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Where to Buy A Terrameter Or Resistivity Meter in Nigeria

Are you a Surveyor, a Geophysicist or a Geologist in Nigeria? If yes, you might need a to rent or buy  a Terrameter or Resistivity Meter to enhance your hydro and terrestrial exploitation and exploration.

Terrameter Or Resistivity Meters are actually very sophisticated measuring equipment that can allow terrestrial or hydro explorers to measure apparent resistivity, IP address survey and other important terrestrial parameters.

Surveyors also use it in city and land prospecting, bridge and railway engineering, geothermal prospecting, Geological structure mapping and IP survey.  Equipment & Tools

Where can I Buy A Terrameter Or Resistivity Meter in Nigeria

There are two options to get a terrameter or resistivity meter in Nigeria. Either you order it directly from Abem agent in Nigeria or you order it directly from Amazon.

1. Order Resistivity Meter from Abem Agent in Nigeria

We have partnered with Abem to distribute the award winning Abem resistivity meter.

The Abem SAS 1000 is currently sold at the rate of $23,380.00. This price is only valid at the time of writing this article. It may change without notice.  Download the Product Brochure here ABEM_TerrameterSAS1000

See the picture below or contact us directly and request a quote at InfoGuideNigeria(at)

2. The second Method is to Buy Directly from Amazon.

There is another type of resistivity meter sold by Amazon. It’s quite cheaper than Aben resistivity meter. It’s called Megger 250202 DET2/2 High Accuracy Configurable Diagnostic Ground Resistance Tester. See the picture below.

At the time of writing this post, the product is sold at the price of $4,231.15 at Amazon. You can buy from Amazon and ship it to Nigeria using Shoptomydoor services.

This product is not sold in the supermarket. You can only buy  this product from an importer or you import it yourself from the manufacturer or direct from sales agents.

Their prices are not very cheap too and it ranges from $2,000 to $10,000 depending on the make and market. Please note that this price does not include shipping and custom fees which you may have to pay to bring the product to Nigeria.


How to Contact an Importer for this Product

If you are sure that you have the money to buy this product, it’s time to look for an importer. Be careful so that you don’t fall a victim of scam.

The best way to contact an importer is through referral from your boss, lecturer and your close friend(s).

The most surest way to get to buy a Terrameter Or Resistivity Meter in Nigeria is to meet the manufacturers directly. We are partnering with Abem to distribute this product here in Nigeria.

For instance, if you want to buy the one produced by ABEM, simply contact at Contact the sales department, download the brochure and study the features of the product you are looking for.

Another place you can also study the functionality resitivity meter and maybe make the buying decision is INDIAMART.

You can also buy them from direct sales agents like

Currently, no online shop in Nigeria offer Terrameter Or Resistivity Meter for sale in Nigeria. But they – (Konga, Jumia and other popular ones) – can be good resource points when it comes to importation of this product to Nigeria.

You can simply Google your way around to get what you want these days since internet has revolutionize our way of lives.

We will soon publish articles how to import goods from foreign country to Nigeria. So, visit this site regularly for this updates.

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  1. Dear Sir, Pls kindly let me know the current cost of buying ABEM SAS 4000 including all other expenses. To enable me purchase from you.
    Thankfully, yours faithfully ALH YUSUF Tanko

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