Surface sounding

During a surface sounding the suspect sites to be examined are divided into partitions and examined using the requested procedure. Depending on the assignment this can be achieved by computer-aided or manual detection.
Normally a computer probing is carried out first, in order to receive a quick overview of the contaminations present. The locations in which a manual search is required have to be determined by means of the evaluation.
The evaluation is often hampered by the presence of supply pipes, sheet pile walls or buildings.

In addition to the normal probes for surface sounding and bore hole sounding we are also in possession of mine detectors by Ebinger.