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Before you start digging, cutting or drilling concrete, it is essential to know the exact location of pipes and wires to prevent breakage and additional costs.
Chiasson et Bourgeois Localisation is a company specialized in detection and location with induction and Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR).
Our expertise allows us to accurately locate any buried item, such as plastic pipes, electrical cables, wells, slab voids, rebars and many more. Our accident prevention programs are based on the highest standards in the industry. Chiasson et Bourgeois Localisation has more than 40 years of experience in utility location and we are a reliable and indispensable reference in the field.
Before you start sawing or drilling concrete, it is essential to know the exact location of pipes and wires to prevent breakage and additional costs.
It is essential to precisely locate before starting any works. The location of underground structure ensures that your work will run without any problems.
In any underground installation, unexpected breaks can occur due to the aging of the infrastructure, bad weather, use of inadequate materials, excavation or drilling works without prior location, and more.
Occasionally, during excavation, unsuspected objects are discovered. This is particularly the case of tanks, whether they are in operation or not.
Chiasson et Bourgeois Localisation has reliable equipment, whose are calibrated each year. Our employees are trained to locate all types of underground installations and master the use of different technologies :
Ground-penetrating radar (GPR) is a geophysical technology that uses the principle of a radar pointing towards the ground. This equipment allows the study of the composition and the structure of the soil and is able to probe a variety of terrains. This advanced technology is used to locate different metal and plastic elements such as sewer or water pipes.
Induction location is based on the induction of an electric power in the ground to create an electromagnetic field. This precise and reliable technology locates metal conduits and electrical wires.