Detectable rodders accurately locate buried cable


Clover, S.C.—Jameson’s Duct Hunter detectable rodders accurately locate systems such as buried cable, sewer lines and gas pipes without digging. Utilizing the rugged construction of Buddy Rodders, the Duct Hunters have a copper wire in the rod to trace or map underground conduit or pipe. Connecting a signal transmitter to the Duct Hunter energizes the unit so that the rod’s signal radiates through the soil.

A hand-held signal receiver is then used to detect the frequency so the entire buried utility can be traced. The ability to locate without digging saves time and prevents damage to existing utilities.

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