AML Series locators use modulated, ultra-high radio frequencies to locate underground objects
Version 5.0 of the company’s Seeker acquisition software automates several key capabilities to help assure the accuracy of US Radar ground-penetrating radar (GPR) systems.
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.
The 830R/T (receiver/transmitter) system is designed to provide best performance at a high active frequency to identify and trace metallic pipe or cable, water, and gas distribution lines.
Ditch Witch 2450GR ground-penetrating radar system locates and detects electric, water, sewer, gas conduit, piping, and communications cable. Radar pulses image the subsurface and detect both metallic and nonmetallic pipes and cables up to 19 feet.