Pacific Coast Locators Inc. is a privately owned company. We serve clients primarily in the utility, oil and gas industries, and environmental consulting field. Our underground utility locating services are retained by our customers to mark the location of underground facilities. Pacific Coast Locators Inc. makes safety a top priority. Our philosophy is to conduct work in a manner that promotes the safety and well being of our technicians, and the public. Every technician has an API WorkSafe Certification, UULLA Certification, has a Loss Prevention System Training Certification, Defensive Driving Course Certification and has read more…
To locate utility lines, the RD4000 and RD8000 pipe and cable locators are designed for rapid and precise locating. Location is accomplished by the induction of radio frequencies on the target line – power, gas, water and other lines buried in the ground.
Vacmaster is the most efficient system for air and water excavation. This state-of-the-art tool allows digging in all soils, cobble, dirt and/or clay. The Vacmaster system can change from air to water excavation with just a flip of a switch providing easy and affordable pot-holing.
Recent Blog Posts
- LOOK UP AT ELECTRICAL LINES BEFORE LOOKING BELOW
Well, it’s been another busy month for Pacific Coast Locators. I finally have a chance to write about the importance of paying attention to above-ground power lines at every job site. I started thinking about this topic months ago after … Continue reading
- MORE ABOUT OUR NEW EQUIPMENT
Pacific Coast Locators is working on getting the word out to our clients about our wonderful new locating equipment. We recently used our PCM Plus Electro-Magnetic Transmitter and Receiver on a job in Morro Bay with much success! After some … Continue reading
- NEW LOCATING EQUIPMENT!
Pacific Coast Locators is adding a powerful new piece of equipment to our locating arsenal! We have just purchased the new PCM Plus Pipeline Current Mapper Transmitter and Receiver by Radiodetection. The most exciting feature of this new equipment is … Continue reading