The works done out by Georadar Discover combine the experience of years of cenote exploration with works in Hydrogeology, Geophysics, Cartography, Topography and the most advanced Georadar that exists, resulting in unparalleled precision, combining with an environmental protection, since the use of the Georadar for Subsoil studies is not invasive because only one antenna is needed to be passed over the surface to Scanear.
Georadar Discover is made up of specialized technicians in the field, therefore when you contact us, you will always be in direct communication with Georadar’s study specialists and not with intermediaries who do not know the technical part of the studies.
The Tulum Trees.
Made in February 2014.
Area of the property 2.5 Hectares.
The study is based on the search for cavities, fractures or possible indications of non-stone materials within the site. The purpose of the georadar study is to be used as a complement to the study of soil mechanics for the construction of a villa and a swimming pool.
Rancho Los Choacpoles Riviera Maya.
Completed in May 2014.
Tulum and Riviera Maya area.
This ranch is located next to the Federal Highway in the Riviera Maya. Drinking water is scarce in many places in Mexico, this is not the case of the Yucatan Peninsula, except for the area near the Caribbean Sea, since most of the aquifer in this area is very close to the salt water of the sea that penetrates through the pores of the stone, as well as by the Underground Rivers that reach the sea as Cenotes and / or Ojos de Agua.
In this Study we locate drinking water sources with the georadar, very important in this area of Tulum/Riviera Maya.
Works carried out in Homun Yucatan, Cenote Santa Rosa.
Completed in August 2015.
Search for Cavities on an area of 10000 square meters.
Soil composition: Limestone of different density and permeability. The water table is between 9 and 11 meters deep varying with the relief of the place. Cavity radargrams are seen in the Radargrams at different depths, all near the surface.
Search for Cenote Yucatan; Mexico.
Search for Tulum Land Cavities.
Performed in February 2015.
Rancho San Antonio in Riviera Maya.
Made in January 2016.
The georadar is scanned at a distance of 900 linear meters.
The soil is of Limestone, the groundwater mantle is located in the lower altitude part at 4.5 meters and in the highest altitude part at 6.5 meters.
During the study with georadar and they find cavities and / or air chambers inside the limestone that are geolocated for further studies.
Satellite map is attached:
Sketches of air cavities found in the limestone are appended.
Manuk Tulum Ranch.
Completed in April 2016.
Tulum/ Manuel Antonio Ay
Study of georadar in Tulum area where the aquifer is approximately 18 meters deep.
A cave is located on Karstico terrain at 11 meters deep that reaches up to 20 meters deep.
100MH antenna is used for this study by the depth of the aquifer in this area of Tulum.
OHL Lagunas Maya Coba, Playa del Carmen, Mexico.
Completed in July 2016.
Georadar study in Riviera Maya.
38000 square meters of surface where the georadar was used for geophysical study.
Inspection and verification videos of georadar readings in the Riviera Maya, Tulum and the State of Yucátan, Mexico.
Video A verifies the radargram readings of the subsoil formed by limestone through a small entrance discovered with the georadar in Akumal, Mexico.
Video B verifies the reading of a Radargram that detected an air vault in Karstica soil in the Riviera Maya, Mexico.
Video C verifies underwater cave tunnels detected by the georadar in Tulum, Mexico, where the world’s longest underground rivers are located.