Borehole Cameras

A borehole camera is a purpose-built camera capable of producing continuous video streams for inspecting boreholes and other narrow shafts.

Primarily used in the geotechnical sector they can inspect wells, open water, and mineshafts for casing integrity, contaminants, and search and rescue operations.

Geosystems supply a variety of Geovision borehole cameras along with winches for accurately lowering the camera.

DATASHEET FOR GEOVISION BOREHOLE CAMERA
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Borehole Cameras

Geovision borehole cameras are portable video systems featuring six interchangeable video cameras. Cameras include; pan and tilt, dual view, and a 20mm nano for narrow boreholes.

Using either a motorised or manual winch, Geovision borehole inspection cameras can be lowered to a depth of 650m while still being waterproof.

To optimise performance and viewing we offer several accessories.

  • Video displays – provides real time images of what the borehole camera sees.
  • Recording devices – records the borehole cameras’ images for later viewing.
  • Borehole lighting systems – allows the operator to obtain clearer images.
  • DC battery inverter.

The Geovision cameras are available in several depths ranging from 100m to 650m.

For full details and to discuss the best options for your application we encourage you to contact Geosystems through the web form or by phone.

DATASHEET FOR GEOVISION BOREHOLE CAMERA

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