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GPR Concrete Scanning

GPR Concrete Scanning

Ground penetrating radar (GPR) is a non-destructive testing method used to scan and map the subsurface of concrete structures. It emits high-frequency radio waves into the concrete and measures the reflected signals. These signals can create an image of the concrete’s internal structure, revealing the location of reinforcing steel, post-tension cables, and other embedded objects.

GPR concrete scanning is often used in construction and engineering projects to locate and identify potential hazards before drilling, cutting, or coring into the concrete. By using GPR to scan the concrete first, contractors and engineers can avoid damaging embedded objects that could compromise the structural integrity of the concrete or pose a safety risk.

GPR concrete scanning can also be used to detect voids, cracks, and other defects within the concrete. By identifying these defects early on, contractors and engineers can take corrective action to prevent further damage and ensure the longevity of the concrete structure.

Overall, GPR concrete scanning is a valuable tool for non-destructive testing and inspection of concrete structures, and it can help improve the efficiency and safety of construction and engineering projects.


Some of our other services include Asphalt Imaging, Asphalt Scanning, Asphalt X-Ray, Block Wall Imaging, Block Wall X-Ray, Tension Cable Location, and Tension Cable Locating.
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