We are pleased to launch VWlog2.
VWlog2 is a simple, rugged, low-power, 2 channel Datalogger which reads most commercially available geotechnical and structural VibratingWire (VW) sensors and optional thermistor temperature sensors.
Many geotechnical instruments benefit from a regular service.
We recommend, as a minimum, a yearly service and recalibration for inclinometer systems, hydrostatic profile systems, vibrating wire data recorders/readouts and pneumatic readouts.
We offer a flexible unit rental service for use in emergencies, short-term projects, or on a trial basis before purchasing.
Most rented instruments can be delivered to UK locations by next day courier, and we are also able to arrange collection.
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Soil Instruments is pleased to launch VWlog2. VWlog2 is a simple, rugged, low-power, 2 channel Datalogger which reads most commercially available geotechnical and structural VibratingWire (VW) sensors and optional thermistor temperature sensors.
itmsoil has launched four new instruments. Find out more here.
This month’s issue of Highways Magazine features itmsoil in an article on the Fence Monitoring System at ‘Rest and Be Thankful’ on the A83 in Scotland.
The Victoria Station Upgrade (VSU) Project is designed to significantly increase the station’s capacity, reduce journey times and provide step-free access for people with impaired mobility.
itmsoil’s largest international project to date is discussed in this technical article, co-written by itmsoil's Jon Scott.
itmsoil has been contracted to provide high tech monitoring services for the Jubilee, Northern and Piccadilly underground lines, where several sections of the system have fallen into disrepair.
Stage Two of the Victoria Station Upgrade project began on the 1st of July with itmsoil supplying £8.3 million worth of monitoring services.
Victoria underground station is at the heart of London’s transport network and one of the busiest and most congested stations, used by around 100 million passengers each year.
1st July 2013
The wettest June in six years was the reason behind a landslide at Harris Park railway station, Sydney.
24th June 2013
New approach to rail safety becomes an online hit, with more than 50 million views on Youtube.
18th June 2013
The largest North American landslide in history has crippled production at the iconic Bingham Canyon Mine.
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