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PostPosted: Thu Aug 10, 2017 3:17 pm 
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Hello, My name is Chris. Recently, I conducted grid scanning at an old petro-station in North Carolina, USA. The objective was to locate the USTs and associated fuel piping. My LMX200 worked quite well to complete the task. However, while processing/interpreting the data in the field, I was curious why my 3D-Slice imagery displayed the USTs as an outline - see attached mapview. Is that because the tank was empty, or filled with air? Also note, the construction of the UST was suspected to be metal encased in a plastic shell.
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File comment: Note outline of UST in south portion of mapview.
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