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Robertson Geo • Natural Gamma Probe - Triple Gamma & Ultra-Slim Gamma

Product Type
Wireline Logging Tool
Product Snapshot
Product Name
Natural Gamma Probe - Triple Gamma & Ultra-Slim Gamma
Product Type
Wireline Logging Tool
Robertson Geo
Rent ● Equipment & Operator
Robertson Geo's Natural Gamma Probes - Triple Gamma & Ultra-Slim Gamma Probes -  measure the activities of naturally occurring or man-made isotopes.

Principle of Measurement
The probes are based on scintillation gamma detectors which measure the natural gamma radiation released from potassium and the decay products of uranium and thorium in the borehole.
Features & Applications
Key Features
  • Small diameter for slim-hole operations
  • Multiple detectors with different sensitivities
  • Offshore renewable energy geotechnical site investigations
  • Mineral detection
  • Strata correlation between wells
Operating Conditions
Borehole Type
Open/cased; water/air-filled
Logging Speed
4m/min (slower in low gamma lithology)
Probe Specifications
38 mm
Length (Assembled)
2.10m (Triple Gamma) / 0.79m (Ultra-Slim)
Weight (Assembled)
6kg (Triple Gamma) / 4kg (Ultra-Slim)
Temperature (Max)
0-70°C (extended ranges available)
Pressure (Max)
Launch & Recovery
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Principle of Measurement
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Principle of Measurement
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