How Do Cable Locators Work? – Key Principles of Buried Utility Detection | Sygma Solutions Blog

submitted 2 weeks ago, Thursday, Jul 30, 2020, 22:20:41 by sygmasolutionsltd in Home / Family
To protect against utility strikes, a cable locator is used for cable avoidance to map the presence and proximity of any buried utilities that could prove troublesome. Here are a few notes based on our years of experience at Sygma Solutions on how this process works.
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