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Our fast and efficient concrete scanner using Ground Penetrating Radar will give a vital information on the concrete depth, objects within the concrete, and any possible air pockets that are undetectable from the surface .Before coring, drilling, or cutting through a concrete structure, a concrete scan helps identify the location and depth of embedded objects with high resolution Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR).
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Frequently Asked Questions

1. What is GPR Scanning?

Ground penetrating radar (GPR) is a non-destructive detection and imaging method which can be used to identify subsurface elements either underground or within a surface such as concrete.It is a geophysical method that uses radar pulses to image the subsurface..Read More

2. What we can see in GPR scan?

Through GPR scanning ,we can scan a variety of mettallic and non-metallic materials. r can locate all types of utilities, including electric, steam, communications, gas & oil, water, sewer & storm, and many others.It can also be used to locate void spaces, unmarked graves, and other buried elements..Read More

3. Why do we need GPR Scanning?

GPR Scanning is needed so that the contractors or homeowners get to know a clear picture of what lies beneath before continuing a project.It is used to create a map of underground utilities and other findings, as well as to scan for materials within concrete. Both applications are necessary before performing any work which would disrupt or damage these elements..Read More

4. What is the depth of GPR radar?

The depth of GPR radar is dependent on the application being used. For concrete scanning, the radar used can typically penetrate depths of 18-24”. For private utility locating needs on grass, soil, asphalt, or concrete the type of antenna used can penetrate up to 8..Read More