Is the Proceq GS8000 a Good Choice?

An Intro to the Proceq GPR Subsurface GS8000.

The GS8000 is a geophysical GPR system for subsurface utilities, target detections and mapping. In most cases this GPR can clear areas of obstructions, detect plastic and metal utilities, as well as give details of depth and utilities sizes with integrated mapping software.



  • Easily accessible advanced settings.
  • Market leading software and hardware features.
  • Good sales and customer support. ๐Ÿค
  • Sturdy Quality and Water resistant.
  • Foldable and easy to maneuver.


  • Reliant on apple ipad to operate. ๏ฃฟย 
  • Because of the complex software configuration connection problems can happen time to time.
  • Bluetooth, wifi and internet connections can be a problem in areas with EMF present such as power โšก electricity power substation rooms etc. ๐Ÿงฒ
  • Capital Costs are comparatively average compared to other gpr units available on the market.
  • Wheels are not built for off road or difficult terrain.

What are the Main Features of the GS8000?

๐Ÿ“ถ Max Depth:10m
๐ŸŽฏ Minimum detectable target size: 1cm
๐Ÿ“ณ View modes:A-scan, Line Scan non-migrated, Line Scan migrated, Time Slice View, Map View, 3D, Augmented Reality.
๐Ÿ“ Max. scan length:Up to 15 Km
๐Ÿ“ Max. scan grid size:Up to 80 x 80 m
๐Ÿ”‹ Battery Life:3.5 hours

What price does the Proceq GS8000 cost? ๐Ÿ’ฒ

Brand New GS8000 is $22,000 AUD, Not including ๐Ÿงพ taxes, ๐Ÿ“ฆ shipping and handling and other importing fees for your country. ๐ŸŒŽ

Proceq GS8000 Manual (Quick Start Guide)

Proceq GS8000 Video Tutorial

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2 thoughts on “Is the Proceq GS8000 a Good Choice?

  1. Dear David.
    Would this GPR be your first choice for a buried services location company? What would it be if it wasn’t this?
    Thanks. Best regards

    1. Appreciate the comment ๐Ÿ˜‰
      This would be a great choice for most utility locators. It isnt the cheapest, Proceq software has more advanced features then the competition, however I have had connection issues onsite with proceq software aswell, Which can cause frustrating delays in scanning. The main competition is the GSSI GPR models, which I recommended if the capital expense makes sense. A similar GSSI model can cost about 20% more, however it is more reliable and a great build quality, has all features, however software takes some time and reading to figure out. There are basic GPR models like Opera Duo for about $15000. Overall GSSI is the most trusted brand on the market for utility locators.

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