The KS700 is an advanced ground radar system designed specifically for cavity location purposes. It is equipped with a fixed antenna that provides shielding in all directions, ensuring accurate and reliable results. The system operates on a 12V/18Ah power supply and includes intuitive 2D and 3D software for data visualization.
The KS700 ground radar finds its application in various fields. In archaeology, it proves valuable for detecting buried metal objects. It is also highly useful for investigating contaminated sites and probing the ground during construction projects, particularly for locating cables, pipes, and shafts. Moreover, it plays a crucial role in assessing potential risks associated with mining damage and sinkholes. The radar's capabilities extend to the localization of old underground chambers, galleries, tunnels, and corridors.
One notable advantage of the KS700 is its utilization of the "FMCW radar" principle, eliminating the need to swap antennas for different depth ranges. With a range of 0-40 meters in solid rock formations, this ground radar system has demonstrated success in detecting WWII tunnels in limestone up to depths of 60 meters. It is important to note that these tunnels are typically approximately 5 meters wide and 7 meters high.
The KS700 offers expert-level performance and reliability in cavity location applications, making it an invaluable tool for professionals in fields such as archaeology, construction, and environmental assessment.