General Questions

Yes, all probes are IP68. Many probes and accessories can withstand up to 5 bar/75 psi water pressure.

No, the probe records data autonomously, it does not need to be traced while travelling through the pipe or duct.

The smallest required duct diameter currently is 29 mm or 1.1 inch.

The recommended maximum waypoint spacing is 1500m/5000ft.

There is no maximum depth as it does not need any above ground tracing. If the pipe is waterlogged, consult the probe’s specifications for maximum water depth.

A trained crew can complete a 300m length pipe segment in accordance with the Reduct recommended operational procedure within one hour.

This includes setting up pulling winches and preparing pipe and probe, performing the mapping, analyzing the mapping data, and restoring the site back to original condition.

It is recommended that at least one field crew member has an affinity with operating a computer. A one-day system training is offered by Reduct to obtain a Reduct Certified Operator certificate.

Yes, the standard output formats include xlxs, csv/txt, AutoCad script, Google Earth kml, and xml.

Yes, the system can work in any duct or pipe material so long as the diameter exceeds 29mm and the minimum bend radius requirement is met.

Yes, the systems can be used right next to live high voltage power cables or other sources of electromagnetic noise.

Yes, Reduct offers special software options to enable single-entry measurements.

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