Advantages of Ground Penetration Radar. (GPR)
- Results produced immediately
- Data in gathered very fast
- Safe – FCC Approved
- No Radiation
- Requires only one side access
- Low cost $ save money
- Portable lightweight equipment
- No Job Slowdowns
Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR)
HOW DOES GPR WORK TO DETECT UNDERGROUND UTILITIES?
Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR) is one of the most effective technologies used in geological surveys, construction, environmental studies, and re-construction projects. With GPR, we get real-time visuals of facilities that can’t be located by traditional methods.
Private Utility Locating
WHY YOU NEED PRIVATE LOCATING FROM SCANTEK GPR
The law requires you to call 811 and have your public utilities marked before you dig. But did you know that doesn’t give you complete protection? Public utility companies will only locate the facilities they own (think: utilities that run meter to main, like electric, gas, oil, sewer, telephone, and water).
We locate and mark any and all underground utilities and structures.
Sewer Inspection & Cross-Bore Mitigation
A NO-DIG OPTION THAT REDUCES PROJECT DELAYS & COSTS FOR PIPE REPAIR
Have a collapsed sewer lateral, duct, or an unknown blockage in a pipe? ScanTek GPR provides a No-Dig Option that reduces project delays and costs by pinpointing the exact issue in your line, including bends, collapses, root intrusions, lateral taps, crossbores, or other issues.
State-of-the-art camera technology inspects conduits as small as one inch and as large as 60-foot sanitary and storm sewer mains. Unique 4 and 6 inch robotic camera units to inspect your main lines up to 1,000 feet.
WHY USE CONCRETE SCANNING?
Anytime your job requires coring or cutting into concrete, it’s best to know what you’re getting into. Concrete floors and walls often contain plumbing, conduit for fiber optic or electrical cable, and rebar and tension cables. Our advanced concrete scanning services can detect and protect existing utilities and structural supports in concrete.