1. Autocad(2D)

Location plan:
Preparation of Reconnaissance Permit/Prospecting License/Mining Lease Plans (Grid wise)
For suparimposition of Map

2. Surpac

- World's most popular geology and mine planning software.
- It supports open pit and underground mining operations and exploration projects.
- The two most important things done by surpac.

I. Geological modelling,

All borehole data can be a direct input to Surpac. This saves time and minimizes errors.

1. Existing data in any format can also be an input to Surpac(ASCII format).
2. Surpac will audit and load only valid data with options for error removal.
3. Once connected to Geology database in Surpac the Geologist works in 3D environment , which helps to;Create Borehole PlotsDifferent types of CompositingCreate Geological Cross sections and PlansWireframingor orebodymodelling based on geology and or grade,Geostatisticalcalculations to arrive at optimum interval of drilling and influence.
4.Block Modelling to compute grade by various interpolation methods to compute Geological and Mineable reserves at different cut-off and level.
5.Creation of Slice plan and sections at any interval or orientation.

II. Block modelling,

It provides a method for estimating volume, tonnage, and average grade of a 3-D bodyf rom sparse drill hole data.

- Estimation of grade by different methods - IDW, Krigging.
- Geological and Mineable Reserve estimation at different cut-offs.
- Creation of section and slice plan at any interval and orientation.
- Different reports - elevationwise, gradewise, lithocodewise, mining blockwise, statistical analysis, histogram etc.

Surpac addresses all the requirements of geologists, surveyors, and mining engineers in the resource sector.

3. Rock ware

Drillhole logs, soil boring logs, geophysical logs, well construction diagrams. Send us your field notes and we will convert them to digital logs.

Subsurface Geological modeling and visualization: cross-sections, maps, three-dimensional models and diagrams

Aqueous Geochemistry consulting services: Eh/pH diagrams, speciation diagrams, reaction path models, reactive transport models

Hydrogeological diagrams, contours, flow and transport modeling


Resource modeling and volumetrics
Geological characterization
Assistance with mine and drillhole planning
Analysis of assay and downhole geophysical data
Geochemical modeling - acid rock chemistry prediction, leach fluid design, tailings effluent composition, pit lake chemistry, metal mobility

Soil characterization
Soil and water contaminant plume modeling
Visualization of MIP, shallow resistivity and GPR data
Excavation modeling and volumetrics
Geochemical modeling
Flow and transport modeling

4. Surfer

A Powerful Contouring, Gridding, and Surface Mapping Package for Scientists and Engineers

Surfer is a contouring and 3D surface mapping program that runs under Microsoft Windows. It quickly and easily converts your data into outstanding contour, 3D surface, 3D wireframe, vector, image, shaded relief, and post maps. Virtually all aspects of your maps can be customized to produce exactly the presentation you want. Producing publication quality maps has never been quicker or easier.

Contour Maps ,3D Surface Maps ,Image Maps ,Shaded Relief Maps ,Post Maps ,3D Wireframe Maps ,Vector Maps ,Base Maps ,Map Layers ,Stacking Maps ,Customize Your Map, Superior Gridding ,Variograms ,Faults and Breaklines ,Grid Functions

Using USGS and SRTM Data ,Worksheet ,Object Manager ,Active X Automation


Identification (Latitude and longitude) of green field and Brown field area


1. For Surveying:

Instrument required for Survey
1. Total station
2. Global Positioning System

A total station need to be used for the shake of speed and precision in surveying. Total station is an optical instrument used in modern surveying. It is a combination of an electronic theodolite (transit), an electronic distance meter (EDM) and software running on an external computer known as a data collector.

The Global Positioning System (GPS) is a global navigation satellite system (GNSS), chiefly developed locate the position of a particular location with co-ordinates (Latitude and Longitudes) and navigational purposes.

I) Topographical mapping of the area on 1:5000 and 1:2000 scale with one meter contour interval.
II) Laying grid lines has to be drawn for the borehole points.
III) Fixing of the bench mark.

2. For Geochemical analysis of Surface samples:

X-ray Fluorescence (XRF) Spectroscopy using both energy and wavelength modes has for some time been used as the method of choice for determining percentage levels of metals in inorganic matrices such as alloys and cement. Recent technological advances that enhance both the resolution and data process capabilities now allow XRF to perform ppm level determinations on a wide range of sample matrices. The primary focus of sample preparation is to achieve homogeneity. Samples are then loaded into a sample cup with a thin mylar film and placed in the instrument. Depending on specific metals, the run time is 10-30 minutes for an energy dispersive system. Quantitation limits are generally 10-20 ppm for electrically cooled XRF units and the added stability of a liquid nitrogen unit results in an approximate increase in sensitivity of around 25%.

Surface samples have to be collected randomly from different locations covering the entire area separately and the geochemical analysis of the samples can be done directly in the field by using the following sophisticated instrument.

Instrument used:

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The Thermo scientific Niton x-ray tube based x-ray fluorescence analyzers have most demanding applications. It is Portable and analyzes major/minor/trace elements in sample. It can analyze 25 elements and its standard analytical range includes from Mg to U (varies by application).

DHP-1000 is a high performance down hole probe, based on Energy dispersive X-ray Fluorescence (EDXRF) spectrometry for the determination of minor and major concentrations in boreholes and other matrices. This instrument provide years of reliable, fast and accurate analysis. It is possible to lower the DHP system down a predrilled hole up to 100's of meters. The down hole probe revolutionizes in-situ characterization, providing real-time concentration information in the field-no waiting lab results.

It shows good performance features. Most elements of interest detected at <0.01% with a 30 second measurement time and it is of higher accuracy as the system down a pre-drilled hole up to hundreds of meters.

For confirmation of the geochemical data obtained by our portable XRF, the sample has to send such agencies/ laboratory. So negotiation has to be done prior to beginning of the drilling operation. Numbers of good laboratories are few and they can not cope up with work load, resulting in back log. So a negotiation has to be done with such agencies to ensure that the result of the glauconitic sand stone should receive timely. This will ensure timely completion of report and further advancement of the project.

3. For Drilling

Core drills
Single tube core barrel
Double tube core barrel

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