The operational arm of Geophysical Technology Limited (GTL) along with Explosives and Ammunition Technologies (EXAT) was merged together to create G-tek Australia Pty Limited (G-tek). This led to the creation of one of the largest geophysics entities or explosive ordnances with a mixture of corporate Geophysical Technologies Limited and private ownership.
G-tek, which was formed from the merger of Geophysical Technology Limited and Explosives and Ammunition Technologies, undertakes mineral exploration projects for several mining companies around the world. It commercialises Sub-Audio Magnetic (SAM) technology by carrying out mineral exploration contracts and further refining the SAM technology for application to UXO with the support of the US Army Corps of Engineers (USACE).
A broad range of search equipment is used by G-tek to meet exacting requirements. The equipment used by G-tek includes electromagnetic detectors, analogue gradient magnetometers, EOD marking and destruction equipment and field setout and survey equipment.
G-tek offers the equipment for long and short term rental with and without operators. G-tek also owns a broad range of Analogue Gradient Magnetometers that include Foerster Ferrex 4.032, Foerster Ferrex 3.021, Shonstead and Vallon.
A range of Minelab metal detectors including Minlab F1A4 detectors, Minelab F3 detectors and Minelab Excalibure Detectors is also owned by G-tek.