SeeScan, a unique company who makes locators for RIGID, has a plan to revolutionize EM locators and possibly even change the roll of a locator out in the field.
Planet Underground TV talked with GPR experts Dr. Dennis Prezbindowski and Brian Clem of Blood Hound who gave us some insight on what it takes to be a good GPR Locator.
Planet Underground TV goes onsite with Intren and ElectriCom and gains insights into accurate locating and locate verification.
Locating design experts analyze the development of locating equipment today and the future of depth and gain malfunctions.
Dan Germeraad, from People’s Gas, talks about how they attempt to ensure permanent marking for future digs.
Cody Mecham, from McLaughlin, gives us a good idea of how equipment manufacturers approach things in terms of unveiling new technology and why it is so important for them to not rush products into the market.
Ray Merewether, Chief Scientist at SeeScan, does a good job of breaking down the way a locating device reacts with the coils and wires underground to detect where things are.
Still in use 30 years later, the 810 locator, featured in this video, was the first electromagnetic locator providing simultaneous peak and null readings, reducing the potential for human error.
Dennis is arguably one of the most knowledgeable GPR operators in the US. He breaks down the best ways methods for GPR training.
SeeScan founder, Mark Olsson talks about signal strength and Metrotech 810 Inventor Earl Peterman.