US Radar Quantum Mini concrete scanner arrives Down Under
The US Radar Quantum Mini, a concrete scanner that uses dual frequencies to locate assets and anomalies within and beyond concrete structures, is now available in Australia, New Zealand and South East Asia.
Distributor Position Partners says the compact, handheld Quantum Mini provides real-time viewing and processing of the scan data.
It features laser levelling technology to line up passing grids for accurate scan data, as well as assisting with the accurate mark-out of rebar, post-tension cables, voids, utilities and other anomalies.
"Traditionally when scanning concrete structures, users would need to choose between two of the most popular frequencies – one for anomalies within the concrete and another for anomalies beyond the concrete layer," Position Partners geospatial product manager Cameron Waters says.
"With the Quantum Mini, users have the flexibility to scan using both or either frequency as well as the ability to scan almost 2m below the surface, the greatest depth of any concrete scanner on the market.
"The dual frequency means it can handle a wide range of applications and accuracies, it has sophisticated software for comprehensive data analysis and it’s also very user friendly," he adds.
The Quantum Mini has a 10-inch LCD screen with 3D on-board processing, a selection of colour palettes and horizontal slicing for advanced data analysis.
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