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AGI’s Passive Graphite Electrode Cable (U.S. Patent 6,674,286) is used in corrosive environments and where electrolysis—metal contact with water—can occur. Instead of thermoplastic—which is less expensive and easier to apply—we use thermoset polyurethane which ensure that our electrodes chemically adhere to the outer jacket of the cable and become completely waterproof and heat resistant.
This means that you can survey in liquid environments without gathering noisy data caused by poorly insulated cables.
The Passive Graphite Electrode Cables are used in the following applications:
ERI (electrical resistivity tomography and IP tomography) compatible.
Imaging of both fresh and salt water along shorelines.
Cross-borehole 2D and 3D surveys.
Corrosive environments like salt water and CO2 sequestration sites.
Marine and lacustrine environments.
Time lapse monitoring applications (buried within landfills, dams, boreholes, etc.).
Each electrode is 2.75 inches (7 cm) in length.
Made of non-corrosive, non-hazardous graphite.
Fresh-water- and saltwater-stable.
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When you can see what you're working with below the surface, you can make better decisions that save you time and money.