Interra Inc. provides Ground Penetrating Radar services to a variety of clients in the public and private sectors.
Technique for subsurface exploration that uses GPR to find embedded objects and underground utilities.
Utilizing GPR to locate embedded reinforcing steel, conduit and post tension cables to avoid while cutting, coring and anchoring into various types of concrete applications.
Ground Penetrating Radar
Ground penetrating radar provides a view into concrete structures and other structures by providing instant imagery for on-site evaluation.
We provide utility locating services for commercial and private clients by using Ground Penetrating Radar and tools specifically designed to locate utilities.
We are able to scan through concrete using our state of the art technologies to get a three-dimensional view of object beneath just about any surface.
Utility Scanning, underground scanning
Interra-Inc. uses the newest equipment to detect pipes, sondes, telecommunication lines buried utilities. These devices detect buried power cables, CATV cables, gas and water pipes, sewer lines, telephone cables, fiber optic cables with sheath, sondes, inspection camera transmitters. The Transmitter emits a signal. The Receiver detects the signal. You can locate the relative position of the buried utility, sonde or camera by following the tracing signal.
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Ground Penetrating Radar Capabilities
GPR is often used to locate, metal, rebar, conduits, glass fiber cables as well as voids during inspection.
Forensic matters sometimes require searching for evidence beneath the ground or behind other surfaces.
GPR can be used to define landfills, contaminant plumes and other remediation sites.
Ground penetrating radar is often used to map burial sites and other archeological features in addition to excavation.
Water and Utility Location
Underground utility locations often relies on GPR technology to locate non-conductive utilities due to its effectiveness with locating plastic conduits.