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Ground penetrating radar (GPR) improved for concrete applications, by the makers of the world’s first handheld and wireless stepped frequency continuous wave ground penetrating radar (GPR) solution.

Sweeping through the complete frequency spectrum, from low-to-high frequencies, giving you one device that can see depth and resolve small objects at the same time. With the smart combination of the unique SFCW sensor technology and our powerful software running on the iPad, you get unmatched concrete scanning performance, data clarity and user experience. And one more thing... your investment into our solutions will always stay up-to-date with continuous performance updates because we have engineered our ground penetrating radar solutions with all required frequencies on board, as an ever-evolving platform that keeps getting better-and-better over time.

 

 

 

Concrete Scanners

Find the right concrete scanning solution

Compare our 3 GPR devices >

Handheld Concrete Scanner

GP8800

Gigantic resolution
Tiny size

Portable Concrete Scanner

GP8000

Deep clarity & ergonomics
Multi-usage

Ultrawide Concrete Scanner

 NEW  GP8100

Ultimate productivity
Unmatched data density

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Looking for subsurface utility location...

Subsurface Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR)

GS8000
The one GPR solution for locating utility objects and mapping the underground world using SFCW ground penetrating radar technology.
Screening Eagle Technologies is a merger of Dreamlab and Proceq

 

 

“I use GPR a lot. We do stuff all over the world and different kinds of civil projects, structural archaeology, utilities, -and finding the diversity that you guys are coming out with in the GPR space is really helpful for a lot of people. …things I love about the Proceq systems are the high quality, but also ease of use. And so being able to put that into some of our new employees’ hands helps us get them to independence much faster than without it. So I’m really excited about it.”

 

Daniel Bigman, Bigman Geophysical

 

 


 

 

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