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Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR) can identify voiding underneath a concrete slab. Before heavy machinery is placed on a ground floor, it's imperative to know whether or not the slab is sufficiently supported by gravel and underlying layers. Weather conditions and local water shedding can cause the underside of a slab to "wash away." Hard Rock Technologies can provide a detailed report on detected voiding.

GPR can also safely identify the voids in pre-cast slabs to maximize size of cores between tension cables, as well as identify filled masonry block or voids within a concrete pour.

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Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR) can identify voiding underneath a concrete slab. Before heavy machinery is placed on a ground floor, it's imperative to know whether or not the slab is sufficiently supported by gravel and underlying layers. Weather conditions and local water shedding can cause the underside of a slab to "wash away." Hard Rock Technologies can provide a detailed report on detected voiding.

GPR can also safely identify the voids in pre-cast slabs to maximize size of cores between tension cables, as well as identify filled masonry block or voids within a concrete pour.

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Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR) can identify voiding underneath a concrete slab. Before heavy machinery is placed on a ground floor, it's imperative to know whether or not the slab is sufficiently supported by gravel and underlying layers. Weather conditions and local water shedding can cause the underside of a slab to "wash away." Hard Rock Technologies can provide a detailed report on detected voiding.

GPR can also safely identify the voids in pre-cast slabs to maximize size of cores between tension cables, as well as identify filled masonry block or voids within a concrete pour.