The Conquest provides concrete images on-the-spot in minutes, before cutting or drilling begins. Accu-Scan GPR uses this portable unit to survey floors, walls, ceilings and other hard-to-access areas, including convex shapes such as circular columns.
Our concrete imaging system quickly and accurately locates (in 3D) rebar, post-tension cables, plastic & fiber optic conduits, metallic conduits, and voids which would have a negative effect on the structural stability of a concrete structure. In addition it is used to detect and map the relative condition of concrete so that rehab projects can be prioritized and planned more effectively. The concrete imaging system is the most comprehensive system on the market for assessing concrete structures. It is designed for the non-destructive investigation and imaging of concrete or man made structures. It provides valuable concrete information which includes slab thickness, rebar spacing, rebar depth, concrete cover over rebar, concrete deterioration, and is used to monitor built as designed issues determining if concrete slabs or CMU walls were constructed as specified.
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Conquest’s high-performance GPR sensor provides accurate, real time results that can be saved on a flash drive and transferred into a detailed report of all that was found.
How can Accu-Scan Ground Penetrating Radar determine the difference between rebar and a conduit?
Rebar and conduit produce a similar hyperbola and /or echoes on our screen. An Accu-Scan technician is able to differentiate the two by determining the pattern of the rebar ahead of time and looking for a sign of something out of the ordinary. It is important that the technician computing the data has a good sense of common construction practices to decipher the difference in the same signals.
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If there is “live electric” running through the conduit, the machines that we use will give us a different visual and/or audible signals to help differentiate materials.
Accu-Scan GPR has a high rate of success when Ground Penetrating Radar is performed before a client cuts or cores.