Blogs :: Ground Penetrating Radar

  • 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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  • 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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