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Specim SisuROCK automated core logging and mineral exploration hyperspectral imaging workstation

Automate Core Logging and Mineral Exploration with SisuROCK

The Specim SisuROCK workstation is a fully automated, multi-camera spectral imaging instrument for easy and rapid scanning of drill cores and other geological samples.

The SisuROCK seamlessly integrates with Specim's state-of-the-art hyperspectral cameras, from visual to thermal range, an RGB camera, and a 3D imager, allowing the user to detect and analyze a wide variety of minerals with exceptional accuracy.


High-speed, High-resolution Mineral Mapping with Hyperspectral Imaging

The SisuROCK is a scientifically proven and reliable hyperspectral imaging instrument that significantly improves the efficiency and productivity of drill core analysis and mineral mapping.

With it's fully automated core logging capabilities, users can image an entire core area in seconds, eliminating time-consuming sample preparation. It can image a single drill core in high-resolution mode, or an entire drill core box in high-speed scan mode.

SisuROCK offers an efficient and high-performance production tool for the mining industry and a versatile and flexible analysis tool for geological research applications.


Comprehensive Spectral Analysis for Accurate Mineral Exploration

The SisuROCK workstation is compatible with Specim VNIR, SWIR, MWIR, and LWIR hyperspectral cameras, offering extensive imaging capabilities. It also features an RGB camera and a 3D imager. This versatility and flexibility allows users to capture a variety of minerals with unparalleled accuracy and detail. It's excelled spatial and spectral resolution and double-sided illumination optimizes the image quality of even the most difficult deposits and textures.

Hyperspectral analysis in mining and mineral exploration offer critical insights into their composition, distribution, and alteration patterns. This knowledge in invaluable when identifying areas with high mineral potential or conducting in-depth geological research.

The hyperspectral data cubes acquired from the first scan are in digital format and those can be used to produce precise mineral maps for geological research applications or to advance mining exploration.

Mineral Identification Reference Chart:
Specim Mineral Identification Chart by Wavelength Range