- Limited-Time Instrument Trade-In Offer
If you own an Advanced Geosciences, Inc. Sting R1, MiniSting™ R1, 2012 and older SuperSting™, or a competitor's instrument—you can trade these in now for credit towards the purchase of any new AGI SuperSting™ WiFi instrument.
- SuperSting Wifi™, The Premier Electrical Imaging System
The SuperSting™ Wi-Fi is a next-generation electrical resistivity meter and induced polarization (IP), and self-potential (SP) system, used to scan and image the subsurface of the earth and visualize the results in 2D slices or 3D volumes.
- Geophysical Instruments for Land and Water
For years, the SuperSting has given our customers unparalleled subsurface detail. Now, with the Marine Resistivity System add-on module, you can collect streaming marine data with a towed cable.
This fully automated add-on module allows for hydrographic surveys with continuously recording ERI data which contain positional data from a GPS receiver—along with the depth profile measured with 200Khz echo sounder.
- The Switch Box Grid
The Switch Box Grid is available for the SuperSting WiFi. The Switch Box Grid makes it possible to connect separate wires from each electrode using a regular banana plug. Each banana socket is sealed to the inside of the grid box making it usable in harsh environments.
The Switch Box Grid has been designed with special emphasis on ease of cleaning the surface of the grid box. The lid is also made of a non-conductive thermoplastic material preventing leakage between connectors.
- The MiniSting R1 Electrical Resistivity Meter
This single-channel tool is engineered to be the best instrument for manual resistivity jobs—ease of use, low cost, and high accuracy make it ideal for low-manpower explorations and educational and training demonstrations.
The MiniSting R1 is a high-powered, induced polarization (IP) and electrical resistivity instrument used for testing grounding grids, soil resistivity testing for corrosion protection design, and more.
- AGI Groundwater Educational Series
In this ongoing series we’re going to tackle important information you need to know about groundwater. Groundwater is a topic that comes up a lot here at Advanced Geosciences. We figure why not share our wealth of knowledge with the world? Everything from what groundater is, to how to find it, and so much more! Check back often for new updates!
Who has the time to wait for an email, online chat, or phone call? We know you need answers quickly, which is why we now have the AGI Help Desk. This hub will hold all of the answers to questions about Electrical Resistivity Imaging surveys and our Geophysical Products. Of course, our stellar support team is still available to answer any questions or guide you remotely when you’re in the field!
We arm our customers with the knowledge they need to complete their surveys effectively and within budget. Take a look through some valuable resources below.