Ground Penetrating Radar

 Ground Penetrating Radar

An instrument that uses radar pulses to form an “image” of the subsurface.  This nondestructive survey method uses electromagnetic radiation to detect the reflected signals from subsurface structures.  This instrument can detect objects, changes in material, voids, and cracks.  It can be used to locate piping, conduits, rebar, etc.

Miller & Associates Consulting Engineers, P.C.

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