Institute of Applied Physics  
220072 Minsk, Akademicheskaya str. 16, tel. +375 (17) 357-67-94

Portable Subsurface Radar










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Larisa Zezetko
The Institute of Applied Physics offers consumers a portable radar (radar) for visualizing the internal structure of building structures based on a manufactoring agreement and is looking for partners to conclude an distribution services agreement.
A compact frequency agile radar is designed to visualize the internal structure of building structures, detect and recognize various inhomogeneities in them (reinforcement, voids, etc.).
Detection of various defects, heterogeneities (voids, condition of reinforcement in concrete, cracks, assessment of their depth and approximate geometric dimensions), assessment of wall thickness with one-sided access is carried out.
Main features: single unit with self-powered supply; probing depth in concrete 30 -50 cm; duration of work from one charge 4 hours; performance 20 sq. m/hour
Scope: civil engineering

The radar uses a new ultra-wideband antenna system in the form of an antipodal dipole and an improved microwave path in the 1-4.3 GHz frequency range with a low level of spurious signals, which makes it possible to detect smaller foreign inclusions.
The radar is completely autonomous and does not require connection to an external power source and a computer during operation. Operational control of the structure of building structures is important for assessing their condition, detecting defects and predicting the residual life.
Advantages and Innovations
Reducing costs in the construction and operation of buildings and structures, preventing emergencies.
Stage of development
Already on the market
Funding source
State budged
IPR status
Exclusive rights
Secret know-how
Sector group
Sustainable Construction

Client information

R&D institution
Year established
NACE keywords
B.09.90 - Support activities for other mining and quarrying
F.43.99 - Other specialised construction activities n.e.c.
M.72.19 - Other research and experimental development on natural sciences and engineering
M.74.90 - Other professional, scientific and technical activities n.e.c.
Turnover (in EUR)
Already engaged in transnational cooperation
Additional comments
The most important scientific direction of the institute is traditionally the development of physical foundations, new methods and means of non-destructive quality control of industrial products and technical diagnostics. The results of research on the development of the scientific foundations of the theory of magnetism, electromagnetic, ultrasonic, radio wave, contact-dynamic, capillary and other methods of non-destructive testing brought fame to the institute. Scientists of the Institute have created dozens of new types of methods and means of control, protected by copyright certificates and patents from the leading countries of the world, introduced at many industrial enterprises of the republic and abroad. The Institute maintains active international relations, being one of the founders of the World Federation of Non-Destructive Testing Centers (the headquarters of the World Federation is located in the USA). Representatives of the Institute traditionally head the Belarusian Association of Non-Destructive Testing and Technical Diagnostics, which is part of the European Federation of Non-Destructive Testing (EFNDT).
The institute has two laboratories accredited by the State Standard of the Republic of Belarus: a testing laboratory for non-destructive testing and a calibration laboratory.
Languages spoken

Information about partnership

Type of partnership considered
Distribution services agreement
Manufacturing agreement
Type and role of partner sought
Consumers of portable radars (radar) for visualization of the internal structure of building structures based on a manufactoring agreement.
Partners to conclude an distribution services agreement.
Type and size of partner sought
R&D Institution
SME <= 10
SME 11-50
SME 51-250


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