GSSI has launched the StructureScan Mini XT, the newest generation of its all-in-one concrete inspection GPR system. Rugged, compact and flexible, StructureScan Mini XT is designed for locating rebar, conduits, post-tension cables and voids. The Mini XT can help identify structural elements, including pan deck and concrete cover, and can also provide real time determination of concrete slab thickness.
The integrated concrete inspection tool comes with an antenna, positioning system and control unit combination. It features an intuitive touchscreen interface and six-button control options. With its 2.7 GHz antenna, the StructureScan Mini XT offers exceptional target resolution. It can reach depths of 20 inches. The system is positioned 8 millimeters off the surface, providing additional ground clearance that allows the Mini XT to be used over rough concrete surfaces.
The redesigned StructureScan Mini XT features a rugged compact design, IP 65-rated to withstand a jobsite’s toughest conditions. It includes a 6.5-inch HD touchscreen user interface and different operation modes tailored for beginner to advanced use. The Simple mode allows users to collect data with the push of one button, or select ScanMax and Scan3D app-based data collection options for advanced data interpretation. The StructureScan Mini XT also simplifies customizing the data display with a variety of color adjustments. Real-time migrated data, onscreen reference markers and real-time signal floor indicator are also available.
StructureScan Mini XT incorporates three accessory ports to allow for future expansion. An extension pole accessory, with six-button remote operation, is ideal for walking and wall surveys. Other useful features include a removable handle for reduced vertical clearance, positioning lasers, power saver mode and four-wheel drive.
Geophysical Survey Systems Inc. develops, manufactures and sells ground penetrating radar (GPR) equipment, primarily for the concrete inspection, utility mapping and locating, road and bridge deck evaluation, geophysics and archaeology markets. The equipment is used worldwide to explore the subsurface of the earth and to inspect infrastructure systems non-destructively.