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THE MAGAZINE FOR THE DRAINAGE, WATER & WASTEWATER INDUSTRIES


Grabber available on hire to retrieve lost tools T


he Picote Original Grabber tool is now available to hire from trenchless


technology suppliers Source One Environmental (S1E).


“This tool can help contractors out of tricky situations such as retrieving a tool that has fallen into a pipeline or pulling out obstacles that are hard to dislodge in other ways,” commented S1E Sales Team Leader, Terry Ingleby.


“Now, contractors can hire the tool rather than buy it, if they just have a one-off problem that they need to sort out.”


The Original Grabber is designed for use in pipes from DN100 upwards and can handle objects


up to 35Kg (80lb) in weight. The tool is attached to a compressor, the air pressure from which gives it considerable power to hold onto the object. The Grabber jaws can be rotated to achieve a good initial grip on the item.


The Original Grabber cable is 10 metres in length. For items stuck further down a pipeline, a 10m extension cable can be added and this is also available for hire from S1E.


For larger or heavier items, Picote also produce a Large Grabber, which can handle objects up to


70Kgs or 150 lbs in weight and this is available to purchase from S1E.


Latest software for GPR data analysis IDS GeoRadar IQMaps processes, analyses and inspects data


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DS GeoRadar, a Hexagon company, announced today IQMaps, the latest Ground


Penetrating Radar (GPR) data analysis software that dramatically improves productivity and provides real time processing and visualisation.


IDS GeoRadar, a Hexagon company, announced IQMaps, the latest Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR) data analysis software that dramatically improves productivity and provides real time processing and visualisation.


IQMaps provides a step-by-step approach to guide users in performing quick data analysis with the help of a customisable processing and analysis tool, both for skilled and non-skilled users for utility mapping of large size projects,


FOLLOW US archaeological and environmental surveys.


“For our clients, their project managers and data processors, the new IQMaps software will enable them to transform vast amounts of complex data faster than ever before,” said Colin Tickle, Drilline managing director, a beta tester of the new software. “We know IDS GeoRadar has a high level of commitment to research and innovation, which is why we are confident that this new system and software is at the forefront of modern utility mapping and data processing technology.”


New frontier in GPR data analysis


IQMaps is available for the whole IDS GeoRadar Stream family, and it allows to easily


process, analyse and inspect data from dense array radar systems. The new software provides a smart target management for producing the output. With its high responsiveness, IQMaps offers a tailored user interface for specific application with 3D visualisation.


“IQMaps must be considered as a game changer,” said Davide Morandi, IDS GeoRadar Director GPR Product Manager, who followed the software evolution. “I’m delighted to present this software to our customers knowing that it has no close competitors in terms of data visualisation speed, usability and data analysis.”


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