Concrete inspection of large areas in all buildings or bridge decks / Object detection and damage prevention before drilling, coring or cutting into concrete / GPR data collection for concrete structural assessment and post-processing data
The GP8100 features the world’s first large scan width handheld GPR with the new Superline scan to deliver fast object detection, and never-seen-before data clarity alongside deep penetration depth. One Superline scan with the GP8100 is the equivalent to 6 classical line scans.
Screening Eagle has been disrupting the GPR industry with ground-breaking innovations since 2017. Now, the company has presented a new wave of innovations, complementing their GPR family with the unique Proceq GP8100 to make large-scale inspections radically simpler and more efficient.
The new portable concrete GPR enables quick detection of objects of any size, allowing inspection engineers to collect dense inspection data with just one Superline scan. Users also benefit from the unique data clarity with 2D time-slice, 3D tomography and augmented reality in real-time.
The GP8100 can be used for multiple applications including concrete inspection of large areas in all buildings or bridge decks, object detection and damage prevention before drilling, coring or cutting into concrete, and GPR data collection for concrete structural assessment and post-processing data.
Screening Eagle will now offer a series of technical webinars for the GP8100 and their other new products that were released during the keynote, and will be showing them live at the World of Concrete next June in Las Vegas.
Boost scanning efficiency with 25cm
effective scan width and 80cm
penetration depth, one scan is
equivalent to 6 classical line scans
Detecting objects of all sizes and
marking on concrete surfaces has
never been so easy and fast with
the superline scan view
The high scan rate of 1’200 scans/s
enables a very dense GPR data
collection in only one superline scan,
which can be visualized in 6
classical line scans
Many different NDT methods are available in the industry, each of them having its own advantages and limitations, but six of them are most frequently used: ultrasonic testing (UT), radiographic testing (RT), electromagnetic testing (ET), magnetic particle testing (MT), liquid penetrant testing (PT) and visual testing (VT). Other techniques include acoustic emission testing (AE), guided wave testing (GW), laser testing methods (LM), acoustic resonance testing (ART), leak testing (LT), magnetic flux leakage (MFL), vibration analysis (VA), and infrared testing (IR).
GPR is a compact device that scans the subsurface in a non-destructive way. It can penetrate the surface from a few cm down to tens or hundreds of meters, based on soil conditions and antenna characteristics.