We use the latest ground penetrating technology to provide critical information on utilities, materials, and other potential obstructions within, or under existing structures. Fast and reliable, GPRS provides data in both two- and three-dimensions without delivering any radiation. All of our equipment is registered and meets all standard FCC regulations.
Utilizing GPR reduces risk and cost, and promotes a safe work environment by providing non-destructive testing for locating materials (such materials commonly include concrete, plastic, metal, and steel, although our equipment can be used in a variety of other applications). Our client base includes hospitals, universities, surveyors, engineers, homeowners, contractors, environmental firms, and excavators.
Remember, our mission is to provide solutions to the critical problems our customers face regarding the location of hidden elements in concrete and underground. Ground Penetrating Radar Systems is, "The New Way to X-ray." Contact us today to meet all your detection needs!
Ground Penetrating Radar in Pennsylvania
Ground Penetrating Radar technology is ground radar that acts as a type of ground sonar and provides critical information regarding anything that could be located below the surface. It is sometimes called ground sonar, concrete scanning, surface penetrating radar or ground radar. This technology is used throughout Pennsylvania as-well-as around the country for a variety of underground scanning purposes including but not limited to:
Ground Penetrating Radar Systems works in a fast and reliable manner. It is also very safe, as it uses no radiation. We use this technology throughout the state of Pennsylvania. Cities such as Altoona, Reading and Erie in Pennsylvania.
*All of our ground penetrating radar equipment is registered and meets all FCC, Pennsylvania regulations.
We are able to provide two and three-dimensional images of each area we scan.
At Ground Penetrating Radar Systems our mission is to provide solutions to the critical problems our customers in Pennsylvania face regarding the location of hidden elements in concrete and underground.
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