Ground penetrating radar

Ditch Witch
Designed for contractors and utility engineers, the Ditch Witch 2450GR ground penetrating radar system is instrumental in utility mapping efforts. Ideal for urban planning, void and sinkhole detection, concrete detection and locating underground storage tanks – the 2450GR locates cables and metallic and non-metallic pipes in one pass at depths of up to 19.7 feet and provides fast, clear images with its 5.6 mph survey speed and digitally controlled radar. 800.654.6481, ditchwitch.com

Vermeer

Ground penetrating radar options from Sensors & Software, Ditch Witch, Geophysical Survey Systems Inc., US RADAR, Radiodetection and Vermeer.

GPR from Ditch Witch, Geophysical Survey Systems Inc. (GSSI), Underground Imaging Technologies (UIT), MALÅ Geoscience, Sensors & Software, US RADAR,

Ditch Witch

UIT’s proprietary multi-channel GPR system is a 14-channel, cart-based ground penetrating radar unit that is typically towed behind a vehicle during survey operations.

Noggin is a complete GPR system in a single package.

Get underground metallic and nonmetallic object information quickly with the Interragator line of ground-penetrating radar systems.

The MALÅ Easy Locator finds non-metallic utilities and performs surveys for unknown buried objects and utilities.

GSSI SIR System 2, 2000 and a 3000 ground penetrating radar systems from Hager GeoScience Inc.

The Ditch Witch 2150GR can detect both metallic and non-metallic pipes and cables to depths of up to 19 feet, depending on soil conditions and antenna selection.

UtilityScan is the most accurate GPR system on the market for the non-destructive location of all subsurface utilities.

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