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ADVANCED NON-DESTRUCTIVE TESTING

SOME OF OUR STANDARD TESTING SERVICES

At Panthom a visual inspection is not enough. Our engineers are trained to use non-destructive testing equipment to

determine the cause of damage present in a structure.

Our forensic-specific equipment includes Thermal imaging cameras, Moisture meters, Pressurised hydrostatic altimeters - (Floor level surveys), Drone surveying - (high definition roof and site inspections).

We also use our knowledge of geotechnical engineering to conduct soil testing to classify your site.

 

We are proud to hold 2 remotely piloted aircraft licences (RePL) and a remotely piloted aircraft operators certificate (ReOC). 

CONCRETE SCANNING FOR REAL-TIME CONCRETE IMAGING:

GPR Testing (Ground Penetrating Radar testing)

Panthom Engineering is a technologically advanced company offering a wide range of concrete scanning services.

We design a testing program tailored to suit the needs of each specific client. With our testing program, you can rest assured we will accurately obtain the information you require using best-in-class equipment and expertise.

Do not take chances when cutting concrete, let our experienced team at Panthom provide a full GPR concrete scan for you. Through our concrete scanning, we will locate reinforcing steel and cover depths of reinforcing steel.

Join the growing list of clients that we have satisfied with our professional GPR concrete scanning service today.

GPR can be used in determining the load capacity of columns or slabs, with this information you can have peace of mind

in knowing that your concrete has the required strength needed to withstand ground movement without destroying the slab.

FURTHER CONCRETE TESTING:

Half cell survey test - concrete corrosion

Schmidt hammer test - concrete strength

UPV test (Ultra pulse velocity) - concrete density

GPR

GROUND PENETRATING RADAR

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At Panthom a visual inspection is not enough. Our engineers are trained to use non-destructive testing equipment to determine the cause of damage present in a structure.