Atlantic Subsurface Imaging Can Now Be Used To Detect Fresh Water With GPR Scanning In New Jersey

Atlantic Subsurface Imaging can now be used to detect fresh water with GPR Scanning in New Jersey. Ground Penetrating Radar scanning in New Jersey is an innovative technology that will use radar pulses allowing those to see what’s under the surface by bringing up an image using this geophysical method.

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(PRWEB) December 03, 2012

Atlantic Subsurface Imaging can now be used to detect fresh water with GPR Scanning in New Jersey. Ground Penetrating Radar scanning in New Jersey is an innovative technology that will use radar pulses allowing those to see what’s under the surface by bringing up an image using this geophysical method. GPR scanning in NJ is also a great new tool to use because it is a non-destructive method, giving everyone the ability to see where fresh water is underground. By being able to provide insight in a non-invasive matter, this saves time, money, and effort, making it an efficient tool for various projects.

Ground penetrating radar in New York is also available as well as New Jersey, Delaware, and more. Not only can it be used to detect fresh water, but also unknown rocks, ice, concrete slabs, pipes, etc. For those who are trying to search for fresh water and the current condition under the earth’s surface, Atlantic Subsurface Imaging allows one to do just that. With this underground locating tactic in New York, this will allow businesses or contractors to see what they are getting into before digging up the earth’s surface.

By using ground penetrating radar in NJ, this will allow for a better use of everyone’s time, or if there are any problems that can lead to the delay of scheduled projects and increase expenses. With the earth being covered by over 70% of water, only about 3% is fresh water making ground penetrating radar technology extremely important.

About the Company:

Atlantic Subsurface Imaging features state-of-the-art equipment used for subsurface imaging and geophysical surveying. They use technology such as ground penetrating radar, bridge deck analysis, concrete scanning, utility locating and mapping, giving precise locations of subsurface materials. Headquartered in Mount Holly, Atlantic Subsurface Imaging serves New Jersey, Pennsylvania, New York and Delaware. To learn more visit http://www.atlanticsubsurfacingimaging.com


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