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Clearing


Excavation best practice requires clearing the excavation area. Clearing demands that unknown underground obstructions are identified and avoided. Conflicts may be publicly regulated utilities, privately owned buried assets or natural obstructions such as rocks and boulders. The advantage of GPR is its self-contained excitation and detection of any structure with differing properties. By scanning the area, much like mowing the grass with a lawn mower, the LMX100 can identify unknown hazards or obstacles and thereby minimize excavation surprises!


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Gas Station Environmental Assessment

Tracking a Storm Sewer

  GPR successfully located a 36 inch (90 cm) concrete storm drain and determined its diameter and rise/fall rate along its alignment.

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Gas Station Environmental Assessment

  Planning the location of boreholes is a very common geotechnical problem. This case study illustrates the use of GPR to identify underground obstructions and define clear zones for borehole drilling.

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