£2,700.00 ex VAT
Current Lead time from Manufacturer: 8 Weeks Approx.
The KT-10 magnetic susceptibility meter is a handheld instruments that can measure the magnetic susceptibility and/or conductivity of a geological sample, material or core. It is available with circular and rectangular coil designs in order to measure large or small sized samples, respectively. The KT-10 meters produce repeatable results, and include features such as corrections for split and full cores, the ability to input information to correlate measurements to their appropriate depths, a built-in microphone to record voice notes, and the GeoView data management/visualization software. With its compact and rugged design, the KT-10 meters are ideal instruments for use in the field, core shack, or lab.
The KT-10 magnetic susceptibility meter dedicated piece of apparatus which is designed to obtain readings, regarding magnetic susceptibility and/or conductivity of a geological or core sample, such as those of mineral ores, aggregates or other similar materials. It has two coils, a circular one and a rectangular versions for measuring small and larger samples respectively. Operating at 10 kHz, they provide users with a sensitivity: 10(-6) SI units and a measuring range of 0.001 x 10(-3) to 1999.99 x 10(-3) SI units. For certain situations, a pin mode available for measuring uneven surfaces, such as rough handle samples of aggregates. The device comes with a high contrast LCD display with 104 x 88 pixels and 8 GB of memory, allowing up to 4,000 total records stored. The data can be imported/exported via USB and Bluetooth (GPS pairing) and runs on two AA batteries. Three modes of operation are available: discrete measurements, continuous scanning (20 readings per second), or borehole (correlate measurements to their depth in the borehole). In addition, the overall kit is supplied with GeoView software to organize and visualize data on a PC.