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Concrete Imaging Used to Determine Concrete Depth
– Las Cruces, New Mexico

Ground Penetrating Radar Systems of Albuquerque recently mobilized to Las Cruces to locate the thickness of the concrete in fifty locations on the New Mexico State University Campus. The technician on site was able to locate the concrete thickness and provide the depths to the top of the rebar. This information allowed the engineers to determine if the concrete was poured correctly. The process of using concrete imaging technology took approximately five hours and was able to be completed during normal work hours because concrete radar doesn’t emit any harmful radiation.

Concrete Imaging Used to Determine Concrete Depth – Las Cruces, New Mexico

Concrete inspecting is the best way to gather information concerning what lies below the surface of the concrete. The concrete x-ray image allows the technician to see and precisely locate where the dangers are in or under the slab on grade. This valuable information allows the facility to operate without being shut down due to a damaged conduit. The concrete imaging technology doesn’t emit any harmful radiation so it can be operated during normal business hours. For More information about concrete scanning contact your local representative at 505-250-6742 or tony.ecih@gp-radar.com. GPRS of Albuquerque can perform services like this in any casino in New Mexico. We have recently mobilized to Roswell, Rio Rancho, Alamogordo and Santa Fe.


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