Scancon uses the latest in Ground Penetrating Radar technology to locate embedded objects within concrete. Our Clients needs include everything from confirming rebar spacing and approximate depths of concrete to locating embedded objects within concrete to ensure the safety of workers when penetrating concrete to maintaining the structural stability of buildings. Concrete scanning is considered best practice when attempting to avoid embedded objects within concrete when drilling anchor holes or through holes, breaking out openings in diamond coring and sawing. This is achieved locating by Rebar, Post Tension Cables, and Conduits. Inspection of ﬂoors, decks, slabs, balconies, etc. in structures such as tunnels, bridges and buildings Detection of voids and cavities
Real-time view of the inside of concrete structures, including but not limited to rebar, post tension cables, live loaded conduits.
Three scan modes for speciﬁc applications: Quickscan detection, Quickscan recording and Imagescan (2-D and 3-D data visualization with top view and cross sectional views)
Compact all-in-one hand-held design oﬀers easy, user-friendly operation, quick start-up for speed of use plus unmatched data visualization.
Displays a top view of the scan for easy object mapping plus cross sections in both directions for easy identiﬁcation of multiple layers in concrete structures.
Powerful monitor unit for in-depth, on-site scan analysis plus PC software for subsequent data evaluation and documentation.
Minimize hitting concealed objects when drilling anchor holes or through holes, breaking out openings and in diamond coring and sawing work.
Rebar extension (post-installed rebar connections) in structural applications.
Inspection of ﬂoors, decks, slabs, balconies, etc. in structures such as tunnels, bridges and buildings.
Detection of voids and cavities.