Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR)
Ground Penetrating Radar
Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR) is a method of subsurface radar scanning that is used to carry out non-destructive inspections of the ground.
GPR can achieve depths of 25-metres and provides a clear picture of the underground services, which is essential for construction and mining projects etc.
The radar is fast and reliable, and uses radio frequencies to map images of underground features. The data collected from the radar is then used to construct a two-dimensional or three-dimensional view of the subsurface.
Subsurface Detection uses Ground Penetrating Radar to locate:
- All types of conduits, pipes, concrete, and metal (even if they have no services in them)
- Leach drains
- Septic tanks
- Building foundations
- Contamination plumes
- Other underground anomalies
For further information, please contact Subsurface Detection on (08) 9453 1989 or email firstname.lastname@example.org