Pipeline Camera Inspections


Static Cams - Hydrant Cams - Traversing Cams - Integrated Hydrophone

PIPELINE CAMERA INSPECTIONS

We have over 30 years’ experience of developing bespoke cameras for asset inspections. Principally derived for the water and sewerage industry, our cameras provide excellent lighting conditions and hi-resolution images that can be used for a range of applications.

 

Under Pressure Static Cameras

 

A bespoke CCTV camera is inserted using any type of drilling method. This will inspect the internal bore and provide hydraulic, water quality and lining assessments.

 

No installation of expensive fittings

No discoloration or water quality problems

High quality video

No insertion problems

High productivity

 

Under Pressure Traversing Cameras

 

A bespoke tethered camera is inserted under pressure. This will inspect the internal bore and provide hydraulic, water quality and lining assessments.

 

Standard lengths of 50m dependent on internal condition

Accurate in-pipe leak detection using hydrophone

 

Hydrant Cameras

A bespoke camera is inserted using an existing hydrant. This will inspect the internal bore and provide hydraulic bore and lining assessments. One of the primary uses for this inspection is to determine lining for rehabilitation without taking a pipe sample. First pioneered by us in 1974. The system is often used to determine the cause of pipe blockages and valving issues.

 

No dig technology

No installation of expensive fittings

Effective on full bore hydrants

 

ROV Cameras

Remote operate vehicle cameras units which have never been used on a dirty water application are hard to find. We provide sterilised and tested units which can provide inspections of potable dewatered pipelines.

 

Inserted via a dewatered and cut out section of pipeline

Long lengths of internal inspection. Very high quality survey

 

We also provide ROV units for the inspection of raw water pipes and sewers. These can be adapted to include sonar imaging and other in pipe type surveys, including EM/radar surveys to assess the locations of voids and anomalies surrounding a pipe wall.

 

Borehole Cameras

 

A range of cameras can be specified for deep well and borehole inspections.

 

The level of rotation, depth and lighting requirements are key consideration before commencing a project.

 

Systems can be specified to an IP68 rating, with an array of sensors and can provide multi-functional audio and recording facilities.