Concrete Scanning, GPR, & X-Ray in Santa Clara, CA

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Penhall Technologies Scanning Analyst Carlos

Carlos

  • 11 years in concrete cutting industry
  • OSHA 30 certified
  • GPR scan mentor
  • GSSI utility scan and structure scan mini certified
  • Rd 7000 utility locator certified
  • Volunteer at Hollister co-op preschool as lead grounds maintenance worker
Penhall Technologies Scanning Analyst Elijah

Elijah

  • GPR Mentor
  • Proficient in using Hilti PSA 1000 GPR Scanner, Hilti PSA 100 field monitor & Profis Software for scan reports
  • Performed more than 10,000 3D image scans within 3-years
  • Successfully completed training for Hilti GPR Scanning
  • Proud Father

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We used GPR scanning to ensure safety in 100 core drilling locations

Ground penetrating radar to find rebar, post tension cables, and conduit
Penhall went to Monterey, CA to scan 100 different locations in preparation for 5 1/2″ cores. The locations for scan were both on 6″ concrete pan deck and 6″ walls.

Locate all obstructions including rebar, post tension cable, and conduit within concrete slab

marking up findings after scanning concrete
At a location in Santa Cruz, CA, we checked for obstructions, such as post tension cables, rebar, and conduit, at three locations in preparation for 6 1/2″ cores through a 7″ concrete wall in Santa Cruz, CA.

We find and mark the rebar after performing concrete scanning

Locating Post tension cable, rebar and conduit using ground penetrating radar
Another project in Sunnyvale, CA required us to locate post tension cables in twelve 1′ x1′ areas.