The webinar “What GPR can do for concrete cutting sawing and drilling?” will be held by IACDS and given by Mr. David Cist, from GSSI.
For decades Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR) has been saving concrete cutters time, money and lives. In the US especially, large service industries have been built around the speed and accuracy of GPR to protect concrete drillers from making holes in places where they shouldn’t. Sometimes shifting a cut location even a centimeter can help avoid a “very bad day.” Very Bad Days can take the form of a binding or broken blade, hitting a 440V conduit or cutting a Post Tensioning cable. It might prevent a very long day, a very long lawsuit or even a very bad injury.
- Part 1: Presentation
- What is IACDS?
- Why do we do this webinar?
- Part 2: Introduction
- Why it is important to carry out a concrete inspection before drilling and sawing?
- What techniques are available to carry out an inspection of the condition of the concrete before cutting or coring concrete structures?
- What is GPR?
- Where it fits in with other imaging methods like Ultrasound and X-Ray?
- Part 3: GPR in practice for concrete cutting sawing and drilling
- How to analyze and interpret GPR data?
- What are the consequences of not carrying out a proper scan of concrete structures?
- What kind of problems can be avoided by using it properly?
- Case stories and practical examples
- Part 4: Questions and comments from participants
Thursday, October, 21st
15:00 – Start of the webinar
16:00 – End of the webinar
Mr. David Cist
Participation in this webinar is completely free for all attendees, you only need to register in advance.
For logistical reasons, the number of participants is limited by the platform itself, so registrations will be accepted on a first-come, first-served basis until the available technical capacity is reached.
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