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Ground
Penetrating
Radar (GPR)

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How

Does GPR Work To Detect Underground Utilities?

Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR) is one of the most effective technologies used in geological surveys, construction, environmental studies, and re-construction projects. With GPR, we get real-time visuals of facilities that can't be located by traditional methods

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Thorough location

GPR locates underground storage tanks, concrete structures, buried manholes, septic tanks, water and sewer lines, unmarked gravesites, and more.
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Safer and less destructive

GPR is a safer and less destructive means of locating buried utility lines.
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Electromagnetic Waves

GPR sends electromagnetic waves into the ground, which are then reflected by subsurface structures or utilities and detected.

Our GPR

Sees what can't be seen:

  • Septic Tanks
  • Fire Lines
  • Chilled Water Lines
  • Irrigation Lines
  • Low Voltage Control Wire
  • Private Alarm Wires
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Start GPR Scan

Locating Utilities

GPR Tech Plots out a grid

GPR is used a lot of the time for the unknown utilities. It is also used for the utilities that cannot conduct a current so it will not be able to be picked up by the EM locating. GPR is great at finding anomalies. GPR scans are great at finding PVC or plastic pipe, concrete pipes anything along those lines.

GPR Tech Plots out a grid

GPR is used a lot of the time for the unknown utilities. It is also used for the utilities that cannot conduct a current so it will not be able to be picked up by the EM locating. GPR is great at finding anomalies. GPR scans are great at finding PVC or plastic pipe, concrete pipes anything along those lines.

GPR Tech Plots out a grid

GPR is used a lot of the time for the unknown utilities. It is also used for the utilities that cannot conduct a current so it will not be able to be picked up by the EM locating. GPR is great at finding anomalies. GPR scans are great at finding PVC or plastic pipe, concrete pipes anything along those lines.

GPR Tech Plots out a grid

GPR is used a lot of the time for the unknown utilities. It is also used for the utilities that cannot conduct a current so it will not be able to be picked up by the EM locating. GPR is great at finding anomalies. GPR scans are great at finding PVC or plastic pipe, concrete pipes anything along those lines.

GPR Tech Plots out a grid

GPR is used a lot of the time for the unknown utilities. It is also used for the utilities that cannot conduct a current so it will not be able to be picked up by the EM locating. GPR is great at finding anomalies. GPR scans are great at finding PVC or plastic pipe, concrete pipes anything along those lines.

GPR Tech Plots out a grid

GPR is used a lot of the time for the unknown utilities. It is also used for the utilities that cannot conduct a current so it will not be able to be picked up by the EM locating. GPR is great at finding anomalies. GPR scans are great at finding PVC or plastic pipe, concrete pipes anything along those lines.

Benefits of Utility Mapping

Once Blood Hound has located your underground utilities, we can map the ground markings using Trimble mapping-grade GPS equipment for extreme accuracy. Blood Hound follows the American Public Works Association uniform color codes for the marking of underground utilities.

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Reduce Costs

Keep track of your facilities, prevent damages, and reduce costs on future planning and construction projects.
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Fulfill Requirements

Fulfill PHMSA and other regulatory requirements of GIS accuracy.
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Ensure Accuracy

Our professionals are trained and certified on Trimble technology to ensure extreme accuracy.

Testimonials

Because of the service I received I have already referred your company to one of my electrical contractors who after hearing my story asked for your contact information. I’m sure we will be doing business again in the future.

Christopher Perino, CTP Contracting LLC

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