About GPR

The Most Cost Effective Imaging Solution On The Market

Safe, Quick and Easy
No Radiation Exposure
No Evacuation of Work Area
On Site Processing of Data
Access to One Side of the Structure


Route Selection, Pipe, and Cable Location
GPR is extensively used for locating and mapping buried pipes, cables, and conduits as well as route clearing for installations. GPR is particularly useful for non-metallic buried conduits and pipes.
Avoiding existing buried utilities is a prerequisite for any installation of new utilities. GPR provides a powerful method for evaluating proposed routes for buried obstacles. The obstacles can range from shallow bedrock that may require blasting, other buried utilities, old fountains, and buried debris. Planning prior to excavation can both reduce costs and avoid hazardous hits of other buried infrastructures.

Subsurface Imaging

Anything Metallic & Non Metallic
Soil • Rock • Wood • Concrete


Map Utilities
Mark Septic Tanks
Locate Rebar
Detect Post Tension Cables
Estimate Slab Thickness
Find Conduits
and More ...

GPR Applications
GPR now sees wide use for non-invasive examination of man-made structures. It is used to delineate embedded components such as conduits, bars and cables, voids or zones of construction degradation. Application areas include railways, buildings, airport runways, and tunnels.
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