Cable Avoidance & Detection Calibration

£75.00

Cable avoidance and detection tools use signals to scan the ground to help discover underground pipes or cables to avoid any risk of injury or damage to the pipes or cables. Cable locators or ground penetrating radars are used before any excavation to pinpoint exactly where the utilities are underground.

CATs are used to locate magnetic power fields, buried loaded power cables and VLF Radio signals, travelling through metallic lines such as water and gas pipes.

They are also known as CAT, Utility Locators, Cable locators, or a Genny.

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Description

Cable Avoidance & Detection

Diagnosis and Proposals

If we find a fault with your Cable Avoidance during the calibration process, we will let you know. Not only that, we will provide you with the best options on which to proceed. This could involve repairing the unit or replacing it with a new model. Either way, we have the knowledge and experience to point you in the right direction.

A name you can trust

We are part of the Di-LOG group, the UK’s foremost manufacturer of electrical testing equipment. Consequently, we are well-versed in the importance of accurately calibrated Cable Detection and more. More importantly, we have the training and support network that puts us ahead of the field when it comes to calibrating your equipment.

Unbiased, professional experts

We know that the practical requirements for today’s testers, as well as the standard of expectations, are higher than ever. This is why we only employ the finest Technical Engineers in the business to handle your calibration. They have the experience and the extensive knowledge required to offer an unbiased technical opinion on any concerns you may have.

Need your Cable Avoidance & Detection calibrated on-site?

Why not have us visit you directly on-site, with our state of the art mobile laboratory. Click here to find out more about our Lab-on-wheels 

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