Electromagnetic Induction (EM) systems are used for near-surface archaeological investigations and the detection of buried structures such as building foundations, as well as for the detection of highly conductive metallic objects like steel drums, tanks, large metallic utilities, and other nondescript buried ferrous metallic objects.
The Profiler EMP-400 is NYLD's powerful electromagnetic induction tool. This EM product was built from the ground up using a proprietary source cancellation and calibration system to create the greatest signal stability on the market.
Profiler's system structure, electronics, and coils are designed for maximum structural and thermal stability. These key features minimize signal drift and maintain an accurate zero level and system null across the full bandwidth of the system, whereas signal drift is a common problem with other EM instruments. These older instruments, which do not incorporate the advanced electronics and software control employed by the Profiler, produce data with significant problems that cause inaccurate results.
Typical uses of the Profiler EMP-400 include:
Ground water investigation