Concrete Corrosion rebar Scanning locate corrosion of rebar and post-tension cables within the concrete using state of the art technology. Reinforcing steel locations are marked directly on the concrete surface to ensure safe and efficient drilling that will preserve the integrity of the structure and reduce the need for repairs or patching. This helps our clients conduct core drilling without accidents, injuries or delay. Concrete GPR rebar Scan is also useful when preparing for a renovation that includes electrical outfitting, plumbing, fire protection services, drain installation and duct work.
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Concrete corrosion Rebar Scan for EMBEDDED ELECTRICAL SERVICES
When core drilling or saw cutting in commercial and industrial locations is needed, accurate detection of electrical conduits is essential for preventing safety risks, power outages and costly damages. Concrete GPR Scan for PT Cables Daytona provides two specific but different scanning services in this area: Elevated concrete slab scanning and concrete slab-on-grade locating. Elevated concrete slab scanning involves detecting embedded electrical conduits prior to core drilling a hole through the slab.
Concrete slab-on-grade locating – a concrete slab poured directly over dirt – involves scanning a trench line for conduits before conducting saw cutting and trenching to install a sanitary pipe, water line or something similar. [See diagram No. 2]
Also crucial in the Concrete rebar corrosion Scanning Daytona imaging process is determining what’s in the concrete structure. This includes gauging the concrete thickness, what the rebar content is, its spacing and its elevation within the slab. This extensive, critical information helps our clients and their teams to understand the makeup of the concrete. we also can determine concrete covers over the rebar using state of the art equipment.
We can also locate voids – air gaps between the sub-grade, dirt and the concrete slab-on- grade – hidden below concrete or asphalt surfaces. This degradation occurs over time due to compaction, pipe ruptures or erosion but is often undetectable on the surface. EMA Concrete GPR rebar scan ground penetrating radar can help our clients locate these areas and – most important – avoid collapses.
While corrosion of rebars in concrete is done my MIARA , it does not determine what type of object is being located project managers are experienced at using all available data in identifying the type of reinforcing steel or electrical conduit present.
The photo to the left shows a typical post tension cable mark out. Using GPR and other data, we are able to locate all of the reinforcing steel anomalies. We then mark the findings on the concrete and, based on the pattern, are quickly able to determine what each marking indicates. Most often, when something is on an angle through a square layout it will be a conduit. You will have a typical rebar pattern with 12-to-18 inch centers. Post tension cables tend to be spaced further apart, depending on the building’s design and whether they are banded or uniform tendons.