Ground Penetrating Radar
Ground-penetrating radar is a method which uses radar pulses to create an image of the subsurface. Electromagnetic radiation which is non-destructive is used to detect reflected signals from structures within the subsurface. Ground-penetrating radar (GPR) can be used in a range of different mediums such as soil, rock, structures and pavements.
We provide two different GPR systems, the RD1000+ from RadioDetection and the new Opera Duo. Both are very robust, easy to use and highly recommended for the detection of underground utilities where electromagnetic surveys are not possible. They can be used with electromagnetic surveys to identify utilities and services below the surface. This can also be used with GPS and TPS to give high accuracy, drawings and to adhere to the PAS128 specification.
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