Ground-penetrating radar (GPR) is a non-intrusive and non-destructive method of surveying the sub-surface to investigate underground utilities such as Telecommunication cables, water pipes, sewerage pipes, electrical cables, gas pipes, old conduit, and tanks.

Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR) is an advanced utility locating method that uses electromagnetic radio waves pulsed into the ground. These waves of energy penetrate the ground soil, walls, or even through concrete slabs and reflect off objects buried in the subsurface creating images of objects buried underground, such as underground services. GPR helps understand what lies beneath the ground before digging or drilling.

 Ground penetrating radar (GPR) is most used for locating and surveying non-conductive underground utilities and assets that may be harder to trace with more conventional methods.  Utilities made of polyurethane, concrete, and nylon pipes can regularly be found through ground-penetrating radar (GPR) scanning.

At Absolute Utilities we use the latest GPR dual-channel antenna and real-time sampling developed to maximize in-field productivity. This technology offers a clear and dependable way to quickly locate, map and survey underground utilities with the functionality required to meet approved industry standards for quality data exports.

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