DeviHealth is an innovative and portable calibration-check system specifically designed for the DeviGyro instrument.
Although the DeviGyro has proven to be one of the most accurate and durable borehole surveying solutions on the market, accidents can still occur. DeviHealth enables calibration checks to be completed anywhere, at the drill site, in the office, surface or underground ensuing there are no excuses for ever compromising onsite QA/QC procedures.
Whether adhering to routine on-site calibration-check procedures or assessing the DeviGyro after an accident, DeviHealth’s small size and user-friendly app make this process more convenient than ever.
After finishing a calibration check, the DeviHealth app issues a report documenting the status of the DeviGyro instrument. This report can be easily stored and shared digitally via DeviCloud or simply exported to a printable file.
DeviGyro Health Check
Quick and precise calibration-check
The DeviHealth system allows a quick and precise calibration-check procedure for the DeviGyro environment.
DeviHealth works with
Continuous, precise, high speed gyro
DeviGyro Overshot Xpress
Compact overshot survey solution for the diamond core drilling application
DeviGyro RG40 Standard
Ultra-versatile survey solution for most types of in-rod applications
DeviGyro RG30 Slimline
Multipurpose survey solution for all slim drill hole applications
The complete survey data management system, connecting drillers, geologist and engineers
Frequently asked questions
Approximately 20 minutes in total. With the first couple of minutes and the last 10 minutes not involving operator handling.
No, it is optional. DeviHealth is available to DeviGyro customers simply for enabling them to conduct onsite calibration-checks, whenever required.
Instrument calibration is performed under laboratory conditions in highly specialized and customized calibration rigs. Based on data collected by the instrument, and the precise knowledge of the sequence, calibration constants are derived. A calibration-check is a simpler procedure where the objective is to verify that the instrument is within acceptable thresholds and performing optimally.