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Featured Concrete Scanning Story

GPR Scanning To Locate Reinforcing Steel In Kona

Ground Penetrating Radar Systems, LLC. (GPRS) of Hawaii was contacted by a general contractor to locate the reinforcing steel and conduits in a concrete slab prior to cutting out the slab for a access door. GPRS was able to locate and mark the reinforcing steel and conduits onto the surface of the concrete so that the saw cutting could be performed without cutting through any conduits.

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GPR Scanning To Locate Reinforcing Steel In Hilo

Ground Penetrating Radar Systems, LLC. (GPRS) of Hawaii was contacted by a large general contractor to locate the conduits in Slab on grade in a concrete slab prior to Slab Removal. GPRS was able to locate and mark the conduits onto the surface of the concrete so that the core drilling could be performed without cutting through any conduits. Unlike conventional X-Ray, GPR is not limited to a specific size of area at each location.

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Ground Penetrating Radar Scanning To Locate Reinforcing Steel and Post Tension Cables in Wailea

Ground Penetrating Radar Systems, LLC. (GPRS) of Hawaii was contacted by a large general contractor to locate the reinforcing steel and post tension cables in a concrete slab 6” thick prior to drilling anchors for solar panels. Toning/ Scanning was able to locate and mark the reinforcing steel and post tension cables onto the surface of the concrete so that the drilling could be performed without hitting any items in scanned areas. Unlike...

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Ground Penetrating Radar Scanning To Locate Reinforcing Steel In Lihue

Ground Penetrating Radar Systems, LLC. (GPRS) of Hawaii was contacted by a large general contractor to locate the conduits in Slab on grade in a concrete slab prior to Slab Removal. GPRS was able to locate and mark the conduits and footing onto the surface of the concrete so that the saw cutting could be performed without cutting through any conduits or footings. Unlike conventional X-Ray, GPR/ Toning is not limited to a specific size of...

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Ground Penetrating Radar Scanning To Locate Reinforcing Steel in Koloa

Ground Penetrating Radar Systems, LLC. (GPRS) of Hawaii was contacted by a general contractor to locate the reinforcing steel, conduits, hollow cells and filled cells in a CMU wall prior to cutting out the wall for a doorway. GPRS was able to locate and mark the reinforcing steel, hollow cells and filled cells onto the surface of the CMU wall, so that the saw cutting could be performed without cutting through reinforcing. Unlike...

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Ground Penetrating Radar Scanning To Locate Reinforcing Steel in Honolulu

Ground Penetrating Radar Systems, LLC. (GPRS) of Hawaii was contacted by a small general contractor to locate the reinforced steel spacing, steel mesh spacing and beam spacing in a concrete slab for Engineer analysis of slab strength. GPRS was able to locate and mark the reinforcing steel, Size of Steel and beams Spacing onto the surface of the concrete for engineering analysis of the slab. Unlike conventional X-Ray, GPR/ Toning is not...

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GPR Scanning To Locate Reinforcing Steel in Hilo

Ground Penetrating Radar Systems, LLC. (GPRS) of Hawaii was contacted by a large general contractor to locate the conduits in Slab on grade in a concrete slab prior to Slab Removal. GPRS was able to locate and mark the conduits onto the surface of the concrete so that the core drilling could be performed without cutting through any conduits. Unlike conventional X-Ray, GPR is not limited to a specific size of area at each...

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GPR Scanning To Locate Reinforcing Steel in Kona

Ground Penetrating Radar Systems, LLC. (GPRS) of Hawaii was contacted by a general contractor to locate the reinforcing steel and conduits in a concrete slab prior to cutting out the slab for a access door. GPRS was able to locate and mark the reinforcing steel and conduits onto the surface of the concrete so that the saw cutting could be performed without cutting through any conduits. Unlike conventional X-Ray, GPR is not limited to a...

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GPR Scanning To Locate Reinforcing Steel in Maui

Ground Penetrating Radar Systems, LLC. (GPRS) of Hawaii was contacted by a large general contractor to locate the reinforcing steel in a concrete slab 6’ thick prior to core drilling. GPRS was able to locate and mark the reinforcing steel onto the surface of the concrete so that the core drilling could be performed without cutting through any items. Unlike conventional X-Ray, GPR is not limited to a specific size of area at each...

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GPR Scanning To Locate Reinforcing Steel in Honolulu

Ground Penetrating Radar Systems, LLC. (GPRS) of Hawaii was contacted by a large general contractor to locate the reinforcing steel, cables, and conduits in a concrete slab prior to core drilling and anchoring. GPRS was able to locate and mark the reinforcing steel and cables onto the surface of the concrete so that the core drilling could be performed without cutting through any cables. Unlike conventional X-Ray, GPR is not limited to a...

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GPRS Helps Pacific Concrete Coring & Cutting at Timbers Kauai

Ground Penetrating Radar Systems, LLC was contacted by Pacific Concrete Coring & Cutting, also known as PCCC Hawaii. They were working on a project at Hokuala Kauai, a Timbers Resort, to locate safe zones for thousands of cores and roof truss anchors of two buildings that had been abandoned since 2008.

Ground Penetrating Radar Systems and Structural Radar Imaging worked together to locate over 2,500 anchors and dowels at 1.5" apart...

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Why Call Ground Penetrating Radar Before Your Next Excavation Project?

The pictures you see below are from a local attraction in Orlando, FL. The demolition contractor was removing a curb when they unknowingly broke a main feed line for the sprinkler system. This would normally not have been something difficult to remedy. However, they did not know where the shut-off valve was for the system. With this problem hundreds of gallons of water were wasted and the ground will have to be repaired prior to work...

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