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Overhead Clearances

According to OSHA, nearly 30% of all crane-related accidents result in fatalities due to electric shock or fire from the boom and crane’s contact with energized power lines. Through the use of 3D laser scanning, measuring overhead obstructions is quick, safe, and accurate. Our technicians can calculate the overhead clearance from the ground and do not have to worry about coming into contact with energized power lines. Furthermore, laser technology is more accurate than traditional methods because it looks at thousands of points along the clearance plane, not just a few sample points.

Overhead Line Clearance Overhead Line Clearance
Overhead Line Clearance Point Cloud of Complex Overhead Conveyor
   
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Using laser scanning for overhead
conveyor clearance measurements

Photo showing overhead obstructions

3d laser scanning Leica C-10 scanner

Safely measuring overhead clearances
from the ground using 3d laser scanning

Measuring hard-to-reach overhead conveyor
using Leica C-10 scanner

laser scan transmission lines P-20 laser scanner

Determining minimum overhead clearance of
angled flue using P-20 scanner

Scanning transmission lines from the ground
and a safe distance from electrical hazards

 

   
   
   

 

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*DISCLAIMER: 3D Laser scanning is a measurement tool to assist in capturing as-built conditions of existing spaces and should be used in conjunction with other sound industry practices for verifying these conditions, including but not limited to: site visits, manual field measurements and verifications of scan data, to ensure its accuracy prior to design and engineering. Because this data can be used for various applications and disciplines outside the scope of the original field scanning and beyond our control, we cannot guarantee that the data is accurate for these uses.
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