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Concrete X Ray Ground Penetrating Radar And Concrete X-ray?

Concrete X-Ray locates almost anything underground and can accurately and non-destructively see through solid materials.  Concrete X-Ray can see through asphalt and concrete to detect subsurface objects that need to be avoided when cutting, drilling, or excavating.  The objects include reinforcing steel, electrical conduits, underground utilities, storage tanks and other environmental hazards, among various other less frequent applications.  Concrete X-Ray uses a non-invasive electromagnetic geophysical technique which has the highest resolution of any geophysical method.  Concrete X-Ray responds based on changes in electrical conductivity properties of objects in the ground (or in concrete). 

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Ground Penetrating Radar And Concrete X-ray?

Concrete X-Ray works in a safe and reliable manner.  There is no radiation hazard associated with Concrete X-Ray, so there is no need to clear the areas around where the radar work is being done.  Concrete X-Ray is also a relatively fast process.  Our findings are made in real time, without processing data and bringing it back to the job site. 

GPRS is able to provide a permanent record of the Concrete X-Ray findings.  We can create AutoCAD files or GPS maps of areas scanned to show the path, location, and depth of underground facilities/anomalies on site.

GPR Is The New Way To Xray Concrete
GPR Is The New Way To Xray Concrete
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GPRS has a variety of Concrete X-Ray antennas to suit your specific application.  For concrete scanning, we use the following antenna frequencies; 2.0 GHz, 1.6 GHz, 1.0 GHz.  For ground based applications we use 400 MHz, 270, MHz and 200 MHz.  We also have the capability to rent equipment if there is an application that calls for an antenna that we do not have.  Scan depth is based on the frequency of the antenna being used.  Our standard concrete antenna is a 1.6 GHz – it is capable of scanning up to 22” deep in cured concrete.  Our standard ground based antenna is a 400 MHz – the depth effectiveness of this antenna varies depending on soil composition and what part of the country the work is in.  Dry sandy soils are more suited for Concrete X-Ray scanning than wet clay soils, but our technicians are familiar with their regions and will be forthright regarding what your expectations should be for depth.

Utilizing Concrete X-Ray takes a heavy burden of the shoulders of contractors, construction managers, utility companies, and anyone who is going to be cutting or drilling in concrete or excavating in the ground.  By utilizing Concrete X-Ray, unfortunate surprises when conducting these operations, are minimized and peace of mind is enhanced.  Contact your local representative today.

 

 

For more information on the following topics, click below:

Concrete X-ray

Ground Penetrating Radar

Ground Radar

Surface Penetrating Radar

G.P.R. [ GPR ]

Concrete Imaging and Rebar Imaging

 

 

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