Ground Penetrating Radar

Ground Penetrating

Radar

Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR) is a method of retrieving sub surface images by using high-frequency radar pulses. This technology can assist you in locating pipes or cables below the ground. We can locate these through bitumen roads, concrete slabs and many other surfaces.

Pulse Locating understands the importance of providing accurate data from location and exposure of buried assets.  We understand that incorrect data could lead to design and construction changes and we will always use best practices to ensure this does not happen.

Our specific GPR of choice is the Leica DS2000. These radars are designed by a world leading technology company that ensures they are on the forefront of radar and technology development

Quality Levels

In tougher ground conditions, medium to high pressure water can be used via a lance and suction pipe to cut through clays and road bases. Our potholing lances are designed to use pressure and suction at the same time to reduce mess and provide safety to our workers. Although medium to high water pressure may sound damaging to services, it is pivotal in locating pipes and cables as it significantly reduces the use of other digging tools such as shovels and crow bars which could cause extensive damage.