Our current Euro GPR Certificate of Membership confirming Sandberg membership. Sandberg work and comply with the EuroGPR code of practice, which has been endorsed by the European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI) as ETSI EG 202 730. … [Read more...] about Euro GPR Membership
Sinkholes are voids in the ground formed by water erosion of the underlying ground—serious damage may result. Sinkhole detection and location is, therefore, very important. Sinkholes are most common in areas of limestone or other rock that can be … [Read more...] about Sinkhole detection
I was in Jadisa, the Mercedes dealer in Jaen, Spain, waiting for my car to be serviced, when a magazine article caught my eye. A Ground Penetrating Radar article! It was in the local magazine Ayer & Hoy (Yesterday and Today). This roughly … [Read more...] about Ayer y hoy – GPR article
Concrete scanning is a loose term which covers a range of non-destructive techniques to establish detail within the concrete subsurface. It is much more than just rebar location. A range of survey techniques can be used, including, but … [Read more...] about Concrete Scanning
Have you ever wondered what Ground Penetrating Radar can be used for? Do you know how it works? Can it help you? This article will help you understand. It's all about making a business case for Ground Penetrating Radar. Ground Penetrating Radar … [Read more...] about What is Ground Penetrating Radar used for?
Older buildings need repair and restoration. This is often carried out as an ongoing maintenance programme. If the building is in a state of decay, a major restoration project may be necessary to restore it to its former glory. How can GPR … [Read more...] about Restoration of Buildings – how GPR can help
Sandberg are pleased to announce that an article titled: “Finite difference time domain modelling as support to ground penetrating radar surveys of precast concrete units”, written by Davide Campo (Manager of our GPR Department) for the Near Surface … [Read more...] about GPR finite difference time domain modelling
It is often necessary to verify construction detail of structures. This could be to ensure compliance with current legislation and standards, proposed modifications, change of use, or simply part of a maintenance regime. The following are all … [Read more...] about Verification of construction detail