Exceeding our customers expectations is our main goal at Pro Scan. Our friendly staff and highly trained technicians will go beyond to make sure your business with us is always exceptional. With the most advance technology in Ground Penetrating Radar and all of our technicians being in the field of GPR for a minimum of 7 years you can always expect the most accurate results. Call us today and let us exceed your expectations.
Concrete scanning is a non-destructive testing method that uses electromagnetic waves to detect embedded objects and structural anomalies within concrete. It helps identify rebar, post-tension cables, conduits, voids, and other potential obstructions or defects.
To become a trusted leader in the core drilling industry, recognized for our commitment to excellence, advanced technology, and exceptional customer service.
To offer comprehensive private utility locating services, enabling clients to excavate safely and minimize the risk of damage to underground utilities, ensuring project efficiency and safety.
With x-ray imaging, you are prone to radiation and with GPR; there is absolutely no radiation involved.
GPR cannot completely eliminate the risk of avoiding rebar, post tension cables, conduits or pipes before cutting, coring, or trenching but it can greatly reduce your chances.
The composition of the concrete structure being penetrated, such as the moisture content and density, the depth of the target, the different velocities of radar signals travelling through different types of materials, areas with strong electromagnetic signals as well as areas containing a complex assortment of objects.
Depending on the ground conditions GPR has the ability to scan to approximately 0.7m deep.
Yes. GPR uses only 1% of a regular cell phone signal.
GPR systems work by sending a pulse of energy into a material via an antenna. A computer records the strength and time required for the return of any reflected signals. Subsurface variations will create reflections that are picked up by the system and stored on digital media.
Depending on a wide variety of factors such as ground density and consistency, GRP can locate objects up to 5ft underground.