Ground-Penetrating Radar (GPR) Scanning
GPR scanning is used to locate and map subsurface utilities, accurately inspect concrete structures, and collect and visualize 3D data. Allnorth offers ground-penetrating radar (GPR) scanning with a selection of antennas and RADAN® 3D data processing software. The 200 MHz antenna allows for low-density scans down to 30 feet (9 m), and the 400 MHz antenna allows for mid-density scans down to 12 feet (4 m); both can be used to identify the location of service utilities, perform road inspections, and conduct geological investigations. Our 1.6 GHz antenna is capable of high-density scans to a depth of 18 inches (0.5 m), to inspect concrete structures, map concrete condition, and measure slab thickness.
Allnorth provides key services such as:
- Concrete inspection
- Road inspections
- Geological investigations
How we use Ground-Penetrating Radar (GPR) Scanning in each sector
Allnorth team provides expertise to multiple sectors:
Pulp and Paper
The pulp and paper industry has been one of our key markets for more than 20 years.
Allnorth provides planning, engineering design, and construction services for municipal, land development, transportation, building, and power generation and transmission projects.
Allnorth provides a full range of technical services to the chemical and related industries. Our experience encompasses all phase of projects, from concept and scope development, to commissioning and start-up.
Allnorth provides integrated power solutions for utility companies, independent power providers, and industrial clients. We understand the importance of reducing energy costs and ensuring the security of an energy supply.