Line Locating Transmitters
Line Locating Sondes & Transmitters
Pipe locator transmitters for your industry:
- Home Inspectors
We offer the best underground locating equipment to assist you with accuracy and efficiency on job sites. All line locating tools are assembled in the USA. Flushable Transmitters and Line Locating Sondes come in different sizes and models to cover any underground locating needs.
The ATP-12 flushable transmitter transmits using the 223 KiloHertz frequency. Flushable transmitters are a type of sewer inspection equipment most commonly used to find blockages or collapses along sewer pipelines.
FD transmitters which use the industry standard 512 Hz frequency for underground locating in cast iron and nonmetallic lines.
It may be the smallest snakable transmitter in the 512Hz line, but this mini transmitter still has the power to get the job done.
This 8 KiloHertz frequency DuraSonde transmitter is used for underground locator transmitting in nonmetallic lines only.
LD-Sondes have a new, more durable design and a stronger signal. If you are looking for line locating equipment that works in ductile iron or steel pipes, this transmitter will do the job.
Radiodection has a wide range of accessories for Sonde products including connectors which allow you to connect your line locating equipment onto rods/drain pipes with various size fittings.
How To Use a Transmitter?
Find out how underground locating equipment and Sondes work and help to locate the right spot along a line.
Locating Sondes Overview
A Sonde is a self-contained, battery-operated line locating transmitter used for tracing the paths of pipes, ducts, sewers and drains and in the precise location of blockages or collapses. This small electronic locator can be fitted to a flexible rod for insertion or pushing through pipes. The smaller diameter Sondes can be used in conjunction with jetting machines and blown through the duct.
Locating and Tracing a Sonde
Insert the locating Sonde in the drain or duct access and locate it while it is still just in view at the drain or duct entrance. Hold the locator vertical directly over the Sonde, keeping the antenna in line with the Sonde.