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Laser Cavity & Void Scanning

Overview

Void Scanner laser surveying system for void mapping and stope mapping.

Void Scanner is the most reliable, cost-effective way to carry out the regular mapping of underground voids and stopes.

Renishaw is the world leader in high-speed laser measurement and surveying systems that are designed for use in extreme environments where speed, accuracy and safety matter.

They manufacture laser systems for marine, mining and mapping applications have been developed over many years of close work with those in the field, and have been widely adopted due to their reliability and ease of use.

Equipment for the solution

  • cals22

    C-ALS System

    C-ALS is a unique system that gives you new underground mapping capabilities. You can safely, quickly and reliably scan inaccessible underground

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  • Pearpoint P374

    Pearpoint P374 IS Pipe Camera

    Intrinsically safe pushrod system certified to EEX ia IIC T6 for Zone 0 Hazardous environments such as vessels...

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  • P571

    Pearpoint P571 EX

    Pearpoint’s flexicoiler ™ and modular pushrod systems are fully integrated, stand-alone units ideal for applications such as

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Recent projects

Inspectahire has worked on a diverse range of projects across the world. Learn more about what we do and our products!

Royal Mint Remote Cleaning & Inspection

The Inspectahire team deployed December 2021 to affect Water Jetting of a Retort using HP Retro-jetting techniques for the removal of Zinc Oxide and Brass deposits from the internal bore of a Retort...

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Wind turbine inspection

As people and businesses become more environmentally aware and want to reduce their carbon footprint, the switch to renewable energy grows apace. To meet this demand the number and scale of wind...

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Hydro power station support infrastructure inspection

Between the 1930’s and 1950’s there was a concerted effort throughout Scotland to develop hydro power stations to produce electricity to meet the increasing demands of consumers.

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Talk to one of our experts

Contact our technical team for all enquiries. Our teams are here to help and ready to provide friendly advice on all aspects of inspection projects.