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Concrete Scanning - Charleston, WV

Ground Penetrating Radar Systems (GPRS) of the Charleston, WV office was called by a local research group to perform a concrete analysis to identify the thickness of a concrete slab inside an old coal mine prior to research on mine safety equipment. Will Johnson, technician on site, used GPR (Ground Penetrating Radar) penetrating into the slab locating precise thickness throughout the slab. This concrete analysis allows researchers to make precise decisions with mine safety equipment.

Concrete Scanning - Charleston, WV

Concrete imaging is ideal for locations such as retail centers, hospitals, and manufacturing facilities because it can be used to locate problem areas without any damage to an existing structure. It’s safe, quick, and cost-efficient. Contact GPRS today for your concrete imaging needs. GPR or GPRS is the safest, most accurate method for locating steel, rebar mat, rebar mat spacing, and a general concrete analysis. GPR technology has zero radiation and can assemble, scan and mark out in real time. For more information on concrete scanning, concrete x-ray and locating reinforcement or to arrange a Lunch and Learn presentation, please contact Will Johnson – Project Manager at 304.989.2323. Also email Will Johnson at - Call before you core, drill or saw.

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