Conduit Locate At Airport - Indianapolis, Indiana
Every construction company knows the bodily dangers of cutting into live conduits, not to mention the setbacks it causes to the project. Ground Penetrating Radar Systems of Indiana recently visited a local airport to locate any conduits in the concrete prior to saw cutting. The airport is updating its security machines and wanted to ensure the project goes smoothly. The technician on site was able to map the precise location and depth of the dangers in the concrete so they can be avoided during the concrete cutting process.
Concrete sonar is a great technology for locating conduits, reinforcing steel and voids in slab on grade concrete because it only needs access to one side of the concrete. This non-destructive test also doesn’t emit any harmful radiation which means the test can be performed around bystanders, unlike traditional x-ray. The concrete imaging technology is extremely portable making it easy to perform several scans allowing contractors to locate a safe place to perform their concrete cuts. For more information about Ground Penetrating Radar Systems of Indianapolis or for a custom specification to include in your project contact your local representative at 317-504-1068 or email@example.com. GPRS of Indy can perform this type of survey anywhere in Indiana and has recently visited Bloomington, Muncie, South Bend and Evansville.