For applications ranging in depth from 2,500 feet up to 5,000 feet, a vehicle-based system can provide years of reliable service in a comfortable and highly versatile environment. Additional advantages of a vehicle-based inspection include:
- Fully self-contained vehicle is always “ready to go”
- Easy to maneuver at job sites
- Spacious work area and counter top; room for several to view monitor simultaneously
- Generous accessory storage area
- Comfortable, climate-controlled environment
- New Ford, Chevrolet, GMC or Dodge cargo vans with air conditioning, power brakes power steering, automatic transmission and AM/FM radio
- Other vehicle installations also available (SUVs, high cube vans, pick-up campers and mini-vans).
- Custom Adjusting Table with Fold Down Work Station
- Up To 4,000 feet (1,219.2 m) of Cable
- Full Monitor Rack and Electronics Cabinet
- Tripod Assembly
- Operator’s Chair and Passenger Seat
- Hydraulic System Install
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- Ford E-350 1 Ton, GVWR 9,500
- 6.8L V-10 or 6.0L Diesel
- Advanced Adapters Atlas II All Gear Driven Transfer Case
- Dynatrac Pro-Roc 60 Front Axle
- Dana 60 Rear Axle
- High Knuckle Front End for Extra Tie Rod Clearance
- Extra Heavy Duty Steering Arm
- Horizontal Drag Link Eliminates Bump Steer
- Spicer 1350 One-Ton Rated Driveline Components
- Your choice of Open, Limited Slip, or Locking Differentials
- Partial Military Wrap Springs Vehicle
Considering a vehicle-based borehole inspection system?
This brief video explains some of the things you should be kept top-of-mind when considering a vehicle-based borehole inspection system.