Locate buried metallic and non-metallic utilities
The MALÅ Easy Locator series is the standard within utility locating using GPR. Providing the best data quality on the market, ease-of-use and unsurpassed precision.
MALÅ HDR real-time technology delivers ultra-fast data acquisition.
Built on experience – Designed for its application
The Locating industry demands high quality, ruggedized and precise GPR equipment. Field equipment needs to be easy to transport, quick to setup and use, and with necessary functionality to efficiently getting the job done. The MALÅ Easy Locator is the market leader in GPR utility locating and mapping. Its functional design and ease of use is appreciated by utility locators world-wide.
Precise positioning is key for effective buried assets management
Buried utilities are assets that needs proper geo-referencing. Both planar coordinates and depth are needed to protect these assets from costly mistakes and accidents. MALÅ Easy Locator WideRange has built-in DGPS (SBAS) and supports all major brands of stand-alone, high-precision, GPS solutions. Guideline Geo also provides Emlid RTK GPS for sub-centimetre accuracy if needed.
Visualize and present GPR data in 2D and 3D
MALÅ Easy Locator WideRange data is easily imported directly into MALÅ Vision. MALÅ Vision is the easiest to use software in the industry. It is the fastest way to go from data collection to delivering a report.
Import, process, interpret and report your data directly in the field using a mobile device. MALÅ Vision provides a very efficient work-flow and is cutting work hours down to a minimum.
For all GPR surveys conducted on rough surfaces
The MALÅ Easy Locator WideRange antenna and monitor can be mounted in the MALÅ Rough Terrain Cart (RTC), increasing the operational capabilities in more rugged terrain. The cart is available in two sizes, to accommodate the choice of antenna.
Our MALÅ range of geophysical solutions can be used for multiple geological applications. The GPR method is commonly used where digging, coring, or drilling is not allowed, or needs to be reduced to minimize cost. GPR can quickly add useful information when other sparsely sampled information is not detailed enough.