Concrete Scan For Inspection
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Louis Mercado

Here in Palm Coast, Trinity was called to perform a full Concrete Scan using Ground Penetrating Radar and a variety of Electromagnetic Locating Devices. The client was planning an inspection on the concrete wall of a newly built residential home to confirm and inspect for evidence of rebar within multiple areas of interest throughout the home. GPR Scans were also performed in a similar grid pattern, purely detecting changes in density and discovering anomalies that are nonconductive to EML. All findings were marked with black chalk.

At Trinity Subsurface, we are able to make sure any obstructions within the concrete are found when performing a concrete locate. Whether your project is to locate prior to saw cutting a trench, core drilling a hole, or locating structural reinforcement prior to drilling for anchor bolts, screws, or any other type of concrete penetration, we will be able to locate all obstructions within the floor, ceiling or walls. These obstructions include rebar, wire mesh, post tension cables, conduits and other obstructions within the concrete. We are also able to locate utilities that run in the concrete or lie directly below the concrete. Using our state-of-the-art concrete locating equipment, we can see through up to 18-24 inches of concrete depending on the age and make up. We can then provide a detailed written report for your project or just mark it out on the surface of the concrete with chalk, marker, tape or paint. Our training program for concrete locates is very thorough and one of the best in the industry. When our technicians are on site, you can rest easy knowing that they have the best training and equipment for your concrete locating project. Maintaining the structural integrity of your concrete and protecting your project and your people working on it are the number one priority of Trinity Subsurface.

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