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Ground Penetrating Radar

Locating underground water line. Durham, NC
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  • Hey ePalmetto, unfortunately I haven't had the opportunity. We normally use it with finding underground utilities such as: Gas lines, Water Lines, Telephone Lines, etc. We also use it to locate UST's (Underground Storage Tanks at gas stations). With our GPR we can normally see per 1' of depth 1" of material. Please feel free to ask anymore questions you may have.  Thanks

  • Hey Angel, the link to the unit that we have is: http://www.malags.com/Products/MALA-X3M-System-(1) 

    Its a great tool to have for GPR surveying. Hope you find this helpful. Please feel free to message me with anymore questions. Have a great Christmas. 

  • Hello,

    Would you mind send the device brochure?


  • Vendor
    have you ever worked with GPR in archeaology?
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