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The Latest in Ground Penetrating Radars by Radiodetection

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The Latest in Ground Penetrating Radars by Radiodetection

 

Ground-penetrating radars (GPRs) are extensively utilized to locate underground utilities and structures. GPR provides a secure and reliable means of identifying the location of many utilities like metallic and non-metallic pipe locator and cables, septic systems, storm drains, and other structures and anomalies.

Curious about why there is such a significant interest in GPRs? You might assume that the need for earth-scanning technology remains unchanged, but that couldn't be further from the truth. We're pleased to report that there is a robust demand and ongoing advancements in this field, with TMG's brands leading the way.

 

The State of the Industry

A report on the GPR industry outlook found terrific signs for this pivotal technology, placing its compound annual growth rate (CAGR) at 7.7% up to 2026 

The report projected the industry’s global worth to reach almost $US700 million by 2026, with the equipment segment accounting for 65%. 

Due to the equipment’s wide range of uses in multiple industries, there are an equal number of reasons for such industry growth. 

From mining exploration to infrastructure booms, GPRs are facilitating advancement across society. 

 

Leading GPRs

As experienced advisors in GPRs and other testing equipment, we highly recommend Radiodetection's Sensors and Software GPRs. Their latest models, the LMX100™ and LMX200™, were introduced in 2021 to replace the RD1100 and RD1500, offering an expanded range of features and capabilities.

The LMX100 “Locate & Mark” Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR) is a straightforward and uncomplicated system that serves the purpose of marking a location on the ground, detecting all utilities in an area before excavation, or capturing screenshots. Moreover, it can penetrate depths exceeding 3 meters.

The LMX200 “Map & Survey” Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR) is well-suited for a wide range of utility applications, and it is especially recommended when soil conditions are favourable. This is because the LMX200 comes equipped with a 250mHz antenna that has the capacity to penetrate depths exceeding 3 meters, making it an excellent choice for those seeking to explore deeper underground. As a result of its superior depth range capabilities, the LMX200 is often the top choice for individuals undertaking various GPR activities. 

Another option is the LMX150 “Findar” Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR). Originally designed as a forensic based tool for investigators, the LMX150 has also been proven to be a great Utility GPR for locating shallower objects up to 3 Meters and can be used as a pavement or shallow/small utility solution GPR. 

The EKKO_Project software offers a comprehensive suite of tools for processing, analysing, and visualizing data collected by GPR units. This software is specifically designed for use with Sensors and Software's "LMX150 Findar" and "LMX200" GPR units.

 

Need to Know More?

TMG Test Equipment is open 8am–5pm weekdays and we’re always ready to support you in all your testing times. 

Please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us about any queries you may have regarding Radiodetection’s range of GPRs, or any other testing equipment we offer.

  

LMX100

https://www.contractoressentials.com.au/Sensors-and-Software-LMX100-Locate-and-Mark-GPR-Unit

 

LMX150

https://www.contractoressentials.com.au/Sensors-and-Software-LMX150-FINDAR-Forensics-and-Utility-GPR-Unit

 

LMX200

https://www.contractoressentials.com.au/Sensors-and-Software-LMX200-Map-and-Survey-GPR-Unit

 

EKKO_Project Software

https://www.contractoressentials.com.au/Sensors-and-Software-EKKO-Project-Software-options-for-the-LMX-150-200-GPR

    


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