What We Do

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The EKS technology's accuracy has been reliable over the past 13 years throughout the world and more recently over the last 8 years in the U.S.A.

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EKS Signals


The U.S. Geological Survey states:

"To locate groundwater accurately and to determine the depth, quantity, and quality of the water, several techniques must be used, and a target area must be thoroughly tested and studied to identify hydrologic and geologic features..."

The Electroseismic Survey Method
Electro Seismic Surveys

 

How We Find Well Water for You

Seismoelectric
"an offshoot of oil exploration technology
which has been optimized for locating ground water."

A shock is sent into the ground.
When the shock encounters a water bearing layer, the water vibrates in the rock. This generates a slight electric charge.

Electrodes in the ground detect this electric charge.
It is sent to our computer system. From the signal we can estimate the depth to the aquifer and the yield of a well drilled into the aquifer.

Each sounding is a snapshot of the ground at a specific spot.
A survey consists of several soundings, spaced 75-100 feet apart, to provide a profile of the ground water under your property, helping you find well water.

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