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Quote request

Are you interested in a Geoscanners product? Just follow the simple steps below to request a quote, or send an e-mail to with your request. Our Sales Department will contact you as soon as possible with more information.

If you aren't sure what GPR system (or equipment) is the most suitable for your survey, then we will be happy to help you pick the perfect system configuration for you. By filling in the information that is requested in the fields below, our engineers will find the best solution for your requirements.

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*First Name:

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Company Name:


Complete GPR system:
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GPR Antennas:

Primary application/industry area:


Telephone Number:


Estimated target size:

Estimated penetration depth:

GPR Control Unit:
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GPR Software:


Support and Warranty

Geoscanners products go through many quality tests before they are approved, providing you with the best possible equipment. Because we trust in our products, we offer you the longest warranty available on the market!

By purchasing a complete Geoscanners system you also receive a lifetime support for software and 3 years support for your hardware (accessories and cables are not included).

Are you in a hurry?

If you haven't received an answer within 24 hours, please fill up the PDF form below and e-mail it to: . Please note that it takes longer to receive an answer to requests sent during weekends(Saturday and Sunday) and holidays.

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Telephone Number: +46 921 530 20

Selecting an antenna

In general lower frequency antennas can penetrate deeper, but have lower resolution and the higher frequency antennas have higher resolution with shallower penetration.

When it comes to the size of the targets there is a rule of thumb saying that one should not try to locate a target at depths greater than 10 times it size - so for 1" targets one would have the depth limitation of only 10", for a 4" target it would be 40" etc.