Ground Penetrating Radar

Ground penetrating radar is a nondestructive method that uses electromagnetic waves to penetrate different mediums, such as soil and concrete, to determine the depth, shape, and size of subsurface structures.

Our NVI technicians use ground penetrating radar in dry or sandy soil to identify the location of existing pipelines and underground hazards that might interfere with new underground piping.  Ground penetrating radar is particularly useful when two underground lines cross each and when they are made of nonmetallic materials.

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