GPR solution maximises the efficiency of utility detection

27th June 2017
Posted By : Alice Matthews
GPR solution maximises the efficiency of utility detection

Featuring what it claims to be the widest GPR antenna bandwidth on the market, Guideline Geo has introduced the MALÅ Easy Locator Pro WideRange HDR. The WideRange creates ultra-fast data acquisition for both shallow and deep utility targets simultaneously. The MALÅ EL WideRange HDR is a GPR solution developed to maximise the efficiency, flexibility and quality of utility detection.

With the 80–950MHz effective bandwidth and an easy-to-use interface - all wrapped in a re-designed Pro Cart with improved stability and folding mechanics - the company claims that the MALÅ WideRange HDR fills a gap in the utility detection market.

“We are proud to introduce the MALÅ Easy Locator Pro WideRange HDR that will perfect and facilitate the utility detection for our customers. This unique solution, with the market’s widest bandwidth and an easy to handle cart, creates extraordinary possibilities to run efficient field-work and analyse the acquired high-resolution data from both shallow and deep depths simultaneously,” said Mikael Nolborg, CEO, Guideline Geo.

Key features:

  • Latest addition to the MALÅ Easy Locator product family
  • Non-intrusive GPR (ground-penetrating-radar) technology
  • Developed for utility detection - precise location and depth of buried infrastructure (pipes, cables)
  • Dual-head sensor antenna with an effective bandwidth of 80−950MHz
  • Antenna: MALÅ Semi-Real-Time sampling HDR Technology
  • High resolution data acquisition - simultaneous shallow and deep targets
  • Re-engineered MALÅ EL Pro Cart with improved stability, folding mechanics and a new battery compartment with smoother handling and more battery space.
  • Alternative data views with a movable horizontal divider (view more or less of the high or deep penetrating data respectively).


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