GPR provides water depth and sub-bottom stratigraphy in freshwater lakes and rivers. Surveys can be carried out from small boats, rafts or even through the ice.more details>
Synchro program is designed for: - GPR control - GPR data imaging - Processing (filtering) of sounding resultmore details>
GPR is used for location and analysis of underground anomalies using electromagnetic pulse radiation.more details>
The VIY3-125 ground penetrating radar (GPR) is used for location and analysis of underground anomalies using electromagnetic pulse radiation. The GPR is suitable for searching of both metal and dielectric targets (stratiform structures, pipes, voids, building constructions etc.).more details>
Planner program is designed for: Imaging of GPR profiles on the location plan GPR profiles position editing Objects? markers editing Export of GPR profiles and GPR markers to AutoCad Making graphic reports with addition of inscriptions and other graphic elementsmore details>
The maintenance of city underground structure demands huge budgets and labor expenditures.
The municipal authorities face with two main problems: running costs and the access to the underground communication lines. The serious breakdowns often lead to big traffic jams and that therefore leads to considerable economical losses.
Use of hi-tech equipments (GPR in particular) helps to accurately locate the pipeline damage place, to find hidden communication lines. That allows to optimize the infrastructure maintenance budget of municipal services and to prevent in a short term any possible disastrous effects of the damage.
Speed of assessment, accuracy in finding pipes and cables, very little costs for service and searching works, and non-invasive measurement - are the main advantages of using VIY3 GPR.
Another very important application for VIY3 GPR is a preparation for building works and non-invasive assessment of concrete structures. With the help of GPR you can find any heterogeneity and cavity in ferroconcrete walls, foundation, piles, supports etc. You can locate reinforcement and inner communication lines in the walls, to measure a thickness of ferroconcrete structures, and to find the areas in the building or foundation with waterproofing broken.