Introducing the LMX-200 Utility Location GPR

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PCTE has always been committed to provide durable and accurate Ground Penetrating Radar systems. Sensors and Software, one of our longest standing suppliers have just released the new LMX-200 Utility Scanner.

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NUNAWADING, AustraliaMarch 29, 2016PRLog — PCTE has always been committed to provide durable and accurate Ground Penetrating Radar systems. Sensors and Software, one of our longest standing suppliers have just released the new LMX-200 Utility Scanner.

The Sensors and Software LMX-200 is the latest in their longstanding utility location range. On site it can quickly take depth slices and wirelessly export site reports with geo-located data.

Offsite review with Ekko-Project combined with Utility Suite can overlay data with Global Positioning locations with site photographs, CAD or even google maps.

Like all Sensors and Software GPR systems the LMX 200 is extremely rugged and easy to use. The controls are touchscreen and extremely intuitive. The lightweight trolley is really ergonomic, easy to pack and very easy to maneuver.

Applications:

• Location and mark pipes, services and utility as well as other buried objects (tanks etc)
• Create expert maps and reports using images and locations recorded from scans
• Also useful for Geology, Archaeology and Civil applications

This system is perfect for detecting both metallic and non-metallic utilities. Avoiding the risk of hitting unexpected buried utilities, LMX-200 not only saves money but also boost the productivity by having real-time data access including GPS based geo located mapping.

PCTE are suppliers of Sensors and Software GPR within Australia, they can offer expert support, system training and service in all states.

About the Company:

PCTE (http://www.pcte.com.au/ ) specialises in the sale and hire of Concrete Non-destructive Testing equipment. We supply a range of equipment from around the world to offer you a one stop shop with all of the latest equipment. Concrete Non Destructive Testing (NDT) comprises testing a property of concrete, largely without damaging the concrete to assess some parameter which either directly or indirectly provides a required characteristic of the concrete or its embedment’s. PCTE have a long history in the development and assessment of concrete testing equipment.

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