Ground Penetrating Radar

What is Ground Penetrating Radar?

GPR, more commonly known as Ground Penetrating Radar uses pulses to image the surface. Using electromagnetic radiation, signals are reflected from the subsurface. The use of Ground Penetrating Radar is mandatory in majority of mapping surveys where non-metallic  servers could be present.

Much of the UK’s infrastructure is aging and undergoing replacement with non-conductive pipes, as a result its absolutely essentials that new innovative surveying techniques keep up with demands of the industry.

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