Commercial-Residential-Industrial: “Trust us for accurate and detailed concrete scanning”
Concrete scanning services refer to the use of specialized equipment and techniques to detect and locate any embedded objects or materials within concrete structures. This is typically done prior to any drilling, cutting, or coring of concrete to avoid damaging any embedded objects, such as electrical or plumbing conduits, post-tension cables, rebar, or other materials.
Concrete 3D Laser scanning services use a variety of tools and methods, including ground-penetrating radar (GPR), electromagnetic detection (EM), and ultrasonic testing (UT). These techniques can help identify the location and depth of any embedded materials, allowing for precise and safe cutting, drilling, or coring.
Concrete 3D scanning services are commonly used in construction and renovation projects that involve concrete structures, such as bridges, buildings, tunnels, and parking garages. They are also used in industrial applications, such as in the inspection of concrete floors, walls, and pipes.
Detect hazards in concrete before you commence cutting, coring, or breaking, mitigating the risk of injuries or project delays
New build construction and renovation projects often require cutting, coring, or breaking a concrete slab. This can be dangerous, as the potential to strike rebar, pipes, post tension cables, and electrical conduits is high. Concrete scanning services is a proactive step towards ensuring an accident-free work zone that meets completion deadlines.
For inspection and analyze the subsurface of concrete structures
It is a non-destructive testing technique that uses electromagnetic waves to inspect and analyze the subsurface of concrete structures. Here are four applications of concrete scanning
Analyzing the contents of a concrete structure requires concrete scanning. This includes details about the rebar, such as its spacing and depth in the concrete, as well as the concrete’s overall thickness. Engineers can now make decisions about the slab with the use of concrete analysis.