The 40TGU-1000 Triple Gamma Geiger probe was designed specifically for use in Uranium Exploration and Production. It measures natural gamma radiation from a Sodium Iodide scintillation crystal and a ZP1320 High-flux Geiger-Muller tube pair with anti-coincidence circuitry. This results in three natural gamma logs collected simultaneously.
The G-M tube pair, installed below the NaI detector, has been used successfully to determine ore grade in very high concentrations of U3O8. By having three different detector sensitivities, the 40TGU-1000 probe can be used in exploration and production projects with wide variations in ore grade. Accurate concentrations can be measured in uranium ore grades ranging from less than 0.1% to 20%.
- Uranium Ore Grade Analysis
- Bed boundary analysis
- Coarsening/ Fining Sequences in mineralized zones
- Identify Clay Aquitards
- Formation Thickness
[X] PVC Borehole
Features & Benefits
- Able to collect ore grade data in very high and low concentrations of uranium.
- Versatile, ubiquitous probe which functions with a wide range of applications and borehole conditions.
- Matrix .sub files can be modified to output gamma in API units or %wt U3O8 (percent weight Uranium).
- Mount Sopris manufactures more natural gamma and spectral tools than any other slimline manufacturer in the world today.
- Gamma probes with other scintillation materials and sizes can be custom made for your application.
Specifications – Metric/English
|Weight||4.0 Kg||8.8 lbs.|
|Max. Pressure||200 bar||2900 psi|
Sensors: NaI Scintillation Crystal, 2 Pairs of G-M Tubes
Measurement Range: 1 to 100,000 cps
Accuracy: ± 0.5%
Resolution: 0.02% Full Scale
Average K-factors (0.24% U3O8):
|NaI||4.75 x 10-6|
|G1320||1.1 x 10-6|