Borehole research and logging

T&A does borehole surveys using logging equipment, for example for water distribution companies. The logging tools are lowered into the borehole to determine the physical properties of the direct borehole surroundings.

Possible applications of geophysical techniques in borehole investigation and logging are:

  • scanning the borehole wall, for example to detect micro fractures,
  • determining salinity and other physical properties of the soil surrounding the borehole
  • dermination of physical properties of subsurface material 
  • detecting aquifers
  • detecting impermeable layers
  • detecting of geological transitions
  • detecting of deeper laying (foreign) objects
  • detecting pollution

TISA 2D Borehole Radar