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Radar helps Killin

Bridges : Products and services

Radar technology has been used to assess the structural integrity of Lochay Bridge at Killin in Scotland.

Non-destructive investigation specialist Aperio has used this technology on masonry structures including Brighton Promenade's arches and the London Underground. Rope access technicians from CAN completed the impulse radar survey in a single day.

Constructed in 1741, the single masonry arch structure failed a 40t load assessment leading to a need for greater information on its internal construction.

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