Using Electromagnetic Induction locating equipment conductive utilities are located by inducing a radio frequency (RF) signal from a transmitter directly (direct connect) onto a conductive utility. The dedicated radio frequency signal is then picked up by a hand held radio frequency (RF) receiver to locate the depth & direction of the conductive utilities. These include: copper, metal, galvanized, and steel water lines, gas lines, petroleum lines & product lines. Electromagnetic Induction locating equipment can also be used to locate the depth & direction of energized utilities such as electrical lines, tele-communication lines, and fiber optic lines by inducing a radio frequency (RF) from the transmitter using a inductive clamp method.

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