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  • Total Stations, Theodolites, and Transits-Image
    Total Stations, Theodolites, and Transits - (57 companies)
    ...geodetic and surveying instruments) maintains standards applicable to surveying instruments. ISO 9849 discusses terminology. ISO 12858 deals with ancillary devices for the following geodetic instruments: Invar leveling staffs, tripods... Learn More
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    Mapping and Surveying Services - (1137 companies)
    Mapping and surveying services perform all of the activities that involve the physical measurement of land areas, including field surveying and data collection operations as well as the creation of maps using existing or acquired data. Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Satellites - (32 companies)
    Satellites are manmade objects placed in orbit above the Earth for a variety of civil, scientific, and military applications, such as communications, environmental monitoring, navigation, and reconnaissance. Learn More
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    Tool Boxes and Tool Cabinets - (297 companies)
    Tool boxes and cabinets are enclosed cases for storing, organizing, and carrying tools. They are also used to protect tools from outside weather elements. Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Tool Kits - (136 companies)
    Tool kits contain different types and sizes of tools, often in a convenient carrying case. Learn More

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To level the X- and Y-axes of the Model 520-W Geodetic Platform Tiltmeter, the user turns a knob that raises or lowers an invar screw by means of a worm gear assembly. One complete 360° turn of the knob turns the screw by 6°, or 1/60 of a revolution. The ½-inch diameter screw has a pitch of 40...

The Carnegie Institution of Washington has installed two Jewell Instruments Model 510 Geodetic Borehole Tiltmeters in the sea floor east of Japan. The scientists are attempting to establish long-term sea floor observatories in one of the world's most active earthquake zones. Each observatory...

...in its development, this technology may one day enable water treatment plants to purify water with ceramic membrane filters instead of harsh chemicals. , both assistant professors of civil and environmental engineering and geodetic science, and doctoral students Dong Chen and Mikko Lamminen described their...

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