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    Any tips on locating 4" steel pipe under a slab that is reported to have multiple layers of rebar?

    I have the SR-20 and ST-305 to work with.
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    Re: Concrete slab with heavy rebar

    512 would be the best. I would not trace it becuase induction may lead you all over the place. Dog fence wire seems to work better than bare wire in case pipe. Hope that the wire mat or rod is not in contact with the pipe. Good luck

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      Re: Concrete slab with heavy rebar

      yakhammer
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        Re: Concrete slab with heavy rebar

        Originally posted by Bob D. View Post
        Any tips on locating 4" steel pipe under a slab that is reported to have multiple layers of rebar?

        I have the SR-20 and ST-305 to work with.
        The only way to trace this pipe is put a current through it from a Navitrack brick or other locator and drill a hole through the concrete to earth it with plenty of H2O and pray that the pipe dosen`t tough to much rebar.

        Tony

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