Ground Penetrating Radar Surveys

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Chimney Flue Location
Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR) is an ideal technique for locating chimney flues in buildings. GPR is an entirely non-destructive and non-invasive technology (NDT), requiring only access to the surfaces of the walls to be surveyed. A GPR chimney flue location survey will cause no damage to the building and there is no requirement to drill or otherwise use intrusive investigation methods...
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Utility Surveys
Ground Penetrating Radar can detect most types of utility, including metal, plastic, clay and concrete pipes, cables, and utilities for which there might be no manhole access, which could be difficult to trace using Electromagnetic Location (EML) methods without the ability to clamp on and induce a signal. GPR is also able to detect and map the extents of underground rebar…
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Rebar Detection, Imaging and Mapping
GPR (Ground Penetrating Radar) is the ideal technology for locating, imaging and mapping rebar within concrete structures. GPR lends itself to different survey approaches from small scale (confirmation of build consistent with the design) or just to get an idea what is present. To localised areas (high resolution scanning in specific locations), to wide areas (scanning of entire bridges or structures to confirm rebar distribution and some structural features)...
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Pavement Layer Thickness Analysis
Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR) is an ideal technique for performing pavement surveys of roads and runways to detect layer interfaces, changes in construction and highlight areas for further, intrusive investigation methods. GPR is also able to provide an indication of increased moisture content, identify wet areas, and detect other features such as voids and delamination...
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Underground Void Detection
GPR is a fully non-destructive and non-intrusive technology (NDT), it is ideal to survey larger areas and focus attention for remedial works or trial holes in the right places. GPR works by transmitting an electromagnetic signal into the ground, reflections are caused by changes in the electrical properties of the material the signal is travelling through and those reflections are recorded…