Author: Troy Ennis

Is GPR use regulated by the government or the FCC?

There are no regulations on the type of Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR) antenna or how a GPR is constructed. Any GPR can operate at any frequency provided its emission power levels are under the limits; the rules DO NOT explicitly

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Why use a private utility locator?

The 811 “Call Before You Dig” System does not mark private utilities. Also known as the “One-Call” system only notifies participating member utility providers. These participating member utilities will not mark private or non-member utilities. The utility locating companies notified

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MALA Geoscience Easy Locator HDR

The ground penetrating radar (GPR) system designed for utility locating professionals Just as the first MALÅ Easy Locator revolutionized the utility locating industry to become the industry benchmark for GPR utility location, MALÅ Easy Locator HDR is a game changer.

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Common Ground Alliance (CGA)

Through shared responsibility among all stakeholders, the Common Ground Alliance (CGA) works to reduce damages to the underground infrastructure – ensuring public safety, environmental protection, and the integrity of services by promoting effective damage prevention practices.  

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Vacuum Excavation

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Vacuum excavation allows for exposing the buried utilities without any damage that might occur if excavating machinery or convention hand tools are used…..

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Electromagnetic Detection (EM)

EM utilizes several different methods to locate utilities know as passive, conductive and inductive. Our experienced EM Technicians evaluate each project while on site to determine the most……

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Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR)

GPR is the newest technology for locating hard to detect utilities such as plastic pipe that is used for water and gas. GPR is also the most effect way for detecting voids and underground storage..

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