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some Georadar applications

The Georadar can solve many problems of the underground ..
The geo-radar equipment is used to investigate the subsurface sections of land not too rough.
In fact, the need to have continuous acquisitions involves the displacement of the central body of the instrument, which is dragged along with the antenna on the ground or on the structure to be investigated.
Depending on the soil type and the frequency of the antenna ground penetrating radar used the explorable depth is only between about 1 m and 10 m from ground level.
APPLICATIONS ARE MANY:
- The location and boundaries of bodies buried location of underground utilities
- Valuation changes of homogeneity cavity search archaeological research
- Verification of armor in various types of works glaciological research
There are also some limitations for fine-grained soils (silts and clays) rocks such networks welded tuffs presence presence of water on the surface presence of metal bodies to the surface rough terrain (difficult to use)
TECHNICAL FEATURES
The different GPR antennas available are: 900Mhz antenna - 1.5GHz, ideal for facilities, max depth 0,5-1m antennas 400MHz - 500MHz, with better detail of the first 4-5m in loose soils 200Mhz antenna, reaches 10m in depth loose soil but the surface is compressed Borehole antenna Tubewave - 1000; 960MHz antenna, bandwidth 500-1500MHz, depth range 20 ns, depth 0.2-1m size: 37 x 600 mm (diameter x L) Weight: 1.5 kg (without cable)
In homogeneous and continuous media (eg concrete-rock) depths reached by the individual antennas are greater.
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The geo-radar equipment is used to investigate the subsurface sections of land not too rough.

In fact, the need to have continuous acquisitions involves the displacement of the central body of the instrument, which is dragged along with the antenna on the ground or on the structure to be investigated.Depending on the soil type and the frequency of the antenna ground penetrating radar used the explorable depth is only between about 1 m and 10 m from ground level.

APPLICATIONS ARE MANY:

- The location and boundaries of bodies buried location of underground utilities
- Valuation changes of homogeneity cavity search archaeological research
- Verification of armor in various types of works glaciological research
There are also some limitations for fine
-grained soils (silts and clays) rocks such networks welded tuffs presence presence of water on the surface presence of metal bodies to the surface rough terrain (difficult to use)

TECHNICAL FEATURES

The different GPR antennas available are: 900Mhz antenna - 1.5GHz, ideal for facilities, max depth 0,5-1m antennas 400MHz - 500MHz, with better detail of the first 4-5m in loose soils 200Mhz antenna, reaches 10m in depth loose soil but the surface is compressed Borehole antenna Tubewave - 1000; 960MHz antenna, bandwidth 500-1500MHz, depth range 20 ns, depth 0.2-1m size: 37 x 600 mm (diameter x L) Weight: 1.5 kg (without cable)

In homogeneous and continuous media (eg concrete-rock) depths reached by the individual antennas are greater.

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