With the user-friendly DeviRodder, borehole survey instruments such as the DeviShot or DeviGyro can easily be pushed into the drill hole and reeled back out while surveying in both directions, supporting continuous and multi-shot surveying modes.
The DeviCounter component not only ensures high quality data by recording precise depth, but it is also what enables continuous mode with the DeviGyro, equating to faster surveying and thus a higher number of possible meters surveyed per shift, which is especially valuable in high volume projects such as underground drill and blast.
Prior to the invention of the DeviRodder, heavy duty plastic piping was the main method for feeding survey tools in and out of most short, horizontal, and up-hole applications. Though this piping method is still widely used around the world as a reliable, proven option, the newly released DeviRodder enables a much less labor intensive, safer, and more accurate surveying process, through a purpose-built product design.
DeviRodder is available in the standard 100m version and a 150m version.