Recently Modernized Groundwater Location Technology Aids Farmers and Residential Home Owners in Drought Areas

Mr. Kraemer, of Aqualocate, has recently modernized the circuitry of the original system and converted some circuitry to firmware which allows for deeper imaging at a faster rate with improved overall accuracy of the depth, yield and thickness estimates before a water well is drilled. The new improved unit [GF6] has recently become available and weighs less than one fourth the weight of the original system.

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Companies like Schlumberger have mastered the seismic exploration industry. Similarly AquaLocate has mastered the seismoelectric exploration industry. Unlike seismics, seismoelectrics actually see the water. -Ervin Kraemer

Lakewood, WA (PRWEB) May 21, 2014

Mr. Kraemer, of Aqualocate, has recently modernized the circuitry of the original system and converted some circuitry to firmware which allows for deeper imaging at a faster rate with improved overall accuracy of the depth, yield and thickness estimates before a water well is drilled. The new improved unit [GF6] has recently become available and weighs less than one fourth the weight of the original system.

Companies like Schlumberger have mastered the seismic exploration industry and similarly AquaLocate has mastered the seismoelectric exploration industry through the development of a modern version of a seismoelectric system that has been commercially available for nearly two decades. In fact, originating out of England, the first commercially available seismoelectric groundwater location unit [the GF1500] was brought to the U.S. in 2001 by Mr. Kraemer of AquaLocate. It was packaged in a semi portable lunch box style desktop computer. Visualize if you will a “portable” computer twenty inches wide, twelve inches tall, and eight inches deep and weighing more than twenty pounds. In 2002 Mr. Kraemer began working closely with Dr. Richard Clarke of Groundflow, LTD and by 2003 he was manufacturing and distributing all of Groundflow’s seismoelectric units.

The seismoelectric systems exclusively distributed by Ervin Kraemer around the world since 2003 are currently being used on four continents by nonprofit organizations and entrepreneurs to locate potential well drilling sites for residential, agricultural and even municipal water systems. Mr. Kraemer personally trains and assists each individual who uses the seismoelectric system as needed. Gerald R. Burden, Owner SG Ventures Group, LLC. of Texas who purchased an earlier version of the seismoelectric groundwater location technology nearly 7 years ago shares “the seismoelectric technology has changed my life. I now have that business I always wanted, no longer working for someone else and helping many people along the way find dependable sources of groundwater.” For more information on the GF6 seismoelectric technology visit http://www.aqualocate.com or contact Ervin Kraemer directly at 800-251-2920


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