Crews run the chance of digging into an active line if they are unaware of the location of underground utilities. While burying gas or electric lines could seriously hurt locals, cutting through some utilities, like telecom, might be inconvenient for homeowners.
A cable racer system can assist with future technologies like utility mapping and can speed up the process of finding assets. Crews can dig more precisely to reach pipelines for maintenance, repairs, or replacement while lowering the risk of accidents by using tracer cable to successfully locate lines.
Tracer cable is frequently used in the utility sector, including for fiber optic cables, water, gas, and sewer pipes, as well as directional drilling uses, irrigation systems, and golf courses
The Global Cable tracer market accounted for $XX Billion in 2022 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2023 to 2030.
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Without the need for excavations, the Metravi CL-2160A Multi-frequency Cable Route Tracer and Locator acts as a Pipe and Cable Tracer for underground wires and pipelines.
It helps with: precise positioning and readings of buried depth Accurate underground pipe search results outside of the coating damage spot Find the position of the buried cable fault point.
Metal conduit, detection of inspection lines control and upkeep of pipelines Planning and building by the city government pipeline inspections and inspections for the electricity supply departments
Applications include locating subterranean metal pipelines, cables, and water pipelines as well as determining the size and location of any anti corrosion damage points on steel pipelines, underground water pipelines, metal pipelines, and cables. Pipelines that run beneath the earth are crucial to urban infrastructure.
Underground pipelines in cities are crucial for the operation of water supply, drainage, gas, heat, telecommunications, power, industrial pipelines, and other general categories.
In addition, without full and accurate underground pipeline data or mapping, city designers and operators become “blind,” which can even result in significant losses, during the processes of urban planning, design, building, and management.
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