StructureScan Mini XT for Concrete Scanning

The StructureScan™ Mini XT from Geophysical Survey Systems Inc. (GSSI) is the tool that has been constructed to tackle the job site and survey requirements of users. This durable system has been developed with a combined display for single operator data collection and interpretation. Users can decrease safety risks, financial exposure and expensive delays and offer the full range of services to users’ customers by adding this concrete scanner to their toolbox.

Applications

  • Concrete scanning and imaging
  • Find rebar, post tension, conduits and non-metallic objects
  • Condition assessment
  • Measure slab thickness and void location
  • Structure inspection

Features

  • Sturdy transit case
  • StructureScan™ Mini XT with 3D software
  • Quick Start Guide
  • Lithium-ion battery (2)
  • Dual bay battery charger
  • Two-year warranty

The Mini XT is perfect for concrete inspection and evaluation. Users can easily and precisely locate the depth and position of metallic and non-metallic objects in concrete structures, such as conduit, rebar, pan decking, post-tension cables, service, voids and utilities.

The Professional Scanner’s Choice

The StructureScan Mini XT is the perfect tool to conquer all users’ job site requirements.

StructureScan Mini XT for Concrete Scanning

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High Frequency, High Resolution Concrete Antenna

The StructureScan Mini XT applies a 2.7 GHz antenna that offers outstanding near-surface resolution while also retaining the potential to resolve deeper targets.

StructureScan Mini XT for Concrete Scanning

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Enhanced Target Visualization

The StructureScan Mini XT offers several modes for data collection and interpretation

  • Scan EZ: Just by pressing one button, this mode offers the perfect amount of data with 2D data views for effective mark-and-go surveys.
  • Scan Max: Focus mode has been developed to facilitate the data to better emphasize embedments, locate voids and see closely spaced targets.
  • Scan 3D: 3D visualization is frequently utilized in complex structural scenarios where the survey area might consist of multiple levels of targets. This mode helps the user envision congested areas and non-linear targets.

StructureScan Mini XT for Concrete Scanning

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Increase Job Site Efficiency with Mini XT Kit

Professional scanners at present require a range of tools to overcome struggles that are associated with all job sites. For big survey areas, the extension pole enables improved ergonomics and user-friendliness. Using the Palm XT antenna and Mini XT harness collectively enables the user to gather data with one-hand operation, making sure users’ hold three points of contact in line with OSHA regulations.

StructureScan Mini XT for Concrete Scanning

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Data Examples

Identify Structural Features

Data was gathered with the Mini XT on a big concrete wall of a flood control system. Data displays several layers of rebar. The long flat reflector (green line) is a result of the system running on top of the longitudinal rebar. The blue box points out the back side of the wall.

StructureScan Mini XT for Concrete Scanning

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Detecting Bottom of Slab

Data was gathered with the help of Mini XT with the Palm XT antenna and displays wire mesh (red dots) with 15 cm (6 in) spacing over pan-decking (blue line).

StructureScan Mini XT for Concrete Scanning

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Enhanced Visualization: Cross Polarization

The two sections of data given below were gathered with Mini XT and Palm XT antenna over the same area and in the same direction. Data displays a top layer of heavy wire mesh with several cascading plastic and steel targets.

Data on the left was gathered with the help of a cross polarization technique and displays a range of targets (blue dots) that are not clearly visible with the help of the normal data collection method (right).

StructureScan Mini XT for Concrete Scanning

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Enhanced Visualization: Focus Mode

Data gathered with Mini XT and Palm XT antenna displaying several layers of structural steel. The focus mode function enables users to concurrently view raw and focus data with the help of a slider bar.

StructureScan Mini XT for Concrete Scanning

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3D Data with Virtual Borehole Feature

3D data set gathered with Mini XT and Palm XT antenna displaying structural assistance inside a wall in a parking garage. This data seems to be visible on the Mini XT screen after the 3D grid has been collected. The size of the Borehole feature is user-selectable as soon as the grid is complete.

StructureScan Mini XT for Concrete Scanning

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Specifications

Source: Geophysical Survey Systems

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Display 6.5” Touchscreen LED
Environmental rating IP65
Display modes Linescan, Focus and 3D
Available ports USB
Languages English, French, Japanese and Chinese
Operating temperature -4 °F to 104 °F (-20 °C to 40 °C)

 

Accessories

2300 MHz — Palm XT Antenna

Palm XT is a small form factor GPR antenna that enables users’ unparalleled access in tightly spaced areas and allows simple overhead scanning.

StructureScan Mini XT for Concrete Scanning

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LineTrac XT

LineTrac XT adds the potential to detect AC power and induced RF present in conduits. This accessory detects low amplitude AC signals associated with hard-to-find conduits.

StructureScan Mini XT for Concrete Scanning

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StructureScan Mini XT Carry Harness

The StructureScan Mini XT harness has been developed for applications where the user needs the use of both hands at the time of a survey.

StructureScan Mini XT for Concrete Scanning

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Extension Pole

The extension pole available for the StructureScan Mini XT and Mini LXT consists of a six-button remote operation to enable simpler scanning on walls and floors.

StructureScan Mini XT for Concrete Scanning

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