Ground Penetrating Radar affordable for small mines.

Timeless Mining Company Mine Support Services: GPR

US Bureau of Mines 1995 GPR Research Grant Award Recipient for “GPR as a management tool for Miarolytic Gem-bearing Deposits on Public Lands”

New for 2011, Specialty survey services available in Southern Arizona

SIR-3000: The ‘Small Miners’ Big Advantage’
The SIR-3000 is the industry’s number one choice for data accuracy and versatility. This small, lightweight control unit is designed for single-user operation. The SIR-3000 provides the essential features and flexibility that experienced GPR users require, as well as simplified, application-specific user interfaces for novice GPR users.
The SIR-3000 incorporates advanced signal processing and display capability for ‘in-the-field’ 3D imaging. Unlike other data acquisition products on the market, the SIR-3000 is interchangeable with all GSSI antennas, making it an
affordable and flexible option for multi-application users.
Typical Uses
• Concrete inspection
• Utility location
• Geological investigation
• Archaeology
• Forensics
• Bridge deck inspection
• Mining
• And many other custom applications
Rugged, High-Performance Single-Channel
GPR Data Acquisition System
Modular Design • Compatible with all GSSI antennas • Lightweight and portable • Removable, rechargeable batteries
Integrated System • Windows-based user interface • GPS integration
• High-resolution color screen that is visible over a wide range of light conditions
• Rugged and weather resistant
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July, 2009
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Dimensions 12.4 (l) x 8.7 (w) x 4.1 (h) in
(31.5 x 22 x 10.5 cm)
Weight 9 lbs (4.1 kg) including battery
Environmental Water Resistant
CE and FCC Compliant
Timeless Mining Company Mine Support Services: GPR

Low Frequency Antennas
With nearly four decades experience, GSSI continues to design and manufacture the world’s
best Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR) antennas. GSSI antennas feature the highest signal-to-noise ratio of any antenna available in the industry, providing the highest quality data with clear
and accurate results.
GSSI has developed a series of antennas to meet the needs of a broad range of applications.
All antennas are interchangeable with any SIR-System. It is simple to locate features of interest and subsurface layers in real-time, up to 100 feet or more with GSSI low frequency GPR antennas. Configure a system that works best based on a specific application or environmental
conditions.
270 MHz
The 270 MHz is suited for deeper utility, engineering and geotechnical applications.
• Center Frequency: 270 MHz
• Depth Range: 0-18 ft (0-6 m)
• Weight: 18.5 lbs (8.6 kg)
• Dimensions: 18x18x6.5 in (45x45x17 cm)
• Model 5104 (U.S.), Model 5104A (International)
Features
• Rugged, military-style connectors
• Long-life replaceable wear skids
• Coated, sealed electronics
• Rugged, high-density molded cables
• Shielding to eliminate above ground interference
• Operates in all temperature conditions, -20°C to 50°C
Discover Subsurface Features with GPR 200 MHz
The 200 MHz can penetrate to a depth of 30 feet (9 meters) which makes it well suited for geotechnical and environmental applications, as well as archaeological investigations.
• Center Frequency: 200 MHz
• Depth Range: 0-30 ft (0-9 m)
• Weight: 45 lbs (20.5 kg)
• Dimensions: 24x24x12 in (60x60x30 cm)
• Model 5106 (U.S.), Model 5106A (International)

TIMELESS MINING CO. SPECIAL APPLICATIONS:
100 MHz
The 100 MHz antenna is used for deep subsurface applications.
The 100 MHz monostatic (top) combines the transmit and receive
electronics in a single antenna housing. The 100 MHz bistatic
(bottom) is a versatile antenna pair that can operate in three different
configurations to optimize performance.
Monostatic Bistatic
• Center Frequency: 100 MHz • Center Frequency: 100 MHz
• Depth Range: 5-50 ft (2-15 m) • Depth Range: 0-100 ft (0-30 m)
• Weight: 28 lbs (13 kg) • Weight: 61 lbs (28 kg)
• Dimensions: 10x38x22 in • Dimensions: 10x38x79 in
(25x96x56 cm) (25x96x200 cm)
• Model 3207AP • Model 3207F
15-80 MHz Multiple Low Frequency
The multiple low-frequency antenna is designed for the deepest radar
penetration possible. The antenna design consists of interchangeable
elements; by changing the length of the antenna, you change the
transmission frequency. This antenna can be deployed in discrete measurements (stacking) or continuous profile data collection modes.
• Center Frequency: 15-80 MHz adjustable
• Depth Range: 0-150 ft (0-50 m)
• Weight: 33-50 lbs (15-23 kg)
• Dimensions: 47-136 inches in length (120-600 cm)
adjustable
• Model 3200 MLF

FREE Consultations and estimates. We provide expert GPR survey services, data analysis, at ONLY $5,000 per 6 day WEEK plus travel expenses. Our clients are private contractors, MINE OWNERS, and small mining towns in Cochise and Santa Cruz Counties of Southern Arizona.
Call FRANK @ 520-255-3830 Let’s talk Mining!

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4 thoughts on “Ground Penetrating Radar affordable for small mines.

  1. Dear sirs,

    Thank you for your website. would you please send me more specification and price list, because i need to as precious detector depth under ground.

    am nassir

    • Hello,
      I have a preference for the low frequency model, for my applications, which include pegmatites & aplite deposits [granites]. AS for your example targets, the best frequency range model is determined by the host rocks as much as by the intended target and their density differences. As for the treasure hunting, that’s some of the least challenging of searches. Low freq. might image the items of trash, debris, and desireables, but distinguishing them would still remain a problem, The application area and its ground conductivity & density is of concern when chosing which model & frequency range to use. Our service area at this time is limited to the Southern Arizona & New Mexico region, but we may advise you well in acquiring the most effective combination of generators and antennae, and appropriate methods of survey, with some guidance on interpreting the data & geology for a lesser fee than our personal service survey.
      Thank you for your interest in custom GPR Equipment Systems by Timeless Mining Company.
      PO Box 134 Tombstone, Arizona 85638
      Frank
      Timeless Mining Co.
      PO Box 134
      Tombstone AZ 85638

  2. HI; #1- I want to know if the radar is capable of locating a sapphire dike like the one in Yogo Gulch in Montanta ? # 2 – Or diamond pipes? #3- And or a trove of gold buried in a 100′deep well?

    • Hello,
      I have a preference for the low frequency model, for my applications, which include pegmatites & aplite deposits [granites]. AS for your example targets, the best frequency range model is determined by the host rocks as much as by the intended target and their density differences. I’ve acquired sapphires near Yogo by sluicing, but with more time I would have sought the lode sloughs, near which would be the dike(s).
      I have found some ecologite-oophacite/peridotite pipes in N. New Hampshire and S. AZ, and studied same with Dr. Russ. Such a GPR survey tends to be on a large scale, consuming time as well as equipment investment to process huge volumes. As for the treasure hunting, that’s some of the least challenging of searches. Low freq. might image the items of trash, debris, and desireables, but distinguishing them would still remain a problem, so merely introducing a probe down a well with a discriminating metal detector is just as useful.
      Frank
      Timeless Mining Co.
      PO Box 134
      Tombstone AZ 85638

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