Loza Radar Equipment

GPR LOZA-V

GPR LOZA-V ( 50 – 400 MHz) is a midrange pulse electromagnetic geoprobe, allowing to explore the soil at a depths of 0 to 50 meters, (more than 50 m, with optional 50 MHz antennas used), depending on the geoprobe model, antenna used and medium parameters.

With geoprobe of Loza series is possible to study the geological structure of the soil, identify anomalous zones of moisture, land subsidence, etc. The device is usable for solving geological projects for road building, engineering geology, archeology and monitoring of deep-mined routes of horizontal and inclined drilling.

A characteristic feature of LOZA-V compared with known world analogs is a high energy potential allowing to probe highly conductive soils, such as wet clay, inaccessible for standard GPR.
Option Value
Frequency band 50-400 MHz
Time resolution 1,2,4 ns
Repetition rate 1000 Hz
Energy potential 120 dB
Registration range 256,512,1024,2048 ns
Temperature range -20 to +50 °C

GPR LOZA-N

GPR LOZA-N ( 1 – 50 MHz) is a lowrange pulse electromagnetic geoprobe, allowing to explore the soil at a depths more than 200 meters, (up to 400 m, with optional 20 MW transmitter and 10 MHz antennas used), depending on the geoprobe model, antenna used and medium parameters.

​With geoprobe of Loza series is possible to study the geological structure of the soil, identify anomalous zones of moisture, land subsidence, etc. The device is usable for solving geological projects for road building, engineering geology, archeology and monitoring of deep-mined routes of horizontal and inclined drilling.

​A characteristic feature of LOZA-N compared with known world analogs is a high energy potential allowing to probe highly conductive soils, such as wet clay, inaccessible for standard GPR.
Option Value
Frequency band 1-50 MHz
Time resolution 1,2,4,8 ns
Repetition rate 500 Hz
Energy potential 120 dB
Registration range 256,512,1024,2048,4096 ns
Temperature range -20 to +50 °C

Software

Loza Radar has developed its own specialized software for processing and analyzing data obtained with the Loza Radar – KROT.
  • Each radar pulse, read every 20 cm, is “stacked” to obtain an image of the geological structure (the “geological profile” of the subsoil).
  • Data is processed using algorithms and settings.
  • The structural heterogeneity of the geological profile is visually conspicuous and certain conductive and high-resistance properties of the cytological composition of the interior are identified.
  • Data can also be provided in the following formats: RAW, TXT, 3D model (if applicable), other formats are available on request.
  • Compatible with Leapfrog software – the actual industry standard in geological 3D modeling.
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