Abitibi Geophysics has added the ARMIT 3 probe to its range of products and services. Exploration mining companies can now more effectively identify drill targets and reduce operating costs. The product launch is taking place in Toronto during the 2018 Annual Prospectors & Developers Association of Canada (PDAC) Conference.“At Abitibi Geophysics, research and development are major reasons why the company has been so successful. The ARMIT 3 is a unique probe that simultaneously measures the B and dB/dt fields so you can detect a wide range of conductors. The probe is easy to use, sturdy, fast, light and stable and it delivers quality data without the use of a dewar. The ARMIT 3 has an extremely low noise envelope so it is much easier to identify drill targets and therefore reduce your operating costs. It is, without a doubt, a wise investment your mining exploration team can make.”“Abitibi Geophysics is very proud to present the ARMIT 3. This innovative and high-performance methodology will greatly increase the effectiveness of your surveys,” said Pierre Bérubé at Abitibi Geophysics. Compared to ARMIT 2, it has a sensitivity increase of 25%, is a more stable probe, has an improved signal-to-noise sensor, and allows users to explore deeper.