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Gediminas Castle Hill update 2019

Mar 4th, 2019

Latest images from Gediminas Castle Hill in Lithuania show the site where Geosense sensors, including Load Cells, Prisms and Tilt Meters, have been used to monitor a major landslide. View a pictorial record of work on the site, which tracks progress from the start of the landslide in 2016...

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Floodplain Monitoring in Belgium

Jan 23rd, 2019

The Sigma Plan, designed by De Vlaamse Waterweg NV, protects Flanders from flooding, at the same time boosting the valuable nature surrounding the River Scheldt. Geosense Piezometers were installed on several cross sections along the new levee. The levee is built on peaty ground and the aim...

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Geosense at Rome Conference

Jan 16th, 2019

Geosense is exhibiting at the International Course on Geotechnical and Structural Monitoring, May 27-31. If you want to attend what is one of the most popular European geotechnical events, there is a discount on bookings made before February 15. The sixth course is again in Rome but...

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Sensors sent to Uganda

Jan 7th, 2019

The new year was off to a flying start in the Geosense warehouse with a crate full of instrumentation bound for Uganda. Sensors including piezometers, inclinometers and extensometers are being installed as part of a monitoring system on a large dam. Geosense has extensive experience of...

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Geosense supports shoebox appeal

Dec 17th, 2018

Geosense staff donated gifts to fill 50 shoeboxes for children in need around the world. The company paid for distribution of the boxes instead of sending our corporate gifts and cards. We would like to take this opportunity to thank all our customers for their support and business in 2018...

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ALL Geosense casing made in UK

Dec 7th, 2018

All Geosense casing is manufactured in the UK. We machine each end using state-of-the-art CNC machines here in our production department. This allows us to ensure each length of casing meets our stringent quality requirements.

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NWM Training Day

Dec 6th, 2018

A team from NVM Environmental & Industrial Monitoring in Ireland recently took part in a one-day training course at Geosense.  Headed by Geosense Senior Geotechnical Engineer Tony Laque, the course covered portable and in-place inclinometers, the use of tilt meters, data loggers and...

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Extensometers sent to Germany

Nov 21st, 2018

More news from our production department - This week the warehouse team were busy packing a five-point rod extensometer. The customer requested 500mm anchors rather than the standard 300mm. The order was placed on Friday and ready for despatch Monday morning. It is going to a former mine in...

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Submersible Tilt Meters

Nov 15th, 2018

Geosense is proud of its quality UK manufacturing facility. Many products are made to customers' specific requirements and to meet tight deadlines. Soon to be despatched are these submersible 4-20 mA tilt meters. “The customer requested an analogue output rather than the usual...

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Manufacturing Pressure Cells

Nov 14th, 2018

Ready for despatch – Geosense technician Clare Armitage makes final checks to a batch of Total Earth Pressure Cells - Model VWTPC-4000. In Geosense’s manufacturing facility, two stainless steel plates are welded around their periphery with the narrow gap between the plates filled...

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