Both on road and Rail transport system areas, the Georadar enables the detection of unexploded ordnance (UXO) underground. Ordnance is recognized by their mass and size and not by their magnetic field. Other foreign metal objects in the immediate vicinity do not interfere with the detection.
If the suspected area is located in an urban or geologically active area, the electromagnet with its active method offers completely new access to the identification of ordnance. By means of pulsed electromagnetic fields. The fields interact with the ordnance underground, completely harmless, and then recognized by the electromagnet waves behavior.
What the Ordnance Disposal Technician could accomplish in one day can be done with multi-channel Magnetics in a fraction of the time. Especially with large areas such as airfields, sports fields, or dikes. Exploration with up to a dozen probes is ideal – both on foot and with a vehicle.
With many years of experience, our geophysicists evaluate the measurement data and thereby provide high-quality and technical state-of-the-art information with which extensive clearing concepts can be created. Coupled with coordinates of the current satellite navigation systems, the targeted clearing can be carried out in a time and cost-saving manner.
Measurement technology is in a constant state of change: new methods, more compact, and more sensitive measuring devices keep expanding the possibilities. Our geophysicists keep up with the times. Close contact with the manufacturers ensures that we are up to date with the latest technology. Thereby maximizing our options and their security on your construction project.
Geophysics is a valuable step on the way to maintaining occupational safety and the best possible risk-free ordnance clearance.
PROBE | EXPOSURE | IDENTIFICATION
The ordnance clearance begins historically with the site location. We use modern state-of-the-art procedures that are largely combined with each other. We can also process large areas of terrain.
MEASURE | DETECT | ANALYZE
Geophysics has become an integral part of ordnance clearance and expands its possibilities greatly. The latest technological methods are combined with the classic disciplines and thereby open up unthinkable possibilities in the detection of Ordnance, even under extreme conditions.