Ground Penetrating Radar Definitions
Ground Penetrating Radar System is a great tool for concrete evaluation. We can determine concrete deterioration, slab thickness, rebar spacing, bar elevation, and amount of concrete cover over the rebar.
Concrete Imaging is our most frequent application with Ground Penetrating Radar . Through its use, we are able to physically draw the location of all hidden elements on the slab surface.
Ground Penetrating Radar is a great tool for concrete inspection. We can determine slab thickness, rebar spacing, bar elevation, and amount of concrete cover over the rebar.
Concrete investigations consist of using the ground radar to determine bar placement, elevation of post-tensioning, deterioration surveys, and void detection.
Concrete Penetrating Radar
Ground penetrating radar is also known as concrete penetrating radar. We are able to see very clearly inside of concrete slabs to determine the location of structural elements, embedded conduit, and even to find areas of concrete deterioration.
Concrete Slab Inspection
Ground radar is a great tool for concrete slab inspection. We can determine slab thickness, rebar spacing, bar elevation, and amount of concrete cover over the rebar.
Concrete Slab Thickness
Through the use of Ground Penetrating Radar , we can assess the thickness of concrete pours in a non-destructive manner."
Concrete testing with Ground Penetrating Radar System is often associated with Rebar and Post-Tensioning mapping and determine the presence and location of electrical conduit prior to saw cutting or core drilling.
Ground Penetrating Radar is often confused with X-Ray. These are two completely different methods. GPR is much faster and it does not have any safety hazards associated with it.
A non-invasive method of "looking" into the ground or concrete to determine the presence and location of underground features such as voids, storage tanks, man-made debris, and utilities.
Ground Penetrating Radar
A geophysical tool used to inspect concrete and the ground. In concrete Ground Penetrating Radar is used to determine the location of reinforcing steel (Post-Tensioning and Rebar), embedded electrical conduits, subsurface voids, areas of deterioration, and plumbing conduits.
Ground Penetrating Radar is a great tool and method to locate cables. The procedure to locate cables is often done on concrete slabs which require core drilling.
Ground penetrating radar will locate pipes below the surface, under reinforced concrete, through reinforced concrete walls, under asphalt, and sidewalks.
Ground radar is often used to locate rebar. Ground Penetrating Radar can locate rebar in concrete slabs, walls, columns, beams, etc.
Location of Cables
Cables The location of cables is a common service needed among contractors and engineers in the construction industry. Through the use of Ground Penetrating Radar , the location of cables can be done in a fast and reliable manner.
Location of Pipes
The location of pipes is a common service needed among contractors and engineers in the construction industry. The location of pipes is typically needed before ground excavations and concrete saw cutting.
Location of Utilities
The location of utilities is one of the most important aspects of pre-construction activity. Ground Penetrating Radar can accurately map out the location of utilities.
GPR is an excellent tool for locating buried pipe. Ground Penetrating Radar is able to map the path of subsurface piping and determine the approximate depth to the top of the pipe.
One of our primary applications with GPR is Rebar Imaging. Before core drilling on a construction site, engineers will often specify that no rebar be cut. Ground Penetrating Radar is use to plot the location of the rebar onto the concrete surface so the penetrations can be made without compromising the structural integrity of the building.
One of our primary applications with Ground Penetrating Radar is Rebar Imaging. Before core drilling on a construction site, engineers will often specify that no rebar be cut. GPR is use to plot the location of the rebar onto the concrete surface so the penetrations can be made without compromising the structural integrity of the building.
Ground Penetrating Radar is a great tool to assist in structural analysis. Older buildings will frequently be missing structural drawings, Ground Penetrating Radar can provide outstanding details regarding slab thickness and rebar placement. Through our software, Ground Penetrating Radar can also determine areas of deterioration in the slabs.
Ground radar is a great tool to assist in structural inspection. When no structural drawings are available, ground radar can provide outstanding details regarding slab thickness and rebar placement. It is also a great tool to identify the presence of subsurface voids. Through our software, ground radar can also determine areas of deterioration in the slabs.
Subsurface Imaging is a common ground penetrating radar application. Ground penetrating radar can be used to locate hidden ordinance.
Ground penetrating radar is common tool used for subsurface investigation. We use ground penetrating radar to discover, track, and investigate many common man-made objects below the surface.
Surface Penetrating Radar
Surface penetrating radar is very similar to ground penetrating radar. It implies that hidden objects can be revealed from the surface by a ground penetrating radar.
Underground Pipe Location
A common application for Ground Penetrating Radar is the locating of underground pipes. We use GPR to pinpoint the center of the underground pipe and then plot its course on the surface.
Underground utilities are any pipe containing gas, water, electric current, or sewage found underground. Ground Penetrating Radar Systems specializes in locating these types of utilities on a frequent basis.
Underground Utility Locating
Ground Penetrating Radar Systems specializes in locating underground utilities and has the capability of plotting them in real time on the surface. We can also put together a comprehensive report stating our findings and provide a plan view of the area.
Underground Private Utility Locator
GPR is a state of the art underground private utility locator. We use Ground Penetrating Radar to tell you the depth and location of your underground utilities.
Ground radar is regularly used for ust location. We can locate ust's without doing any digging and give an accurate location.
If you need to perform a UST Search Ground Penetrating Radar is a great way to find the location without digging.
Private Utility Locator
We can use Ground Penetrating Radar as a private utility locator and efficiently determine location of many utilities.
Ground Penetrating Radar is a highly efficient way to perform Utility Mapping. It allows us to determine the location of utilities.
Near-surface Void Detection can be accomplished quickly through the use of Ground Penetrating Radar System .
Ground Penetrating Radar System can be used for void location.