Ground Penetrating Radar Surrey

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Ground Penetrating Radar Surrey

Subvision Surveys have been providing quality services in Surrey for over 19 years and our highly qualified team of surveyors have amazing knowledge of the industry, undergoing years of strict training in the use of our equipment to ensure high standards of safety and professionalism at all times.

Our managers are IOSH qualified and we ensure every on-site surveying team holds valid CSCS cards, PTS track safety cards and has been CRB/DBS checked and approved. We are pleased to say that such a high level of service comes at a very competitive price, with each survey expertly tailored to suit your specific requirements. If you would like advice or assistance please do give us a call, or send an email, and we will do all we can to help.

For Ground Penetrating Radar Surveys in Surrey…

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

Ground Penetrating Radar Systems

When working in construction or destruction, there is always a chance that something can crop up and delay works by days, weeks or even months! Subvision recommends undertaking a ground penetrating radar survey before work begins, as this will scan the area beneath your site for any buried services or obstructions. Our advanced GPR system uses a series of high frequency radio waves that detect objects and reflect a signal back to an antenna, where information about these variations is recorded.

The best conditions for this type of radar survey would have to be dry sandy soil as this gives the greatest depth of penetration, but a range of media can be surveyed such as fresh water, soil, ice and rock. There are also many engineering applications, including NDT (non-destructive testing) of pavements, so as you can tell this is a fairly versatile system. However, Subvision does recommend that clients use GPR in conjunction with an electromagnetic survey for the greatest level of accuracy.

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