GeoCube customers should
update to the latest TC Module in
GLD2016. Features include Splash Screen identification; improved column renaming;
intelligent Metric/English; automatic sensor pair selection.
Works with Windows 10.
This is a free upgrade for all GeoCube owners!
GeoCube Control Panel Now Includes Direct View Meter.
By popular request, a combination Volts/Amps/kWh/kW/Elapsed Time meter is included for operator convenience. The meter is intended for easy observation of the generator and GeoCube operation once a test is started.
More Details here.
GeoCubes are CE Marked for EEA Applications and Usage.
International Voltage and Frequency options are now available! Use our
convenient quote form and specify
your regional voltage and frequency needs to get a GeoCube built for
your available power source.
Range model increases your reach to 850 feet / 260 meters.
New! Redundant temp sensors
are now manifold mounted in the fluid flow path and are better
protected. Earlier models utilized external pipe mounted
Stainless filter now
included in all GeoCubes! Protects pump & flow meter from unknown sediment in
New paper now available ,
"What to Look for in Thermal Response / Thermal Conductivity Test Services".
The GeoCube provides firms with an in-house Thermal Conductivity (TC) / Thermal Response (TRT) / Borehole Thermal Resistance (BTR) testing and data analysis capability.
The state-of-the-art test unit comes with a software suite for fast data analysis. The GeoCube provides its owners with significant time and cost savings.
Demo Units for
What is a TC / TRT Test?
Thermal Conductivity / Thermal
Response testing is a quantitative technique for calculating the soil thermal properties necessary for designing an efficient ground source heat pump system. Typically, they are performed when designing vertical heat exchangers
for commercial geothermal projects.
With the right equipment and software data analysis tools, TC/TRT tests are straight-forward to perform.
A TC/TRT test provides invaluable information to accurately and
economically design a loopfield.
A commercial design without accurate TC/TRT data runs the risk of being over/undersized. Can you afford to drill an extra
few thousand feet because your design did not have accurate TC/TRT information for design calculations?
A GeoCube can often pay for itself after only a few uses.