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Our CCTV survey equipment can survey drains ranging in diameter from 75mm to 7000mm and up to 500 metres in length. Supplied with our comprehensive Wincan version 8 reporting software. We have three types of cameras, our push rod cameras 150mm, crawler camera and our large Supervision Camera Unit

  • State of the art CCTV technology
  • High Definition Colour Cameras
  • Wincan V8 Analysis and Reporting Software

Popular Uses

Conditional & Connectivity CCTV Surveys, assess the internal condition of our drains and sewage systems unearthing any pipe collapses, rot damage or blockages. Inspecting the structural condition means that any problems can be dealt with straight away and any future problems can be avoided.

Pre-adoption CCTV Surveys, are carried out by water authorities, builders, architects, developers and local authorities when buying assets which involve drainage systems. It provides confirmation and security that the pipelines are in good condition, that no unknown environmental risks are being accepted and there are no hidden problems within the drainage systems.

Home Buyer/Seller CCTV Surveys, are now required by most mortgage lenders, alongside giving peace of mind to the prospective property buyer. This can be particularly relevant if the property is older, refurbishment has been undertaken, or if there have been construction activities in the surrounding area.

CCTV Supervision Crawler

Supervision Crawler

Supervision is another remote controlled CCTV camera system. It has 4-wheel drive, colour CCTV inspection and suitable for pipes between 50mm and 300m in diameter. This unit comes complete with built-in DVD, so all WinCan surveys are recorded and can be given to clients as a formal report regarding the condition and structure of drainage networks.

Supervision builds on Rovver´s legendary agility and portability, delivering a state-of-the-art control interface and a sophisticated network control architecture allowing longer runs, concurrent functionality and remote diagnostics. Like ROVVER™, it has modular design that reconfigures easily to answer any combination of pipe size, material and condition. Steerability and a short wheelbase help it navigate past debris, offsets, and inverts. Three chassis sizes allow inspection of pipelines 4” to 60” diameter. A fully automatic cable reel reduces the pulling burden on the crawler (extending inspection range) and prevents cable tangles during backward crawl.

  • BackEye camera and freewheel clutch facilitate reverse travel and cable management
  • Elevator on SVR250 centers view in pipes up to 1000mm (30”) diameter
  • Dual lasers help measure defects
  • Steerable 6-wheel drive maneuvers past offsets, inverts and debris, travelling up to 500m (1640’)
  • 6.9mm (0.024”) diameter. Kevlar-reinforced cable weighs just 0.045 kg/m (0.075 oz/ft), extending crawl range by reducing cable drag
  • Sealed aluminum/stainless design withstands submersion to 100m, or to 500m 1640’) using deep well components.
CCTV Rovver Crawler

Rovver Crawler

A crawler unit drain camera is used for longer and larger pipe sections, is operated by remote control and has advanced pan and tilt technology. The high performance CCTV drainage crawler camera system is supplied with 500m of Kevlar-reinforced cable and an auto self-leveling high definition (HD) colour camera. Suitable for pipe sizes from 150mm (6") up to 1000mm (30") in diameter.

ROVVER™'s (Remote Operated Video Vehicle enhanced receiver) modular design reconfigures easily to answer any combination of pipe size, material and condition. Steerability and a short wheelbase help it navigate past debris, offsets, and inverts. Three chassis sizes allow inspection of pipelines 4” to 60” diameter. A fully automatic cable reel reduces the pulling burden on the crawler (extending inspection range) and prevents cable tangles during backward crawl. Compact in size and drawing less current, ROVVER™ systems are highly portable and require minimal operational overhead.

  • Freewheel clutch (ROVVER™ 225) and optional BackEye camera facilitate reverse travel and cable management
  • Elevator (ROVVER™ 225) centers view in lines up to 1000mm (30”) diameter
  • Sensors monitor internal crawler (ROVVER™125/225) and head pressure
  • Inclinometer measures and graphs pipe grade
  • SONDE transmitter (512 Hz/33 kHz) facilitates location
  • Aluminum and stainless steel construction tolerates 10 m (328’) submersion
  • Lightweight design lowers with single person, no crane
  • Camera pans 2 × 135º, tilts 2 × 175º
  • Auto-focus color camera with available 40:1 zoom (10× optical, 4× digital) resolves fine detail
  • Shadowless LEDs illuminate distant objects

Mini-Cam Solo Pro Push Cameras

For pipes smaller than 150mm (6 inches) we use an advanced push rod camera system, which consists of a camera attached onto a rod, which can be manually navigated to identify problems. This provides the same level of reporting, but is able to access narrow, smaller pipes.

The new Solo Pro was designed and developed to provide a solution for one-man surveys. This versatile and expandable system features industry standard recording and image capture plus a host of innovative new features.

  • Choice of 40, 60 or 100 metre push rod
  • High Resolution TFT Screen
  • Alternative interface language options
  • JPEG still image capture - on live or recorded video
  • Internal memory, SD/SDHC, USB Memory stick storage
  • 3 x Zoom function – on live or recorded video
  • 16 page color text writer
  • Thumbnail galleries
  • Very light weight
  • Powered by internal Li-ion batteries giving 6 hours constant use
  • Charge CCU direct from vehicle (12Vdc) or mains voltage (100V – 240vac)
  • CCU is coiler mounted and is easily removed for desktop use
  • Camera Head: Standard Sonde 33khz, Optional multi frequency (33Khz, 512hz, 640hz)
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