Good news for farmers and investors in agricultural lands, Gold Master International Company is pleased to present to you the first device of its kind in the world that works with three integrated search systems for the detection of underground water and aero wells and the detection of underground water springs, a completely new device with German technology, River G device | River G, the depth of the device reaches 1500 meters under the ground and a front range of 3000 meters on the surface of the earth, with the possibility of determining the type of water whether it is fresh or salty. Working in the most difficult terrain and working in six types of soil: (rocky – clay – mineral – natural – sandy)
For the first time in the world, a device for water detection works with three systems, namely:
First, the three-dimensional imaging system:
The River G device is equipped with a 3D imaging system to allow the prospector to see more accurate details about the presence of underground water layers in the form of a three-dimensional image in addition to showing a set of water analysis results
The type of water with a sign indicating the best place to dig and which contains the largest amount of water.
The depth of the detected water, which is measured in meters.
A circular diagram showing the ratio of: water density – water salinity – the proportion of rocks.
Second, the geophysical system:
The geophysical system in the RIVER G device is one of the best and most powerful systems for searching for water in the ground, the most accurate and the fastest in giving results.
This system provides the prospector with all the data he needs about the underground water with several unique advantages
Determining the depth of the underground water, in addition to accurate details of the density, salinity and type of water if it was (fresh – salty – very salty).
Third, long-range sensor system:
This highly accurate and distinct system is a system for locating water locations within vast areas of up to 3000 meters in the front range of the earth’s surface.