Find Well Water Scientifically/Seismo Electric/Groundwater Survey

With Seismo-Electric Groundwater Surveying from Southwest Groundwater Surveyors it is now possible to find well water scientifically, before ever going to the expense of drilling. Often times people who need to drill a water well end up drilling a costly dry or low yielding well, because they had no way to know where the best drill site is, or the correct depth to drill.

But now with Seismo-Electric technology (also known as Electro-Seismic Surveying or Electro Kinetic Surveying – EKS)  The question of where to drill, how deep to drill, and whether to drill at all is no longer a guessing game.

Seismo-Electric Groundwater Surveying has been available in the United States since the mid 1990’s; with the worldwide success of the technology, groundwater Surveyors now have the ability to see the underground aquifer, Before drilling ever begins.

This method has been successful in helping geologists, drillers, land developers, farmers, ranchers, golf courses, Utilities, and others who are in need of locating groundwater aquifers.

Because our technology has the ability to see the groundwater directly, our clients can then drill their well with the reasonable assurance that they are drilling at the optimal site, and to the best yielding depth. The Seismo-Electric instruments allow the surveyors to locate the optimal drill location, depth to drill (seeing groundwater for as deep as +/-1500 feet underground) and to estimate the yield of the well, prior to drilling.

Now with new developments in the technology (in the water signal to noise ratio) surveyors are able to filter out other naturally occurring  noises that previously interfered with the Seismo-Electric Effect.  This provides increased accuracy in the interpretation of the Data.

Southwest Groundwater Surveyors Service Arizona, California, Nevada, New Mexico, and Utah.

If you would like information on how Southwest Groundwater Surveyors can help you in choosing your new well site, or would like to be connected to a groundwater surveyor in your area contact:

Find Water First Inc.

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