Concrete Scanning is a non-invasive method regularly applied to examine concrete structures such as walls, floors, columns, and bridges.

Concrete scanning has great advantages over more traditional invasive methods including:

  • Capability of greater depth penetration (up to 18 inches at high resolution)
  • Ability to resolve the second layer of rebar (subject to spacing)
  • Ability to determine slab thickness
  • Ability to detect air voids, conduits and pipes (including plastic), post-tension cables, etc.
  • The screed does not have to be removed to map rebar in floor slabs
  • Generally, only one-sided access is required

Contractors of ALL trades along with engineers and architects rely on the data produced by concrete scans to:

  • Clear locations for core drilling, trenching, and saw cutting
  • Map out rebar/wire mesh/post tension cable
  • Determine slab thickness and air voids
  • Utility locating of conductive and non-conductive lines