Ground Penetrating Radar Kent

The highly trained team here at Subvision Surveys provide Kent with professional underground utility mapping services and we specialise in ground penetrating radar surveys. We strive to meet your specific requirements whatever your situation may be, and by combining our services we can give our clients the most accurate results possible – at very competitive rates! Since we have over 60 years combined experience in this industry, you can trust us to deliver fantastic results; our standards are unparalleled and our friendly team welcome any questions, so please do not hesitate to contact us for advice.

For Ground Penetrating Radar Surveys in Kent…

Give us a call on 0330 134 6861 to get in touch with a member of our highly professional team.

Ground Penetrating Radar Equipment

With a wide range of specialist techniques at our disposal, we are able to provide quality, tailored surveys using only the best technology available. We are trained for years in the use of RD8000 & CAT4 electromagnetic tracing equipment and IDS Detector Duo GPR equipment, all of which means we are able to provide our clients with a safe, professional and comprehensive survey.

GPR uses high frequency radio waves to reflect signals back to an antenna where variations are recorded; this process is perfect for locating buried obstructions or detecting variations in ground strata before work on your site begins. It is a very versatile service which also offers many engineering applications, including non-destructive testing (NDT) of pavements and structures, making it the ideal option for locating non-conductive utilities. We recommend undertaking GPR in conjunction with an electromagnetic survey, as there are a few conditions which can limit the depth range of ground radars, such as clay soils or those with high electrical conductivity. Similarly, standard electromagnetic induction utility locating tools are ineffective for concrete or plastic conduits, so by combining the two surveys you will achieve a much greater level of accuracy.

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