CONCRETE SCANNING

THE BENEFITS OF CONCRETE SCANNING

Not knowing what’s inside or below concrete surfaces increases risk of structural damage and could put any project into a standstill
Saw cutting, drilling, cutting and coring are a common when working with a concrete structure

Rebar, tension cables, pipes, and conduits – hitting any of these could be costly to someone’s life or the project

Preserve the structural integrity of the concrete – no mess or damage to the structures during the scanning process

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CONCRETE SCANNING

CONCRETE SCANNING INFORMATION SHEET

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CONCRETE SCANNING FAQS

You know if you will need a concrete scan if you plan on sawing, cutting, coring, or drilling in or through any existing concrete during construction.
The cost of a scan varies based on the size of area to be scanned and the job site location.

While the scanning technology does not clarify what type of object is being found, On The Mark Locators Technicians are able to identify it by looking at all available data to determine the type of reinforcing steel or electrical conduit that is there.

On The Mark Locators typical accuracy is +/- ¼” to the center of the object in concrete. 

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