Right Tools for Investigation of Uranium in Drinking Water

A few years back, the Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services began testing all of the water supply wells across Nebraska to be sure...

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