GPR is the general term applied to techniques which employ waves typically in the 10-1000 MHz frequency range to map structures and features buried in the ground or in man-made structures. Main components that make up the GPR include a waveform generator, a single transducer comprised of an emitting and receiving antenna, a signal processor, and data storage (Display unit). This radar may also detect metals embedded to in ground layers; this device is more commonly used for underground researches in southern countries. The intended use commonly involve determination of spaces such as basements, bunkers, tunnels, metal etc. and localization of networks (power, water pipeline) laid under the ground and old mine pits and similar structures. This radar takes the measurement date and the data is real time demonstrated/displayed in 2-D graphic in the Tablet PC.
1. Utility scan
Compact GPR System for utility locating.The Utility scan features a
wireless and lightweight configuration, our patented Hyper Stacking
technology for unparalleled data quality, and Integrated LineTrac
system.This state-of-the-art system sets the new standard in
performance and price.
2. Utility scan DF (Dual Frequency)
Locate and map underground utilities. Utility scan DF incorporates our
innovative dual-frequency digital antenna (300 and 800 MHz) and an
easy-to-use touchscreen interface to view shallow and deep targets
simultaneously in a single scan.