ELECTRICIANS

 

  • Using our video inspection technology, we can provide valuable information on the overall condition of conduits
  • Detect and trace specific conduits
  • Determine if there is electrical “live”  current in electrical pipes
  • Provide a safe reliable means when performing concrete penetrations for electrical installations
  • Locate, Trace, and Map underground electrical networks

SKILLS

ACCURACY - 100%
EXPERIENCE - 100%
CLIENT SUPPORT - 100%

ACCU-SCAN GPRELECTRICIANS

You guys are great! Luis is the man, did a quick and great job, and I will continue to use you. – David Carlson, Vice President, Caladri Development Corp.

GPR FAQ’S

 

How deep can your Ground Penetrating Radar “see”?

This answer depends on the type of material you are scanning. For concrete, walls, floors, wood floor applications we can typically penetrate to a depth of 18-24″ with the use of our Sensors and Software Conquest SL. For private utility locating needs on dirt, grass, large concrete areas, gravel, or asphalt we rely on the MALÅ Easy Locator, which has a great working range of anywhere from 6-25′ deep.

GOOD TO KNOW

 

  • In different types of soil substrate, such as sand, we can locate anomalies even deeper.
  • If it’s live electric, low voltage cable or we are able to set a “tone” on the utility, we use the Radio Detection RD 7000.
  • So as you can see, it is all based on the density of the media that we are trying to send our signal through but we have all the bases covered.

BENEFITS

CONCRETE IMAGING

  • Power Cable Detector Mode for detecting electrical current
  • Drill Mode which allows the technician to look down through the concrete slab to identify features at different depths and to select a virtual core hole to find clearance within an investigated area
  • Provide clearance when core drilling and sawcutting for electrical outfitting

UTILITY LOCATING

  • Detect all underground electrical networks and all piping material metallic or nonmetallic
  • Trace specific electrical lines to determine direction and path
  • Provide clearance for trenching or digging for underground electrical service installations

VIDEO INSPECTION

  • View the inner linings of conduits in high resolution recordings to determine overall condition or pinpoint problem areas