Ground penetration radar (GPR) at Intellitest Solutions Private Limited is a non-destructive test method that generates an electromagnetic signal that penetrates the subsoil and measures the amplitude of the signal and the time it takes to return. The GPR data provide high-resolution transverse images of the scanned material. Different levels of resolution and study depth can be obtained by means of antennas of different frequencies. The data is very versatile and can be applied to many disciplines.
To whom it's directed
GPR is an adaptable geophysical technique. It can be used in the geotechnical field, for the inspection and analysis of concrete, as well as in projects in other fields, for example environmental, archaeological and transport.
It is used throughout the life cycle of a project, from design to maintenance and exploitation. GPR is frequently used during the design phase of construction projects in order to study the geological properties of the land or identify the location of buried services and underground anomalies. It is also commonly used during the construction phase and afterwards to verify the thickness of the concrete or locate reinforcing bars or buried service pipes.
The GPR can be used to collect the following types of data:
ADVANTAGES AND BENEFITS
Among the advantages of working with GPR solution are the following:
Ground Penetrating Radar GPR for shallow depth
Ground Penetrating Radar GPR for deeper depth