Ground-Penetrating Radar (GPR) is a geophysical non-destructive testing method that uses radar pulses to image the subsurface of concrete, asphalt, and soil. It is commonly used in geology, archaeology, civil engineering, and environmental studies to locate inclusions in concrete structures and map underground features such as buried objects, geological structures, and groundwater.

The GPR system consists of a transmitter and a receiver that emits a high-frequency electromagnetic pulse, which travels through the ground/concrete and is reflected back to the receiver by different subsurface layers and objects. 

Our experienced technicians are familiar with scanning in many different situations and conditions using GPR to detect the following items:

Outdoor Scanning – mapping underground utilities, tanks, pipes, cables, rocks, voids, graves, and archaeological artifacts.

Elevated Slab and Slab On-grade Scanning – mapping rebar, conduit, post tension cables, electrical boxes, etc.

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Xenogenesis, LLC (Xenogenesis) is a non-destructive testing (NDT) firm that has serviced the southeastern US for over 20 years and offers a full range of testing and inspection services. NDT methods include radar imaging, visual inspection, ultrasonic testing, penetrant testing, radiography, magnetic particle testing, positive material identification (PMI), and many others. Our team has extensive experience in radar imaging (GPR), non-destructive testing, inspection, and project management. Xenogenesis’ experience allows our team to work closely with your company and identify the best approach for your project.

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