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  • 28May2018

    How do Cable Locators Work? Best Methods of Buried Cable Detection!

    How do Cable Locators Work? Best Methods of Buried Cable Detection!
    While we are constantly building and remoulding properties, excavation is inevitable and can be undertaken for a variety of reason. What we are going to find out in this article is while performing an excavation, you must find out any underground running cables to avoid any casualties. Moreover, there can be cable faults lying down there just to create havoc.
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  • 06Apr2018

    Basic Traits Of A Utility Locator: Anatomy And Beyond

    Basic Traits Of A Utility Locator: Anatomy And Beyond
    Locating underground utilities and underground utility mapping is a tough job. Before developing a property or building a commercial space, it is very important to call for professional services in order to clear up the underground space prior to construction.
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  • 12Dec2017

    Pipe Locator: The Cutting-edge Utility Locating Tool

    Pipe Locator: The Cutting-edge Utility Locating Tool
    For detecting underground cables, an array of tools is used. Each of the locating tools is used for a specific function and is available with some limitations too.
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  • 24Aug2017

    Importance of Hiring a Cable and Pipe Locating Service

    Importance of Hiring a Cable and Pipe Locating Service
    The need of locating important pipes and cables on the construction location beforehand is indispensable. There is a possibility of exposing an important network of underground pipes in case you start digging in the wrong location.
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  • 20Mar2017

    Digging the Right Way - Risks Involved in Digging without Locating Services

    Digging the Right Way - Risks Involved in Digging without Locating Services
    Digging on your own, without locating pipes and cables under the ground with established detDigging on your own, without locating pipes and cables under the ground with established detection methods can have disastrous consequences.ection methods can have disastrous consequences.
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  • 17Dec2016

    Benefits of Choosing Structure Ground Penetrating Radar Investigation for your Project

    Benefits of Choosing Structure Ground Penetrating Radar Investigation for your Project
    GPR is a major breakthrough in ground investigation used for scanning, detection, and locating underground objects.
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  • 15Sep2016

    Underground Utility Mapping and Its Usefulness

    Underground Utility Mapping and Its Usefulness
    Get prompt and reliable concrete slab/beam inspections from GeoScan Utility Location Service
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  • 07Jun2014

    Bells Beach Underground Services Mapping

    Bells Beach Underground Services Mapping
    GeoScan surveyed over a kilometer of the picturesque coastline, ascertaining all underground services. The information was collected and compiled into a comprehensive Underground Service Map in CAD and hard copy form.
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  • 07Jun2014

    Tree Root Investigation

    Tree Root Investigation
    Tree roots are generally shallow in the soil and can travel well beyond the dripline of the trees crown. Tree root growth is opportunistic and occurs where the essentials for growth are present and is not always symmetrical in form and depth.
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  • 05Jun2014

    What is a Ground Penetrating Radar?

    What is a Ground Penetrating Radar?
    Ground-penetrating radar (GPR) is a geophysical method that uses radar pulses to image the subsurface. This nondestructive method uses electromagnetic radiation in the microwave band of the radio spectrum, and detects the reflected signals from subsurface structures. GPR uses high-frequency radio waves and transmits them into the ground.
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  • 20May2014

    Importance of Utility Location Service

    Importance of Utility Location Service
    Underground digging can be a very difficult and cumbersome task which demands a lot of accuracy and precision. In addition, it can also be risky because of utility pipes underground. If not done carefully and properly, it may lead to leakage and breakage of underground utility pipes.
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