HÁROMKŐ Geophysical and Geological Prospecting Limited Joint Stock Company.
HÁROMKŐ has been established as a research and service company for geological-,
hydrogeological engineering and environmental projects. It is a so called "small business" company, consequently
time to time operates as a subcontractor.
Our reliability is based upon the longterm experience of our engineers and experts working
in Hungary and in faraway countries, such as Mongolia, Lebanon, Cuba, Rwanda, Guatemala. Among our clients we can
take international consultants, governement agencies, private companies and individual landowners into account.
The activity of HÁROMKŐ includes:
Groundwater exploration - first of all, because we think water the most valuable natural
resource. This activity covers
identification of aquifers in loose sedimentary and carstic regions
moreover the knowledge of
the regional variation of water quality.
Well location by surface geophysics
to optimize drill site for
water wells, especially in arid and geologically complicated regions. This way the costumer can minimize the risk
of an unproductive well.
Environmental services Háromkő BT. uses geoelectrical mapping and induced polarization
recognize buried waste sites
identify and monitor
groundwater pollution, that includes solving saline water intrusion problems.
layers, calculate porosity and assume permeability for locating gasoline stations, CH-tanks
materials, gravel quarries, clay deposits
check integrity of road
We offer a wide range of hydrogeoelogical and geophysical consultancy services, including
data acquisition, interpretation of well logs, aquifer evaluation, project design, management and reporting.
HÁROMKŐ BT. keep up a friendly relationship with the Roland Eötvös Reophysical Istitute
(ELGI), and enjoys the benefits of the scientific background that comes from the Geophysical Cathedra of Miskolc
1.) Diagnostic geophysical measurements in old water wells, protection proposals, L. Bucsi
Szabó, É. Vízhányó, Technical Review of Borsod County, 1969/4. Miskolc.
2.) SP and contact potential logging for polimetallic sulphyde ores in North Hungary, L.
Bucsi Szabó, Hungarian Geophysics, 1969/6. Vol.X.Budapest.
3.) Geoelectric parameters of the Pleistocene fluvial layers in N. Hungary, L. Bucsi Szabó,
P. Szlabóczky, Hungarian Geophysics, 1970/4-5.Vol.XI. Budapest.
4.) VLF survey for mapping methasomatically altered granitic rocks in East Mongolia, L.
Bucsi Szabó, Hungarian Geophysics, 1971/6. Vol.XII. Budapest.
5.) Correlation between the relief of the basement and the hydraulic parameters of the
nearsurface sedimentary aquifers, L. Bucsi Szabó, P. Szlabóczky, Annales of the Hungarian Geological Institute,
6.) Results and problems of the geophysical survey on coastal aquifers near Beirut, Lebanon,
L. Bucsi Szabó, Hydrogeological Bulletin, 1978/1. Budapest.
7.) Correlation between the geophysical logging parameters and the quality of some
construction materials, L.Bucsi Szabó, Á. Illés, Construction Material Bulletin, 1978/8. Vol. XXX. Budapest.
8.) Quality determination of coal seams by well logging, L. Bucsi Szabó, T. Kerbolt,
Technical and Economical Review of Borsod County, 1982/2.
9.) Report on the Well Logging Activity of the Cuban-Hungarian Geological Expedition, Cuba,
Holguin, 1988. (manuscript in Spanish).
10.) Exploration of the seepage conditions at the Csomád Wastes Deposit by geophysical
methods, L. Bucsi Szabó, G. Mile, P. Zalai, Hydrological Journal, 1994. No.4. Budapest.
11.) Hydraulic and environmental role of the geophysical logs and other downhole services in
water wells, I. Baráth, L. Bucsi Szabó, F. Mészáros, Hydrological Journal, 1995. No.6. Budapest.
12.) Well-logging investigations in boreholes for low- and intermediate level radioactive
waste disposal, L. Bucsi Szabó, D. Drahos, P. Lendvay, G. Szongoth, L. Zilahi-Sebess, Annual Report of the
Geological Institute of Hungary, 1996/II.
13.) Investigaciones Geofísicas y Hidrogeologicas para el Proyecto XELAGUA en Guatemala,
Quetzaltenango, L. Bucsi Szabó (Research report in spanish, Vienna-Budapest, 1997).
14.) Well-logging features of some widespread Hungarian Lithostratigraphic Units
(Formations), No. T026370. OTKA Research Report, Á. Jámbor, B. Kiss, P. Lendvay, L. Bucsi Szabó, L. Zilahi-Sebess,
ELGI, Bpest, 2001.
15.) Analysis of sedimentation cycles with geophysical tools, L. Bucsi Szabó, B. Kiss, P.
Lendvay, L. Zilahy-Sebess, based on the No. T026370. OTKA Report, ELGI. Bpest, 2001.