We utilize state-of-the-art video inspection equipment to perform closed circuit video inspection of virtually all diameters of sewer, stormwater, culvert, potable water, and industrial pipeline systems.
We can find...
dips, offset joints, cracks, roots, blockages, and infiltration problems
Video inspection is invaluable for the identification and documentation of deficiencies such as dips, offset joints, cracks, roots, blockages, infiltration, and more. Accurate assessment of pipeline condition can help prevent faulty installations, predict potential failure points, and identify deficiencies in need of repair.
types of inspections
Suitable for inspecting pipelines as small as 1″ in diameter, our industrial push cameras are used to inspect pipeline otherwise unsuitable for crawler camera use. Our push cameras feature self-leveling camera heads, footage counters, and integrate seamlessly with our Video Inspection Trucks to provide digital recording and fully detailed reporting.
Typically deployed in pipelines that are 6″ in diameter and larger. Robotic crawler cameras are connected to specialized video inspection trucks by an umbilical cable and can traverse over 1,000 feet of pipeline in a single run. Once deployed, the operator controls the entire process from a control room on the truck.