Air inside the concrete results in a partial reflection of the GPR signal, which allows you to detect larger voids. Thin delamination and small...
Air inside the concrete results in a partial reflection of the GPR signal, which allows you to detect larger voids. Thin delamination and small voids only give a small reflection and can typically be visualized using GPR. Contrary to GPR, Ultrasound tomography (Pundit Array: https://bit.ly/3cBBeTE) results in a full reflection when interfacing air. This makes Ultrasound the ideal solution for investigation delaminations and small voids.
Proceq is now part of Screening Eagle Technologies.
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