Ground Penetrating Radar Systems Inc.

Accurate Locate for Post-tension Cables - Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

Just like getting a utility locate done before digging it is very important to have an accurate locate before coring through concrete. Striking a post-tension cable could cause serious harm or injury as well as substantial structural damage. Experienced General Contractors are aware of the hazards and contact Ground Penetrating Radar Systems, Inc. to scan the areas prior to core-drilling. Mike Kuebbeler-GPRS Oklahoma mobilized to the site in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma to perform a method of concrete radar scanning within the suggested areas. Due to the portability of the GPR antenna, the radar imaging was performed quickly and accurately. Since the results were marked directly onto the surface, the customer was able to avoid any PT Cables, damage to the structure and injuries on-site. Unlike x-ray/gamma ray, Ground Penetrating Radar is time efficient, non-hazardous and able to show real time results. The energy emitted is equivalent to 1% of a cell phone, therefore, the production of the construction site can continue without any radiation hazards.

Accurate Locate for Post-tension Cables in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma  Post Tension Cable Scan in Oklahoma City, OK

Our Mission is to provide solutions to the critical problems our customers face regarding the location of hidden elements in concrete and underground.

For concrete scanning in Oklahoma: Oklahoma City, Midwest City, Bethany, Norman, Stillwater, Lawton, Ardmore, Elk City, Guthrie, Kingfisher, Altus, Weatherford, Duncan, Durant, Enid, Yukon, Shawnee and Edmond area call 580.335.4355 or email

For concrete scanning in Oklahoma: Catoosa, Tulsa, Broken Arrow, Glenpool, Tahlequah, Collinsville, Owasso, Okmulgee, Verdigris, Claremore, Miami, Bixby, Sapulpa, Muskogee, Sand Springs, Bartlesville, Broken Arrow please call 918.779.8323 or email

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