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Ditch Witch 2450R Ground Penetrating Radar

Ditch Witch 2450GR Ground Penetrating Radar uses radar pulses to image the subsurface and is designed to detect metallic and non-metallic pipes and cables to depths of up to 19.7 feet in a variety of ground conditions— including rock, soil and pavement.

November 26, 2012

Ditch Witch 2450GR Ground Penetrating Radar uses radar pulses to image the subsurface and is designed to detect metallic and non-metallic pipes and cables to depths of up to 19.7 feet in a variety of ground conditions— including rock, soil and pavement.

With a 5.6-mph survey speed and digitally controlled radar, the 2450GR is designed to provide fast, clear images and accurate surveys, whether the operator is pushing or pulling it across the surface. When the surface is uneven, the 2450GR’s dual-frequency, earth-engaged antenna helps maintain signal strength. The advantage of the dual-frequency antenna, says Ditch Witch, is that it simultaneously sweeps in two frequencies at depths of up to 19 feet, allowing for one-pass locates.

 
 

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